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Transcript of Cleopatra

Cle patra
Cleopatra had to flee the country because her and her brother didn't want to share the throne so they battled it out, and her brother won causing her to flee.
Cleopatra and Julius Caesar
Cleopatra returned to Egypt and formed a relationship with Julius Caesar because it was an attempt to regain power and keep her brother Ptolemy XIII out of power
CLeopatra's first family
Cleopatra and Julius Caesar had a child together (Caesarian)
Caesar's assassination
Caesar was assassinated by members of the Roman government
Cleopatra and Marc Antony
Cleopatra sailed to Marc Antony to meet with him after he became the new leader of Rome, he fell in love with her instantly.
Roman Rage
The Roman government was very angry because Marc Antony crowned his 3 children and Cleopatra rulers of different Roman territories.
Marc Antony's Death
Marc Antony committed suicide because he lost the battle against the Romans.
Rest in Paradise, CLeopatra
Cleopatra committed suicide by being bitten by an asp snake
30 B.C.E
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69 B.C.E
Happy Birthday to Cleopatra!
Cleopatra was born in October
51 B.C.E
Pharaoh cleopatra
After her father's death, Cleopatra and her brother Ptolemy XIII was left in control of Egypt because their father had died.
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The FLee
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