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Cleopatra was the queen of Egypt and the last of the dynasty of Macedonian rulers, but she is best known for her romantic relationships and military alliances with Roman leaders Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. Cleopatra n... More »

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Cleopatra is an iconic figure of ancient Egypt for a variety of reasons, according to BBC History. She was the last queen of ancient Egypt, formed alliances with Roman leaders and took her own life in a final act of defi... More »

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Cleopatra is famous due to her relationships with high-ranking Romans and her status as the last queen of ancient Egypt. She was known for her beauty, intelligence and seduction skills. Cleopatra is also remembered for h... More »

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Cleopatra influenced the world first by persuading Julius Caesar to help her defeat her husband and brother, Pharaoh Ptolemy XIII, so she could become sole supreme ruler over all of Egypt, and later by exacerbating the r... More »

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Cleopatra was the final ruler of the ancient Ptolemaic dynasty of the Egyptian empire and carried on affairs with both Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, both of which helped consolidate her power while causing a succession ... More »

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Cleopatra was important as a powerful female ruler in Egypt, the last of Ptolemy XII's Macedonian dynasty. She ruled Egypt as the dominant co-ruler for nearly 30 years and made powerful alliances with Rome through Julius... More »

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Cleopatra ruled the country of Egypt with her beauty as well as her mysteriously charming personality, and had affairs with Julius Caesar and Marc Anthony. Cleopatra was the queen of Egypt starting in 52 B.C., and was on... More »

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