Who are some of the famous women in Ancient Rome Other than Cleopatra?
Im not sure of any famous women in Rome, but I do know Cleopatra is GREEK not Roman
Yes, Cleopatra was one of the wealthiest women in the ancient world.
It depends on which Cleopatra you are talking about. Cleopatra VII was very famous, known for her taste in clothing. She was the very last pharaoh of Egypt. In her line of ancestry, many other women were named Cleopatra, hence her being VII, including her eldest sister.
Women were aloud to be pharhaos in ancient Egypt because Nefertiti and Cleopatra both were.
The two women that ruled Egypt is cleopatra and hatsshepsut
No they are not. The most famous Cleopatra was Queen Cleopatra VII because she was the last pharaoh to rule Egypt. Cleopatra IV was probably one of Cleopatra VII's relatives as lots of the women in her family had the name Cleopatra.
Cleopatra and Hatshepsut are the two female leaders of Ancient Egypt.
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to become famous she was the 1st women ruler with out an Egyptian king. she had a (2) men but he was important to rome.
No. Cleopatra was no more promiscuous than other women of her time. You have to remember that the ancients had different sexul values than those of today. No. Cleopatra was no more promiscuous than other women of her time. You have to remember that the ancients had different sexul values than those of today. No. Cleopatra was no more promiscuous than other women of her time. You have to remember that the ancients had different… Read More
There were many famous women throughout world history for all kinds of the things. The most important women historically were Joan D'Arc and Cleopatra to name a few.
Cleopatra was an ancient queen and women in her position did not have "best friends". She made friends with Caesar and Antony for political reaons and the other two who could be considered friends were Herod's wife and mother-in-lw, Mariamne and Alexandria. they conspired with Cleopatra against Herod.
Only in the fact that she wore it, just as all ancient women of status did. I believe that there is/was a present day make up line called Cleopatra or had Cleopatra in it's name, but this was a modern marketing tactic, having nothing to do with the actual Cleopatra.
Cleopatra's maiden name was Cleopatra. Ancient women did not change their names upon marriage.
There are a number of ancient Egyptian women of note named Cleopatra. However, none of them are saints.
Marie Curie did pioneering research and experiments into radioactivity. Cleopatra was a famous figure in Egypt who had relationships with influential men such as Julius Caesar.
How many women named Cleopatra served as rulers of ancient Egypt before the most famous one--the one linked romantically to Julius Caesar and Marc Antony?
The most famous or infamous Cleopatra was Cleopatra VII. So there were six Cleopatras before her time. However all of them did not actually rule alone, they were co-rulers. One, Cleopatra III ruled as regent for her two sons. The most famous or infamous Cleopatra was Cleopatra VII. So there were six Cleopatras before her time. However all of them did not actually rule alone, they were co-rulers. One, Cleopatra III ruled as regent for… Read More
No, they were two different women. Nefertiti lived around 1300 years before Cleopatra and they were not related to each other.
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Only one Cleopatra ruled Egypt and that was Cleopatra VII. There were six other women named Cleopatra before her, but they were wives/daughters of pharaohs and did not rule.
Cleopatra did not fight in any battles. Remember, she was a woman and women did not go into combat in the ancient world, except in stories and myths. However Cleopatra was at Actium, but her role there was that of an observer or a nuisance, depending on perception.
Cleopatra was the name of several women of the Ptolemaic dynasty of ancient Egypt. The Cleopatra that we are discussing here is Cleopatra VII, who was the last queen (pharaoh) of her dynasty. Over the years she has become an icon of beauty, feminine perfection, intellectual brilliance and any other super hype that comes to mind. In reality she was an unpopular leader of a crumbling dynasty, trying desperately to keep her country from being… Read More
All ancient women wore jewels. Even the poorest managed to have some sort of adornment, even if it were only a jeweled hairpin. Jewelry was considered a status symbol for women so Cleopatra, being a queen, would have and wear the biggest and best of all the jewels in her part of the world.
How did the rights of women in egypt compare to the rights of women in other parts of the ancient world?
Men and women in Ancient Egypt were considered equal in the eyes of the law. Women had more rights in Ancient Egypt (5000 years ago) than they do in Egypt had a lot more freedom than those in most other ancient civilizations.
Kamilia Abdelfattah, Hypatia of Alexandria, Lotfia El Nadi, Doria Shafik and Cleopatra VII are famous Egyptian women. Kamal Hassan Ali, Ptolemy, Euclid and Diophantus of Alexandria are famous Egyptian men.
No, like women in other ancient civilizations, their main purpose was to take care of children.
Egyptian queens were usually the wives of Egyptian kings. Some women ruled on their own. The most famous of them are Hatshepsut, Nefertiti and Cleopatra VII.
Rhea Silvia. Vestal Virgin, wife of the god Mars. Mother of Romulus and Remus: the founders of Rome. Some other famous Roman women were Cornelia the mother of the Grachus brothers, The two Agrippinas, Livia Drusilla, the two Julias, Fulvia and Octavia.
How did the lives of women in ancient Egypt differ from the lives of women in other ancient societies?
Egyptain women had more rights then women of other society's. They were able to become priestesses,own and inherit land,creat wills, and divorse there husbands.
She was one ot the only two women in ancient Egypt to become Pharaohs. She was of Greek extraction and ruled for close to 20 years before her death by suicide.
Cleopatra married twice, both times to her brothers, because she needed a co-ruler. (It was the custom for brother and sister to be married in order to keep the dynasty Greek.) Although women could and did rule in ancient Egypt, they needed a male co-ruler. So when Her first brother/husband died, Cleopatra married her remaining brother.
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Women didn't attend school in the times of Cleopatra.
There are many famous women throughout history, some of the most widely know are Cleopatra, Joan of Arc, Marie Antoinette, Queen Elizabeth I and II and some of the more modern who include actoresses such as Cameron Diaz, Angelina Jolie etc and even writers such as J.K Rowling
she committed suicide herself. But that was later. Antony was never laid at Cleopatra's feet. If you read the ancient writers they tell you that Cleopatra was one of the women who helped haul Antony up and into the tomb. Antony was more than likely put on a couch or a bed.
One is old the other is not as old. :)
yes it was Cleopatra and Servillia and a list of many other women which would be too long to print here.
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Isis was the ancient Egyptian goddess of women, mothers, children, magic, medicine, and the Ritual of Life.
Egyptan women had more rights than women in most other ancient societes.
Because she was a women
She made impacted by being the only female ruler in a time of male rulers. She was an influence to women to show that women could have power and be respected.
No, the two women were not related at all. Hatshepsut lived roughly 1,400 years before Cleopatra. Hatshepsut was Egyptian, Cleopatra was Greek.
Cleopatra was a very common Macedonian name, so many women were named Cleopatra.
Nefetari was a wife of Ramses the Great. She had four children and is considered one of the most famous women in ancient times.
cleopatra encoureged people and showed the world that women have power and have to be respected
There were seven Egyptian queens (and probably more in Macedonia) named Cleopatra because Cleopatra was one of the very common names for Macedonian women.
No. Any type of politics was strictly a man's job. However that is not to say that there were not strong willed women who helped create emperors or controlled them. Answer Perhaps not in Rome, but during the time of Caesar, the emperor of Rome, Cleopatra was effectively the ruler of Egypt.
the main job for women was, being a household wife and mother!!! Other than that there was farming.