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Cleopatra

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Abigale Ledford

on 28 April 2010

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Usually when people think of Cleopatra they usually come up with a image of beauty and the most beutiful women on earth but a matter of fact she just might not be. Hollywood movies always show Cleopatra as a beutiful young youth of a pharoah so in the mind of almost all the people she is exactly that. However, most of us have no idea that this famous pharoah of ancien Egypt was probably not at all beautiful, infact she probably had a hooked nose and masculine features, as seen in the coins belonging to her time. However, she was very intelligent, charming and had amazing convincing powers. She managed to save her kingdom from the
Roman powers for a very long time but things
changed later on, she couldn't sustain it for a
long time. Cleopatra was born in 69 B.C. in Alexandria, Egypt. She died August 12, 30 B.C. Cleopatra was a daughter of Pharaoh Ptolemy XII Auletes. Cleopatra married her younger brother Ptolemy XIII and after his death, she married her younger brother Ptolemy XIV. Later she married the Roman Mark Antony. Cleopatra had one son by Caesar, named Caesarion. She had twins with Mark Antony, Alexander Helios and Cleopatra Selene, and later, a son, Ptolemy Philadelphos. Cleopatra was actually Cleopatra VII, and was the last pharaoh of Egypt, because Rome took over following her death.
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