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Cleopatra lived in several places during her life, including Alexandria, Syria and Rome. Her time in Syria was not by her choice due to being exiled from Alexandria because of her determination to rule and the people's d... 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 VII's main accomplishment in her lifetime was rising to power, returning to power, and seducing two of Rome's greatest leaders in order to keep her kingdom free from Roman control. Her short life is the subject... More »

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Cleopatra VII's main accomplishment in her lifetime was rising to power, returning to power, and seducing two of Rome's greatest leaders in order to keep her kingdom free from Roman control. Her short life is the subject... 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 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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According to German historian Christoph Schaefer, Cleopatra killed herself by drinking a mixture of poisons. This challenges the old and common belief that the Queen of the Nile died of a snake bite. More »

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