Haus Publishing, 2006 M03 1 - 159 páginas
This biography concentrates on Cleopatra's ever-shifting identity. Depending on the audience, she might present herself as a goddess, a political leader, or an alluring and exotic woman. Roman statesmen likewise manipulated Cleopatra's image for their own political ends.
Achillas addition Agrippa Alexander Helios Alexander’s alliance allies ancient sources Antony and Cleopatra Antony and Octavian Antony’s Antony’s fleet Antony’s ships Antyllus Appian Armenia army arrival Arsinoe Arsinoe IV Artavasdes assassination associated attempted Auletes banquet Battle of Actium brother Brutus and Cassius Caesarion Canidius Crassus Cassius Dio celebrated Cicero claimed Cleopatra VII commander conquered Cyprus death defeat Dionysus Dolabella Donations of Alexandria east Egypt Egyptian father forces Fulvia Gabinius Gallus goddess gods governor Grant Greek Gulf of Ambracia harbour Hercules Herod Isis Italy Julius Caesar king Lucius Antonius Macedonia Mark Antony marriage mausoleum military Mithradates Nile Octavian Osiris Parthians Pelusium pharaohs Pharos Pharsalus Plutarch political Pompey Pompey’s Pothinus Proculeius Ptolemy XII Ptolemy XIII queen returned to Alexandria Roman senate Rome Rome’s royal ruler sails Second Triumvirate sent soldiers statue Suetonius Syria Tarsus temple territories throne triumph troops Venus victory wife woman