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Cleopatra was the last active ruler of the Ptolemaic kingdom.

After the death of Cleopatra, Egypt was turned into a province of the Roman Empire. She was the only ruler to learn the Egyptian language and was fluent in Koine Greek.

In 58 BC, Cleopatra likely accompanied her father during his exile in Rome. She would later marry Berenice IV, who would have been the queen.

The joint rule of Cleopatra and Ptolemy XIII began after she died in 51 BC. Their differences led to civil war.

Ptolemy XIII ordered his men to ambush Pompey before he could capture Alexandria. When Caesar arrived, he was surrounded by his army as he tried to reconcile with the Ptolemaic siblings.

After the siege was lifted, Ptolemy XIII died in 47 BC. His half-sister Arsino IV was exiled to Ephesus.

She traveled to Rome as a client Queen in 46 and 44 BC, and she resided in Caesar’s villa. At the request of Caesar, he named Ptolemy as the Caesarian co-rule.

Antony and the queen had an affair during their meeting at Tarsos. He would later kill Arsinos at her request and would rely on her for military support as she attacked the Kingdom of Armenia and the Parthian Empire.

The conflict between Octavian and Antony’s marriage led to the Roman Republic’s final war. After Octavian forced Antony’s allies to flee Rome, she declared war on Cleopatra. After beating Antony’s forces at the Battle of Actium, her army then invaded Egypt.

When she learned that Octavian planned to take her to his Roman victoryal procession, she committed suicide by consuming poison. This tragic event became a recurring theme in ancient Roman poetry and art.

He was known for his Roman busts and paintings. In the Renaissance and Baroque he was the subject of many works.

Since the Victorian era, she has been an Egyptian pop culture icon. She has appeared in various forms of art and has been featured in various Hollywood films and brands.

The name was originally written as either Patroclos or Cleopatros. It was later used to refer to the wife of Meleager.

The Ptolemaic Egyptians were crowned in Memphis by the High priest of Ptah, but they lived in Alexandria, which was founded by Alexander the Great.

They ruled Egypt as Greeks, refusing to learn the local language of the country. Cleopatra was the first PTolemaic ruler who learned the Egyptian language.

Although she preferred to speak in her native Koine Greek, Cleopatra also preferred to communicate with him in various languages, including Latin and Egyptian.

Berenice III became the new emperor after her father died in 81 BC. Following opposition from the imperial court, she accepted joint rule with her cousin and stepson.

Ptolemy XI murdered his wife in 80 BC, but was killed later that year during the riots that followed. He and his uncle, Ptolemy IX, then ceded the Ptolemy Empire to Rome.

The Romans divided the Ptolemaic territory into three groups: one for Ptolemy IX’s illegitimate sons, one for Egypt, and one for Cyprus.

Cleopatra’s sister Arsino IV was born in 69 BC, but she was not included in the official records until 69 BC.

Philostratos was her childhood teacher. It is believed that she studied at the Museum, which housed the Library of Alexandria.

Ptolemy XI responded to the threat of a merger by offering gifts to powerful Roman statesmen, such as Pompey. He was eventually bankrupted by his lavish behavior.

When the Romans occupied Cyprus in 58 BC, Ptolemy XII’s brother, who was a prominent Ptolemaic figure, committed suicide instead of being exiled to Paphos.

Ptolemy XII was exiled from Egypt by force. He spent a year in Rome with his daughter Cleopatra.

Berenice IV sent an embassy in Rome to oppose the restoration of his father, Ptolemy XII. However, since his supporters killed the embassy’s leaders, the Roman Senate refused to allow him to leave Rome.

The Roman financiers were convinced that Ptolemy XII was corrupt and wanted to restore him as the ruler of Egypt. They persuaded Aulus to invade the country and restore him.

Mark was a cavalry officer under Antony Gabinius. He is credited with preventing Ptolemy XII’s massacre of the inhabitants of Pelauzano.

At the time, she was 14 years old, and it is believed that she went to Egypt with the Roman expedition. Antony would later claim that he fell in love with her.

Crassus took over as governor of Syria, but he was killed at the Battle of Carahe in 53 BC.

Upon learning about the dangers of draining Egypt’s resources, Rabirius was sent back to Rome. Despite these obstacles, Ptolemy XI still managed to oversee many of the country’s most important construction projects.

On May 31, 52 BC, Cleopatra was appointed regent of Ptolemy XII. By the time of his death, Rabirius was unable to collect all of the debt due to him.

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