Cleopatra: "Queen of Kings"

Erika Denen

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  • Name: Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator
  • Born: 69 B.C. in Alexandria, Egypt
  • Died: August 12, 30 B.C in Alexandria, Egypt
  • She died when she was 39 with being the last Macedonian dynasty ruler.
  • Cleopatra was the queen of Egypt
  • She became queen when she was 17 in 51 B.C.

History of Cleopatra

  • Her family ruled for hundreds of years of Egypt.
  • She beat five siblings out of throne to become queen at 17.
  • She also wanted to take over the world with Mark Antony that ended in war called the Battle of Actium.
  • She was queen for 21 years.
  • Cleopatra married her 10 year old brother, Ptolemy XIII.

Interesting Facts

  • Cleopatra's family ruled Egypt for hundreds of years and she was the last Macedonian dynasty ruler.
  • She become queen at 18 and was queen for 21 years.
  • She had a relationship with Julius Caesar, but it had to be secret and had a son with him.
  • Cleo married Mark Antonius (Antony) in secret and had a set of twin girls and a son with him.
  • She married her brother.
  • In order to get what she wanted, she would use sexuality to get it.
  • Cleo had five siblings and beat all five of them for power.
  • She was captured by Octavian because he wanted power over Egypt.


  • She was the last active Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt.
  • She was queen of Egypt and wanted more power and to rule the world with Mark Antony.
  • Cleo married Mark Antonius (Antony) in secret.
  • She had a relationship with Julius Caesar, but it had to be a secret also.
  • Cleopatra understood what power was and knew how to pick the men. She chose to be with powerful men.


  • She died from a poisoned hairpin.
  • Cleopatra had 2 marks on her wrist from her hairpin.
  • Poison trade was big business in Egypt and the flowers: aconite, henbane, and hemlock are poisonous flowers.


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