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    Cleopatra II led a rebellion against Ptolemy VIII in 131 BC, and drove him and Cleopatra III out of Egypt. At this time Ptolemy VIII is said to have had Ptolemy Memphites, his son by his older sister, Cleopatra II, dismembered and his head, hands and feet sent to Cleopatra II in Alexandria as a birthday present. Cleopatra II ruled Egypt as sole ...

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    Cleopatra Tèa Filopàtore (in greco antico: Κλεοπάτρα Θεὰ Φιλοπάτωρ; in egizio: ḳliw-pꜣ-drꜣ, qliu-pa-dra; in latino: Clĕŏpătra Thĕa Philopătōr; 70/69 a.C. – Alessandria d'Egitto, 12 agosto 30 a.C.), chiamata nella storiografia moderna Cleopatra VII o semplicemente Cleopatra, è stata una regina egizia appartenente al periodo tolemaico, regnante dal 52 a.C ...

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    Cleopatra Selene II died around 5 BC, and when Juba II died in 23/24 AD he was succeeded by his son Ptolemy. [367] [369] However, Ptolemy was eventually executed by the Roman emperor Caligula in 40 AD, perhaps under the pretense that Ptolemy had unlawfully minted his own royal coinage and utilized regalia reserved for the Roman emperor.

  4. Two of them died of illness, but her daughter, Cleopatra Selene II, married an African King Juba II of Numidia. The couple were sent to Mauritania to rule by Octavian. They lived a full life there, and had children. There are many stories told of how rich Cleopatra was, but we cannot be sure if these are true.

  5. 28/02/2018 · Early Life and Macedonian Lineage. The last ruler of the Macedonian dynasty, Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator was born around 69 B.C. The line of rule was established in 323 B.C., following the death ...

  6. Antony and Cleopatra had a relationship together. She had three children with Mark Antony named Cleopatra Selene II and Alexander Helios, who were twins, and another son, Ptolemy Philadelphus. The queen died by committing suicide with a poisonous snake.

  7. 15/04/2019 · Antony and Cleopatra’s twin boy and girl were named Helios (the Sun) and Selene (the Moon) respectively, indicating the couples elaborate plans for the future. The idea of ruler worship was in a way soon adopted by Octavian when he became the first emperor of Rome taking the title of Augustus (The Majestic).