Cleopatra lived briefly in Rome. Let's just say that Cleopatra visited Rome, actually with her brother/husband. There is no historical record of her ever having a child with her when she visited Rome. Not one ancient writer mentions it and… Full Answer
Marc Antony lost influence in Rome by his antics with Cleopatra and his refusal to return to Rome to remedy his situation. Marc Antony lost influence in Rome by his antics with Cleopatra and his refusal to return to Rome… Full Answer
Cleopatra's impact on Egypt was negative. She raised the taxes in order to pay off her father's debt. She allowed the country's infrastructure to crumble and she eventually lost the entire country to Rome.
Cleopatra has absolutely no impact on the world today. She is merely an ancient historical figure. If she had been successful in her ambition to rule Rome, then she would have had an impact because our western culture would have… Full Answer
Never. Marc Antony was the Roman ruler in the east. Cleopatra was a mere client queen of Rome. Egypt was an independent kingdom, not ruled by Rome at the time of Cleopatra. Egypt was not ruled by Rome until 30… Full Answer
Cleopatra was distrusted by the Romans. Nefertiti lived about two thousand years before Rome existed. Cleopatra was distrusted by the Romans. Nefertiti lived about two thousand years before Rome existed. Cleopatra was distrusted by the Romans. Nefertiti lived about two… Full Answer
No, in Rome Cleopatra was infamous. Her seduction of Marc Antony when he had a Roman wife, did not make her any friends in Rome. Octavian played this up and a propaganda war began between Octavian and Antony with Cleopatra… Full Answer
Cleopatra committed suicide to save herself the humiliation of being displayed as a trophy in Octavian's triumph back in Rome. Cleopatra committed suicide to save herself the humiliation of being displayed as a trophy in Octavian's triumph back in Rome… Full Answer
Julius Caesar was the top man in Rome when he met Cleopatra. Cleopatra was feuding with her brother for control of Egypt at the time and Cleopatra was in exile. In Cleopatra's father's will the kingdom was to be shared… Full Answer
Cleopatra herself had no impact on Egyptian civilization. However her death did. By ending her life, Cleopatra ended Egypt's ancient civilization and the country evolved into a blend of Egyptian and Roman culture.
Cleopatra could in no way hurt Rome. She was a minor queen of a weak country with no military to speak of. However she actually helped Rome. By her defeat she enabled the civil wars to end and the Pax… Full Answer
Well, the impact Cleopatra had on modern society is the fact that Elizabeth Taylor;the most beautiful woman in the world at that time wore more outfits than any actress in any movie. The death scene follows theory that she commited… Full Answer
Cleopatra came to Rome in 46 BC in order to get her status as ally of Rome established by the senate. We also know that she was in Rome again in 44 BC. I say again because the new thinking… Full Answer
Cleopatra only impacts us today in a commercial sense. Books are written about her or her family, there's a Cleopatra cigarette, Cleopatra perfumes, I think a Cleopatra clothing or costume line. Anything feminine or sexy can have a Cleopatra name… Full Answer