This essay Cleopatra has a total of 161 words and 2 pages.
What would you be doing when you\'re 17? Most teens would
party, but when Cleopatra was 17, she became the Queen of Egypt.
Cleopatra V11 was born in 69BC. and died in 30Bc. Between 69BC.
to 30BC, she was the last pharaoh. Cleopatra lived most of her
life in Alexandra with her brother Ptolemy. Cleopatra married
her brother Ptolemy, because they wanted to rule Egypt together.
They did for quite some time. But it all changed when Ptolemy
got sick and died. After the death of Ptolemy she found a great
emperor who she then fell in love with, and then married.
She then became "a woman of great ambition, intelligence, vigor,
and fascination." That\'s when she gained both the love and the
political and military support of first Julius Caesar and then
Mark Antony. Because she was a Ptolemy, Cleopatra had a negative
effect on Egypt as seen in her relationship with Julius Ceasar
and Mark Antony.
Topics Related to Cleopatra
Pharaohs of the Ptolemaic dynasty, Cultural depictions of Cleopatra, Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, Ptolemaic dynasty, Ptolemy, Mark Antony, 30 BC, The Cleopatras
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