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Comparing and Contrasting Cleopatra & Eleanor Roosevelt

By: Amal, Shreya, Sneha, and Tiann
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Similarities and Differences By: Amal, Shreya, Sneha, and Tiann Cleopatra's Family Eleanor Roosevelt Cleopatra VII Eleanor Roosevelt's Life Eleanor As First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt's
Family Cleopatra as Queen As a child, Eleanor dis-liked animals, and hated
horses. But when she grew up, she learned to
love horses, and had her own. - She started speaking and working for the "League of Women Voters." Eleanor's mother was Anna Roosevelt, and her father was Elliot Roosevelt. Eleanor and her Family Eleanor had two brothers. Elliot Roosevelt & Gracie Hall Roosevelt. Eleanor's mother died of diphtheria on December 7, 1892. When Eleanor was 8. Eleanor's father died of alcoholism on August 14, 1894. When Eleanor was 10. Eleanor's Relationship with her Mother Eleanor's mother usually called her
"Granny" as a child because she was old fashioned looking, and was gloomy most of the time in her childhood. She was not considered pretty, unlike her mother. Eleanor later said "I was always disgracing my mother." As an awkward and serious child, Eleanor puzzled her mother. Eleanor's Relationship with her Father Eleanor was very close to her father even though he drank lots of alcohol. When Eleanor was 10 she and her
brothers were taken to live with
her maternal grandmother in
New York. Her father made her feel loved while her mother made her feel not wanted. He entered an institution for alcoholics when Eleanor was just a child. Her father's brother, Theodore
Roosevelt, was a president of the
U.S.A. Franklin Delano Roosevelt Eleanor married her 5th cousin in March, 1905. Eleanor claimed that she was attracted to Franklin by his charming behavior. Franklin lost complete use of his legs, when he contracted polio and Eleanor was the one to nurse him back to health. - She became Franklin's "legs and ears" to earn her reputation. - She started inspecting hospitals, homes and prisons. When Franklin became president in 1903, Eleanor became the best-known first lady in American History. As this time came, she stated "the end of any personal life of my own." "Let Me Warn You" speech By: Franklin D. Roosevelt - During World War 1, she became working for The Red Cross. Eleanor's father called her a "miracle from heaven." Eleanor's Kindness As first lady, Eleanor cared for many people and worked for world peace. Near the end of her life, she was voted America's
"Most Admired Woman." - She looked forward to Thanksgiving to serve dinner to the homeless boys. - She once went with her Uncle Vallie to "Hells Kitchen" to sing for homeless men at Bowery Mission. A Speech for the Needy By: Eleanor Roosevelt Eleanor woke up every morning at 7:00 AM to
feed and ride her horse. Eleanor's Hobbies She enjoyed horseback riding and jumping at her grandmothers house in Livoli. Eleanor Roosevelt was born into a rich family from New York on October 11, 1884. As a child, Eleanor spent all her time with her nanny, and stayed close to her. Eleanor's nanny only spoke to her in French. Eleanor did not just become first lady but also became an international diplomat, a world diplomat, a writer, an author, a philanthropist, and a champion of social causes. Eleanor Roosevelt with her horse Eleanor Roosevelt riding her horse Eleanor Fun Facts Eleanor's grandmother sent her to a girls boarding school called Allenswood, in England, when she was a child. Franklin's mother was a "control freak" when it came to her daughter in law. Eleanor wasn't very happy when her husband won the campaign since she didn't want to be living in the White House. Eleanor had a fear of oceans and heights. For when she was 2 years old, she went sailing on a ship called the S.S. Britannic and was dropped from the deck to the steamer. Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, and their kids. BEFORE... AND AFTER... Franklin's death in 1945 made Eleanor very sad. v Bibliography Julius Caesar Mark Antony Cleopatra's Brothers and Father In 49 BC, Ptolemy XIII's guardians drove Cleopatra away from the throne to gain power. In 41 B.C., Mark Antony invited Cleopatra to Tarsus in Asia Minor (now part of Turkey). Global Awareness Website. Eleanor Roosevelt encyclopedia of World Biography. go.galegroup.com Biography. Eleanor Roosevelt. American Experience.

Laura B. Tyle. Global Awareness Project Resources. UXL Encyclopedia of World Biography. Roosevelt, Eleanor. Go.galegroup.com. Made in 2003

Roosevelt Facts & Figures, Franklin D. Roosevelt. Presidential Library and Museum

Winget, Mary. Eleanor Roosevelt. Made in 2003. Published in Minneapolis. Published by Lerner Publication Company.

Cooney, Barbara. Eleanor. New York. Penguin Group. Published in 1996. Cleopatra's Life The picture above is Cleopatra's crown. It has a snake on the top. Youtube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xy__qnbqGZs
Caesar took Cleopatra back to Rome with him. She left back for Egypt when Caesar was assassinated because he had too much power. Statue of
Julius Caesar Cleopatra Cleopatra's older sisters envied her because she was smart and brave for a girl her age. These are The image below is Julius Caesar, one of Cleopatra's husbands By: National Geographic Antony was one of the rulers of Rome, along with Gaius Octavian (later called Augustus) and Marcus Aemilius Lepidus. two of Cleopatra's sisters. Cleopatra never forgot her sisters' jealousy and learned to look after herself. Cleopatra soon discovered one of her sisters' plans to have her food poisoned. Luckily, she didn't eat the poisoned food because she found out just in time. After her sister's failed attempt to poison her, Cleopatra ordered one of her servants to taste her food to check if it was poisoned. Cleopatra arrived in Tarsus in a magnificent, big barge. When she and Marc Antony met each other, they fell in love. In 32 B.C., Octavian went to war against Antony and Cleopatra. In 31 B.C., forces of Antony and Cleopatra lost the Battle of Actium off the west coast of Greece. The couple returned to Alexandria. In 49 BC, when Ptolemy XIII's guardians drove Cleopatra from the throne to achieve power, Cleopatra fled to Rome hoping that the Romans would help. Julius Caesar had arrived in Egypt to win the Roman throne by chasing his enemy Pompey. He stayed in the castle with Ptolemy XIII. Cleopatra was determined to know about any deals that were made in her absence. Cleopatra got a servant to send a carpet to Caesar as a gift and rolled herself up in the carpet. They fell in love when they saw each other. Ptolemy XIII fled and drowned in the Nile River soon after. In 47 BC, Cleopatra gave birth to a boy, Ptolemy Caesar, also known as Caesarian, which means "little Caesar". The image below is Marc Antony,
one of Cleopatra's husbands. Some time later, after Octavian reached Cleopatra, he spread a report that she had committed suicide. Antony heard the report and stabbed himself out of grief. Before he died, Antony learned that Cleopatra was alive. His followers carried him to her, and he died in her arms. Images of Cleopatra's father and brothers Cleopatra had two husbands--Julius Caesar and Marc Antony. They were both great rulers of Rome. Cleopatra was Greek, and was part of the Ptomely Dynasty. Her full name was Cleopatra VII, because she was the seventh girl in her family to be named Cleopatra. She also married a couple of her brothers (unwillingly), but only because she couldn't rule Egypt alone. This is a picture of what Cleopatra might have looked like She was known for her beauty, but scholars disagree on what she looked like. About Cleopatra However, they do agree that she was intelligent, witty, smart, and charming. This is probably the reason her father picked her as the next ruler of Egypt.Cleopatra was also a very ambitious woman. As a young child she often asked questions to her tutor and if her tutor couldn't answer her, she would go to the library and look for the answer in books. Cleopatra VII was one of Egypt's greatest pharaohs, and one of the most well known woman leaders. In 52 BC, Cleopatra became a co-ruler with her father, Ptolemy XII. When her father died in 51 BC, 18-year-old Cleopatra became queen, and married Ptolemy XIII, her 10-year-old brother. (They always married their own siblings so that only people born into the royal family could rule.) Marc Antony She has a fascinating and interesting life story. No one knows for sure who Cleopatra's mother is, but she was probably her dad's sister (Cleopatra V Tryphaena) because in her family, they often married their own brothers and sisters. Her father's name was Ptolemy XII. Cleopatra Egyptian Hieroglyphics Battle of Actium Similarities and Differences VENN DIAGRAM Image of Caesarian Cartoon of Antony and Cleopatra
holding hands Cleopatra wanted her son Caesarian to rule Rome. Octavian, one of Romes co-rulers, thought that Cleopatra was greedy and ambitious. Octavian thought that Cleopatra had turned Antony into a helpless puppet and a few years after Cleopatra and Antony went to Alexandria, he came after them. Now many people see Cleopatra the way Octavian saw her, but she was still an amazing leader. Cleopatra and Octavian Octavian After Antony's death, Cleopatra was captured by Octavian. She tried to make peace with him but failed. Cleopatra felt that her only choice was to kill herself. In despair she placed an asp (a very poisonous snake) on her arm. It bit her and she died. The Romans murdered Caesarian, thinking he would be the heir to the roman throne. Cleopatra and Caesarian's deaths ended the dynasty of Ptolemies. Egypt now belonged to Rome. Cleopatra would rather die than let that happen. Cleopatra's Death An asp, like the one that bit Cleopatra She believed that he would humiliate her in front of Rome. She was the last Pharaoh of Egypt. The End of the Ptomelic Dynasty Stone Carving of
Cleopatra VII Cleopatra's Crown Bibliography The image below shows Cleopatra stepping out of the rug she sent to Caesar Trouble
in the Family If the servant was still alive and healthy after eating, she knew that the food was safe to eat. Driven Out Cleopatra's 10-year-old brother wasn't all that smart, but his advisers were. A little while after she became queen, Cleopatra was driven out by Ptolemy XIII's advisers and forced to flee the throne. It would stay that way until Julius Caesar came to Egypt, fell in love with Cleopatra, and helped her become pharaoh again. His advisers were always plotting to get her off the throne, so Ptolemy XIII could be the only ruler of Egypt. A cartoon of Cleopatra and one of her husbands Cleopatra had two brothers named Ptolemy--Ptolemy XIII and Ptolemy XIV. She married Ptolemy XIII, and after he died, she married Ptolemy XIV. After Caesar beat Ptolemy XIII's forces at the Battle of the Nile, he restored Cleopatra to the throne. They had three children together, including the twins Cleopatra Selene and Alexander Helios. He wanted to ask her some questions about her loyalty to Caesar. Cleopatra arriving in Tarsus He declared war against Marc Antony and Cleopatra in 32 BC. Octavian blockaded them, starting the naval battle of Actium. Cleopatra was born in 69 BC. She had three sisters and two brothers. She was the third youngest girl in the family. There is a college named after Eleanor, called
the Eleanor Roosevelt college. Eleanor's father was very different from her mother. Eleanor and her Husband
riding together Cleopatra's
Husbands Her brother was now the only ruler of Egypt. Both ... Were great female leaders Had kids and pets Married a relative Of their husbands were important leaders and had power Had rare deaths Had 4 children Were closer to their dads than their moms Of their husbands were well known before they met them Of their fathers died before they were adults Cleopatra VII... Had about 4 husbands
throughout her life Had Greek heritage and culture Lived before Christ Only had 1 husband through out her life Eleanor Roosevelt... Ruled Egypt Lived after Christ Was Christian Was the First Lady of the U.S.A. Committed suicide by placing a poisonous snake on her body Died of a disease called tuberculosis THANKS FOR WATCHING! (0)_(0)
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(")_(") Had a pet tiger Had a pet horse Was known for her beauty Was considered ugly and called "Granny" by her mother Had many brothers and sisters Had a couple brothers and sisters Married 2 of her brothers Married her cousin Eleanor Roosevelt side Cleopatra VII side Bingham, Jane. Cleopatra. Chicago, Illinois: Raintree. Streissguth, Tom. Queen Cleopatra. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Company, 2007. "Cleopatra." "Cleopatra and Caesar." World Book. 4. 2006. "Cleopatra VII." www.biography.com. "I will not be triumphed over." "Cleopatra." Compton's Chile-Cz. 5. 2007. "Cleopatra: The Woman Behind the Name." www.touregypt.net. Eleanor attends convection and joins the Red Cross 1912 1920 Eleanor volunteers at St. Elizabeth's Hospital Women are given the right to vote

Eleanor joins a League for Women Voters 1919 Time of the Great Depression

Eleanor starts food lines, helping those without jobs Cleopatra became co-ruler of Egypt with her father, Ptolemy XII 52 BC 49 BC Her father dies and Cleopatra marries her brother, Ptolemy XIII, and became a pharaoh of Egypt Cleopatra is driven off the throne by Ptolemy XIII's followers Battle of Actium starts 32 BC One of the many quotes Eleanor said: " The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams" - Eleanor Roosevelt 51 BC Julius Caesar arrives in Egypt chasing his enemy, Pompey 41 BC Marc Antony invites Cleopatra to Tarsus 1929 1903 Eleanor becomes First Lady Lesko Leonard H. "Cleopatra" World Book, 2013. Web. 19 Feb. 2013 Contributer - Robert K. Ritner. Phd, Professor of Egyptology, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago "Cleopatra" World Book Student 2013. Web. 22 January. 2013 A Scott Fetzer Company. World Book CI-CZ. 2001. Author "Cleopatra VII" World Book 2001. Robert K. Ritner. "Cleopatra VII". World Book Advanced. World Book. 2013. Chicago "Cleopatra". World Book Kids. World Book, 2013. Web. 27 February. 2013 Cleopatra was queen for about 21 years, not including the time she was driven off the throne. During that period of time, she also became a ruler of Syria. She died in 30 BC, at the age of 39. Before Marc Antony had married Cleopatra,
he had been married to Octavian's wife, Octavia. When Antony married Cleopatra, Octavian got mad. Antony and Cleopatra sent 500 ships. Cleopatra and Marc Antony got through the blockade and surrendered to Octavian. This is an image of Cleopatra She is one of the most well known woman leaders. -Cleopatra VII This is one of Cleopatra's quotes: 1946 Eleanor starts to work with the United Nations and helps write the Declaration of Universal Rights Octavian declared war on Cleopatra and Antony. 47 BC Caesorian is born "Cleopatra Timeline." ancient history.about.com.
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