Why did Cleopatra choose to kill herself by a snake?

She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.

She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.

She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.

She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.

She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.

She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.

She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.

She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.

She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.
She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.
She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.
She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.
She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.
She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.
She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.
She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.
She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.
She didn't. That story of her dying by snakebite is a myth, begun by Octavian himself. It's generally believed that she killed herself by some type of quick acting poison and not by the lingering, painful death of a snakebite.