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 Cleopatra II of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
185 BC - 116) was a queen (and briefly sole ruler) of Egypt, and the daughter of Ptolemy V and Cleopatra I.
A public reconciliation of Cleopatra and Physcon was declared in 124.
with Ptolemy VI, Ptolemy VII, Ptolemy VIII and Cleopatra III
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 Cleopatra II of Egypt
Cleopatra II (c.185-116 BC), a queen of Egypt, daughter of Cleopatra I.
They and their brother, Ptolemy VIII, were co-rulers of Egypt from 171-164 during a war with Antiochus IV of Syria in which Rome finally rescued Egypt.
Cleopatra II led a rebellion against Ptolemy in 132 and she remained hostile to him until a public reconciliation was declared in 124.
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 Cleopatra III of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cleopatra III (161-101 BC) was Queen of Egypt 142-101 BC.
She was born in 161 BC to Ptolemy VI and Cleopatra II of Egypt.
In an attempt to gain control of Cleopatra II, Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II "Physcon" married her.
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Cleopatra showed directly she was talented, she instaured new laws, she devaluated the money by one third for the exportations.
Cleopatra becomes Queen of Egypt at the age of 18 (51 B.C.) She rapidly tries to solve the conflict with the Roman Empire.
Cleopatra is worried about that and cries, she tries to persuade Antony to stay in Egypt to protect her.
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 Royalty.nu - History of Egypt - Cleopatra VII, the Last Pharaoh
Cleopatra VII was born in 69 BC in Alexandria, which was then the capital of Egypt.
Cleopatra was afraid to open the door because of the approach of Octavian's army, but she and her two serving women let down ropes from a window and pulled him up.
Cleopatra: Goddess of Egypt, Enemy of Rome by Polly Schoyer Brooks.
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 Egypt: Tour Egypt Monthly: Queens of Egypt, part III - Celopatra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Cleopatra was that last sovereign of the Macedonian dynasty, and though with no Egyptian blood, she proclaimed herself as "Daughter of Ra", the "Sun God of Egypt".
Cleopatra supported the later by a fleet of 50 ships and 500 men, which was not accepted by the Alexandrians.
Cleopatra was hailed as "Queen of the Queens" and Caesarion as "King of the Kings".
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 Major Pharaohs of Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Cleopatra was born in 69 BC in Alexandria, Egypt.
According to Egyptian law, Cleopatra was forced to have a consort, who was either a brother or a son, no matter what age, throughout her reign.
Cleopatra and Antony's son, Ptolemy Philadelphos was named King of Syria and Asia Minor at the age of two.
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 Cleopatra Thea
164 BC - 121 BC) surnamed Euergetes (i.e., "Goddess of Plenty") was a daughter of Ptolemy VI of Egypt and Cleopatra II of Egypt.
Cleopatra had taken the precaution of sending Antiochus IX (her son by Antiochus VII) to Cyzicus in Asia Minor (hence his surname).
In retaliation, the ruler of Egypt put forward Alexander Zabinas, allegedly a son of Alexander Balas as king of Syria, provoking civil war.
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 Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
It is Necho II who is said to have commissioned a small fleet of Phoenician explorers to circumnavigate Africa, mentioned in Herodotus some 160 years later.
Egypt was an Augustan province so the governors were appointed directly by the Emperor rather than by the traditional Senatorial lottery.
Because of the importance of Egypt as the Empire's breadbasket, by law the governor of Egypt could not be of the Senatorial class (it was feared that consolidating too much power in a Senator invited revolt).
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 Cleopatra II
She is identified as queen Cleopatra daughter of king P[tolemy], which ensures that she is not Cleopatra I.
However, given the absence of Cleopatra II in the opening of the decree in question, the mention is much more like to be a reference to Cleopatra Selene.
This son is probably Ptolemy, the youngest son of Cleopatra II by Ptolemy VI.
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 Egypt: Ancient Egyptian People   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Osorkon II, a Libyan, succeeded Takelot I in 874 BC to become the fifth ruler of Egypt's 22nd Dynasty, known as the Libyan or Bubastite Dynasty, at Tanis.
Ptolemy III Euergetes (Benefactor), the third ruler of Egypt's Ptolemaic Dynasty, was the son of Ptolemy II Philadelphus by one of his early wives named Arsinoe.
In fact, of all the rulers in Egypt, Ramesses II may have had one of the largest of all families, consisting of many wives, and as many as fifty sons and fifty daughters of his principle consorts.
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 Pharaohs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Amasis-II Amasis II (also Ahmose or Ah-mes) was a pharaoh (570 BC - 526 BC) of the Twenty-sixth dynasty of Egypt, the successor of Wahibre.
Herodotus relates that under his prudent administration Egypt reached the highest pitch of prosperity, he adorned the temples of Lower Egypt especially with splendid monolithic shrines and other monuments (his activity here is proved by remains still existing).
Cyrus left Egypt unmolested, but the last years of Amasis were disturbed by the threatened invasion of Cambyses and by the rupture of the alliance with Polycrates of Samos.
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 List of egypt related topics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
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RAMESSES II Cleopatra (epithet Netjeret-mer-it-es) was actually the last of seven Ptolomaic queens of the same name.
Cleopatra VII (51-30 BC) was illustrious, intelligent and politically astute, and was reputedly the only Ptolomaic ruler to have actually learnt the Egyptian language.
Cleopatra VII first shared a co-regency with her father Ptolomy XII (80-51 BC) and then with her brother Ptolomy XIII (51-47 BC), who actually ousted her from power for a time in the year 48 BC.
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 Brink-Day-Johnston-Fletcher - Person Page 154
Ptolemy II became a master at thefiscal exploitation of the Egyptian countryside; the capital, Alexandria,served as the main trading and export centre.
Berenice arrived in Egypt in the retinue of Eurydice, Ptolemy's secondqueen, whom he married as part of a political agreement with her father,Antipater of Macedonia.
Alexander left Egypt in the spring of 331 BC, dividing the militarycommand between Balacrus, son of Amyntas, and Peucestas, son ofMakartatos.
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Egypt, at the northeast corner of Africa on the Mediterranean Sea, is bordered on the west by Libya, on the south by the Sudan, and on the east by the Red Sea and Israel.
Egypt's golden age coincided with the 18th and 19th dynasties (16th to 13th century B.C.), during which the empire was established.
Ancient Egypt: Rulers - Amenemhet I, king of ancient Egypt, founder of the XII dynasty (2000–1970 B.C.) Sesostris I,...
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 *** The House of Ptolemy: Caesar, Cleopatra, & Marcus Antonius - the Transition to a Greco-Roman (Roman Imperial) ...
Caesar's campaign in Egypt, from the autumn of 48 BCE to March of 47 BCE, was a self-contained episode in the career of Rome's greatest general.
The Cleopatra Ode, a poem by Horace, opens with a bold juxtaposition of archaic Greek literature and contemporary Roman life, as the poet moves in mid-sentence from a motto taken from Alcaeus to an allusion to the contemporary Roman feasts of the Salii.
This was: *** The House of Ptolemy: Caesar, Cleopatra, and Marcus Antonius and
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ADELFWN, conjoined busts of Ptolemy II and Arsinöe II right; Ptolemy is diademed and draped, Arsinöe is diademed and veiled; Gallic shield behind their heads / QEWN, conjoined busts of Ptolemy I and Berenike I; Ptolemy is diademed and draped, Berenike is diademed and veiled.
In 193 married Cleopatra I, daughter of Antiochus III of Syria.
In 142 married Cleopatra III daughter of Cleopatra II.
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 I403: Cleopatra VII (of Egypt) (69 BC - 30 BC)
I403: Cleopatra VII (of Egypt) (69 BC - 30 BC)
Family 1 : Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II Ptolemy IX Soter II of Egypt
[385] She was pharaoh of the Ptolemaic Dynasty of Egypt (51 - 30 BC).
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 Ptolemy VII Neos Philopator - Psychology Central
His reign is controversial, and it is possible that he did not reign at all, but was only granted royal dignity posthumously.
According to one reconstruction, he was the son of Ptolemy VI and Cleopatra II of Egypt, he reigned briefly with his father in 145 BC, and for a short time after that, and was murdered by his uncle, Ptolemy VIII, who succeeded him.
Alternately, some scholars identify Ptolemy Neos Philopator with Ptolemy Memphites, a son of Ptolemy VIII and Cleopatra II who was murdered by his father; or else point to a number of minor co-regents - all of whom were named Ptolemy as was the tradition in the dynasty.
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 ipedia.com: List of Egypt-related topics Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
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François-Paul Brueys D'Aigalliers - Dalida - Dedun - Demographics of Egypt - Demotic - Djebauti - Djoser - Dodi Al-Fayed - Duamutef - Duat
Farouk of Egypt - Fedayeen - Bonner Fellers - First Battle of El Alamein - First dynasty of Egypt - Foreign relations of Egypt - Fuad I of Egypt - Fuad II of Egypt
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birt: bef 150 BC deat: Tyre; 125 BC Cleopatra Thea of Egypt
143 BC deat: 96 BC Cleopatra-IV Tryphaena of Egypt
160 BC deat: Sept. 101 BC Ptolemy-VIII (VII) Euergetes of Egypt
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 Alexander I Balas of Syria/~*Cleopatra Thea of Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Alexander I Balas of Syria/~*Cleopatra Thea of Egypt
Born: at: 84-10,258 Died: at: Father:~*Euergetes II Ptolemy VI of Egypt Mother:~*Cleopatra II of Egypt Other Spouses: ~*Demetrius II Nicator "King" of Syria Antiochus VIII of Syria
Name: Alexander II Zabinas of Syria Born: at: Married: at: Died: at: Spouses:
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 ~*Demetrius II Nicator "King" of Syria/~*Cleopatra Thea of Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
~*Demetrius II Nicator "King" of Syria/~*Cleopatra Thea of Egypt
Born: at: 84-10,258 Died: at: Father:~*Euergetes II Ptolemy VI of Egypt Mother:~*Cleopatra II of Egypt Other Spouses: Alexander I Balas of Syria Antiochus VIII of Syria
Name: ~*Antiochus VIII Philmeter Grypos "King"of Syria Born: at: 141 BC 83-5131 Married: at: Died: at: 96 BC Spouses: ~*Cleopatra Tryphaena of Egypt Cleopatra Selene of Egypt
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 I11625: Tentsepeh* (____ - ____)
Family 1 : Nimlot* OF MA Shoshenk I* OF EGYPT
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