1. Older Cleopatra VII

    Older Cleopatra VII

    Cleopatra VII wearing unique triple uraeus and probably holding an ankh in each hand. Like the small statue, the pose is meant to evoke Isis. Note that the body has matured a bit over the younger version.
  2. Young Cleopatra VII

    Young Cleopatra VII

    Cleopatra VII uniquely identified by triple uraeus. Holding horn of plenty in left hand, linking her to Arsinoe II. Right hand would have typically been holding ankh.
  3. Cleopatra on National Geographic

    Cleopatra on National Geographic

    This is Cleopatra as depicted on National Geographic television channel. Cleopatra VII Philopator was the last active ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, nominally survived as pharaoh by her son Caesarion. She was also a diplomat, naval commander, linguist, and medical author.
  4. Princess Of Manchester

    Does any1 know of any good cleopatra docs i can watch on youtube?

    any good cleopatra docs on youtube? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Princess Of Manchester

    How inbred was Cleopatra?

    How Inbred was Cleopatra? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. RomaVictrix

    Roman paintings of Cleopatra VII of Egypt

    boQOXk9ZEoc PLEASE LIKE THE VIDEO AND SUBSCRIBE! :D :cool: Or not. Whatever floats your boat.,_most_likely_a_depiction_of_Cleopatra_VII.jpg ^ An ancient Roman wall painting in Room 71 of the...
  7. V

    Ancient Egypt - How would have Cleopatra reacted

    I'm a huge a fan of the ancient Egyptian and Greek history and civilization. My question and point of this discussion is pretty straight foward. If Cleopatra was alive today how do you think she would have reacted to the fact that she is such a huge icon and an important figure in todays...
  8. Lawnmowerman

    Did Cleopatra try to seduce Octavian??

    With Marc Antony dead and Octavian beating down the walls do you think that Cleopatra tried to seduce Octavian as a desperate last gamble to stay alive?? It would certainly fit with her personality and she had nothing to loose by trying. I believe in "Rome" they portray her as trying to but...
  9. Raunchel

    Make Egypt Great Again: Waking up as Cleopatra VII Philopator

    Make Egypt Great Again Chapter 1: She of the Sedge and the Bee It’s hot, horribly, awfully hot. It’s not supposed to be this horrible, but it is. The bed I’m on seems to be moving, a bit like a ship in the water, this isn’t normal. Not normal at all. I yawn...
  10. Marcellus

    Mark Antony defeats Octavian and Cleopatra becomes co-ruler of the Roman World

    Antony's love for Cleopatra seems to me incontestable, only this explains one of his major mistakes: To divorce of Octavia, the younger, Octavian's sister. Assuming he won Augusto, and really was willing to share power with Cleopatra, what kind of changes occur in the Roman world and beyond?
  11. N

    Cleopatra - In the eyes of other queens

    I've always thought, and maybe because for some reason, that I'm not really a big fan of Cleopatra. I know she was supposedly this beautiful and intriguing queen. But I like to replace her rumored beauty with political cleverness. Because obviously, in the times of Ptolemaic Egypt, it was not...
  12. K

    Cleopatra bathing in milk

    Where did this common assertation start? Is there any validity to the claim or is it conjecture? Much appreciated :cool: Keaneezy
  13. cachibatches

    Just Finished the Stacey Shiff Book on Cleopatra

    Just wondering what others who have read it think about it. It kind of reminded be of reading Guns, Germs and Steel- not really a scholarly work per se because the author makes no attempt to source statements in a professional manner. Its more along the lines of pouring out one's thoughts and...
  14. Brisieis

    No Cleopatra for Caesar

    We're all aware of the story of Julius Caesar, Mark Anthony and Cleopatra. How do you think history would have developed if prior to Julias Caesar arriving in Egypt, Cleopatra was killed by her brother? Removing Cleopatra from the equation would have huge significance surely?
  15. tornada

    Cleopatra - Romantic Heroine or Royal Disaster

    What sort of leader and Pharaoh was Cleopatra. She comes across as very different characters depending on the historians but how was she as a leader? She never built up her nations defenses despite having access to humongous resources and a fairly large population. During the entire time that...
  16. Salah

    The Children of Cleopatra

    Cleopatra VII, surnamed Thea Philopator, ruled Ptolemaic Egypt from 51 to 30 BCE, though she briefly shared the throne with two younger brothers, both named Ptolemy, early in her reign. The story of Cleopatra's life is fairly well-known. Her position was solidified by Julius Caesar, who became...
  17. Salah

    The love life of Cleopatra Philopator

    Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator, the last member of the Ptolemaic Dynasty to rule ancient Egypt, is one of history's great seductresses. Or at least, that's how the story goes. Her irresistable charm, feminine wiles, and maddening beauty have been the stuff of Western legend for two-thousand...
  18. Alcibiades

    Rome and fear of Cleopatra

    W.W.Tarn had many flaws,but he was still a mighty fine scholar.I always enjoyed reading his works.One of my favourite quotes of his is what prompts me to open this thread. What do you think of this?Is there some truth to it,or not?I am not interested all that much in either Octavian...