Cleopatra restored her power with Caesar’s help. She soon gave birth to their son, Ptolemy Caesar, nicknamed Caesarion. After the war, Cleopatra was the sole ruler of Egypt with another younger brother Ptolemy XIV as her new co-ruler. After Caesar's murder, Cleopatra left Rome and returned home to Egypt.
Cleopatra VII was born in 69 BC in Alexandria, Egypt. Her father was Egypt’s pharaoh, Ptolemy XII. Who Cleopatra’s mother is not known for certain but it is thought to be Ptolemy’s sister, Cleopatra V Tryphanea, as it was very common for members of the Ptolemaic dynasty to marry their siblings. After her eldest sister’s and father’s death, Cleopatra and her brother Ptolemy XIII inherited the throne. At the age of about 17, Cleopatra became the queen of Egypt.
Who is Cleopatra? Cleopatra was the last Egyptian Pharaoh. What is the story? Her parents had both ruled Egypt, and she wanted to rule as well. She had two older sisters, who would have been next in line to the throne, so she murdered them to secure her place as Pharaoh.
After Cleopatra and Anthony became lovers they made an agreement that Anthony will help her to fight her anomies and kill her sister Arsinoe, in return she will pay for his Partian campaign ( what kind of women p.6….). Anthony was blinded by Cleopatra’s love. To satisfy his queen Antony gradually moved to restore
Nefertiti married King Amenhotep IV and she then became queen. They then had six daughters named Meritaten, Meketaten, Ankhesenpaaten, Neferneferuaten, Neferneferure, and Setepenre. In year for of his ruling,Amenhotep started his worship of Aten. The king led a religious revolution, in which Nefertiti played an important role. In his year five, Amenhotep IV changed his name to Akhetaten.
The sons of Atreus marry the daughters of Zeus and Tantalus, Helen and Clytemnestra. Menelaus marries Helen and Agamemnon marries Clytemnestra. Agamemnon and Clytemnestra give birth to three children, Iphgenia Electra and Orestes. During that period of time Paris, the Trojan prince abducts Helen because he was astonished with her beauty. This action of Paris creates rivalry between the two cities and the Trojan War strikes in.
She was desperate to find a husband of royalty to marry (King Tut One.com, 2013). She did not want to marry a servant (King Tut One.com, 2013). The Hittites did send one of their sons to marry her, but he was assassinated on his way to Egypt (King Tut One.com, 2013). The other theory is Tutankhamen died of natural causes. Tutankhamen’s mummy was found with a broken leg and a skull fracture.
The following year he was nominated to be the new Flamen Dialis, high priest of Jupiter, as Merula, the previous incumbent, had died in Marius's purges. Since the holder of that position not only had to be a patrician but also be married to a patrician, he broke off his engagement to Cossutia, a girl of wealthy equestrian family he had been betrothed to since boyhood, and married Cinna's daughter Cornelia.
I think everyone as a children has the dream of one day to become someone famous in life. It could be in a band, as an artist, actor/actress, the president or any other famous thing. My dream has always been to be a professional ballet folklorico dancer. For me Folklorico is the most beautiful way to express art. All the colors, those huge skirts, and all that makeup just resemblance happiness.
It is based on the Greek legend of Oedipus; a story where an Oracle prophesises that Oedipus (the son of King Laius and Queen Jocasta) would kill his father and marry his Mother. With this legend, Graham had the basis to compose one of her most emotionally charged works. As with many of her works, Graham manipulated the piece to make Jocasta the protagonist. She did this to allow the audience to focus entirely on the emotions being conveyed. Graham’s Night Journey tells of Jocasta’s destiny, the triumphal entry of Oedipus, their meeting, new love and intimacy and then their devastating discovery that their relationship is not of husband and wife, but actually of mother and son.