The Beautiful and Mysterious Queen of Egypt
Queen : Cleopatra is also considered the richest and most beautiful woman in the world, but she was also clever, scheming and cruel. She was the rival of three powerful men – Julius Caesar, Mark Anthony and Octavian. Julius Caesar helped Cleopatra become queen of Egypt. Cleopatra had sexual relations with many men. She ensnared kings and military officers by ensnaring them with the magic of her beauty.. Historians believe that he committed suicide by biting himself on his chest with a snake and some believe. That his death was due to drug abuse.
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Ascension to Throne
Since no contemporary accounts of Cleopatra’s life exist, it is difficult to piece together her biography with much certainty. Much of what is known about his life comes from the works of Greco-Roman scholars, especially Plutarch.
Born in 70 or 69 BC, Cleopatra was the daughter of Ptolemy XII (Auletes), a descendant of Ptolemy I Soter, one of Alexander the Great’s generals and the founder of the Ptolemaic line in Egypt. His mother is believed to have been Cleopatra V Tryphaena, the king’s wife (and possibly his half-sister). Upon Auletes’ apparently natural death in 51 BC, the throne of Egypt passed to 18-year-old Cleopatra and her 10-year-old brother Ptolemy XIII. Soon after the siblings ascended the throne, Ptolemy’s advisors took action against Cleopatra, who was forced to flee Egypt for Syria in 49 BC.
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