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  PTOLEMY - LoveToKnow Article on PTOLEMY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Ptolemy now takes up this question for the planets; he says that this perfection is of the essence of celestial things, which admit of neither disorder nor inequality, that this planetary theory is one of extreme difficulty, and that no one had yet completely succeeded in it.
Ptolemy concludes his great work by saying that he has included in it everything of practical utility which in his judgment should find a place in a treatise on astronomy at the time it was written, with relation as well to discoveries as to methods.
Ptolemy especially devoted himself to the mathematical branch of his subject, and the arrangement of his work, in which his rcsults are presented in a tabular form, instead of being at once embodied in a map, was undoubtedly designed to enable the student to construct his maps for himself.
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 Ptolemy XIII of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ptolemy XIII Theos Philopator (lived 62 BCE/61 BCE–January 13, 47 BCE?, reigned from 51 BCE) was one of the last members of the Ptolemaic dynasty of Egypt.
Son of Pharaoh Ptolemy XII of Egypt he succeeded him in Spring of 51 BC as co-ruler with his older sister Cleopatra VII of Egypt.
Ptolemy reportedly drowned on January 13, 47 BCE while attempting to cross the Nile.
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 Cleopatra VII of Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Her father was Ptolemy XII Auletes, and her mother was probably Auletes's sister, Cleopatra V Tryphaena.
She was subsequently co-ruler with two of her brothers, Ptolemy XIII, who opposed the Roman domination, and Ptolemy XIV.
After a short war Ptolemy XIII was killed and Caesar restored Cleopatra to her throne, with Ptolemy XIV as new co-ruler.
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They were descended from Ptolemy I, a general of Alexander the Great who became king of Egypt after Alexander's death in 323 B.C. When her father died in 51 B.C., Cleopatra and her brother Ptolemy XIII inherited the throne.
She spoke nine languages (she was the first Ptolemy pharaoh who could actually speak Egyptian!) and proved to be a shrewd politician.
But Ptolemy's advisors thought it would be safer to side with Caesar, and when Pompey arrived he was stabbed to death while the pharaoh watched.
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Svoronos considers the obverse of the coinage of the later Ptolemies to show a portrait of Ptolemy I Soter, with a dummy PA mintmark was copied in Alexandria from coins struck at Paphos in prior decades.
Ptolemy XII was a middle-aged man, with less of the strong chin that characterized Ptolemy Soter portraits.
Ptolemy XII died in 51 BC, and in Egypt was succeeded by his daughter Cleopatra, in joint reign with her brother Ptolemy XIII.
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 Cleopatra Time Frames
Ptolemy XII "Auletes" then ruled until his death in 51 B.C. On her father's death in 51 BC Cleopatra, then about 17 years old, and her brother, Ptolemy XII, a child of about 12 years, succeeded jointly to the throne of Egypt with the provision that they should marry.
Ptolemy XIII was drowned in the Nile when he led an army in a failed attack against Ceasar, and Caesar made Cleopatra's younger brother, Ptolemy XIV, joint ruler with her.
Soon after, Ptolemy XIV died, perhaps poisoned by Cleopatra, and the queen named her son Caesarion co-ruler with her as Ptolemy Caesar.
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 Articles - Cleopatra VII of Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
As co-ruler of Egypt with her father (Ptolemy XII Auletes), her brother/husband Ptolemy XIV, and later her son Caesarion, Cleopatra survived a coup engineered by her brother's courtiers, consummated a liaison with Julius Caesar that solidified her grip on the throne, and, after Caesar's assassination, aligned with Mark Antony, with whom she produced twins.
She was first briefly co-ruler with her father, Ptolemy XII Auletes and on his death became co-ruler with her brother Ptolemy XIII in the spring of 51 BC.
Ptolemy I was the son of Arsinoe of Macedonia by either her husband Lagus, a Macedonian nobleman, or her lover Philip II of Macedon.
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 Cleopatra
Cleopatra's father Ptolemy XII was the oldest of the two illegitimate sons of Ptolemy IX.
Ptolemy became governor of Cyprus and he was pronounced King of Egypt in 80 B.C. He was referred to as the Flute Player "Auletes".
Her brother drowned in the Nile while trying to escape in the Alexandrine war, and a younger brother Ptolemy XIV, whom she married by custom, was put on the throne with her.
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She had two brothers, Ptolemy XIII and Ptolemy XIV, and a sister Arsinoe.
Her father Ptolemy XII Auletes died in 51 BC, leaving control of Egypt to his seventeen year old daughter Cleopatra and his twelve year old son Ptolemy XIII.
Ptolemy XII left his empire to his two children with the plan that they would rule jointly and eventually they would marry.
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She was subsequently co-ruler with two of her brothers, Ptolemy XIII, and then who opposed the Roman domination, and Ptolemy XIV.
Following the deaths of her brothers she named her eldest son co-ruler as Ptolemy XV Caesarion (44-30 BC).
In 48, the advisors of Ptolemy XIII, led by the eunuch Pothinus, removed Cleopatra's power and forced her to flee Egypt.
online-encyclopedia.info /encyclopedia/c/cl/cleopatra_vii_of_egypt.html   (1080 words)

  
 Egypt: Rulers, Kings and Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt: Cleopatra VII & Ptolemy XIII
In the springtime of 51 BC, Ptolemy Auletes died and left his kingdom in his will to his eighteen year old daughter, Cleopatra, and her younger brother Ptolemy XIII who was twelve at the time.
Ptolemy XIII drowned in the Nile while he was trying to flee.
Ptolemy XV (Caesarion) was made the co-ruler with his mother and was called the King of Kings.
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 ipedia.com: Ptolemy XIV of Egypt Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Ptolemy XIV, a son of Ptolemy XII of Egypt was one of the last members of the Ptolemaic dynasty of Egypt.
Following the death of his older brother Ptolemy XIII of Egypt on January 13, 47 BCE, he was p...
Following the death of his older brother Ptolemy XIII of Egypt on January 13, 47 BCE, he was proclaimed Pharaoh and co-ruler by their older sister and remaining Pharaoh Cleopatra VII of Egypt.
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 Cleopatra
Cleopatra, actually known as Cleopatra VII, was born in Egypt in 69 B.C. In 58 B.C., her father Ptolemy XII was expelled from power, so Cleopatra helped him regain his power.
With his help, Ptolemy XIII was killed in 47 B.C. and Caesar pronounced Cleopatra as queen of Egypt.
Then, Caesar was assassinated and her husband, Ptolemy XIV, was poisoned and died.
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 Egyptvoyager.com: Women in ancient Egypt
Ptolemy XII Auteles died in 51 BC leaving the kingdom to his son, Ptolemy XIII and his daughter Cleopatra VII who, by ancient Egyptian traditions, had to marry her younger 12 year old brother.
A war in Alexandria occurred later between Caesar and Ptolemy which ended in the Defeat of Ptolemy's army and his death by drowning in the Nile while trying to escape.
Their children were also given the titles of Ptolemy XV for Caesarion, who was also called King of the Kings.
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 Cleopatra VII
Either she was sole ruler or Ptolemy XIII was nominally coregent but ignored as a minor.
Ptolemy XV Samuel has also suggested that the era is a coregency with Ptolemy XV.
For the argument that Ptolemy XV was not born of this liaison, see discussion under Ptolemy XV.
www.geocities.com /christopherjbennett/ptolemies/cleopatra_vii.htm   (3537 words)

  
 Cleopatra - Egypt's Last Pharoah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
During the two centuries that preceded Ptolemy Auletes death, the Ptolemies were allied with the Romans.
When Ptolemy Auletes died, the fall of the Dynasty appeared to be even closer.
She was married to her younger brother Ptolemy XIII when he was twelve, however she soon dropped his name from any official documents regardless of the Ptolemaic insistence that the male presence be first among co-rulers.
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 Royalty.nu - History of Egypt - Cleopatra VII, the Last Pharaoh
Her father was Egypt's pharaoh, Ptolemy XII, nicknamed Auletes or "Flute-Player." Cleopatra's mother was probably Auletes's sister, Cleopatra V Tryphaena.
They were descended from Ptolemy I, a general of Alexander the Great who became king of Egypt after Alexander's death in 323 BC.
Ptolemy XII was a weak and cruel ruler, and in 58 BC the people of Alexandria rebelled and overthrew him.
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 Cleopatra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
On the death of her father, Ptolemy XII, in 51 BCE, Cleopatra married her younger brother, Ptolemy XIII, with whom she was to be co-ruler of Egypt.
Her father, Ptolemy, named after the founder of the dynasty was the twelfth Ptolemy to rule Egypt.
Cleopatra was at various times co-ruler of Egypt with Ptolemy XIII (her brother), Ptolemy XIV (another brother), and Ptolemy XV (her son).
www.tnstate.edu /edachowski/cleopatra.htm   (1073 words)

  
 Cleopatra
Cleopatra VII was born in sixty-nine BC in Alexandria, Egypt to a family of Macedonian decent and important rule.
Cleopatra VII was the daughter of Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos, nicknamed "Auletes", meaning "flute-player" in Greek.
In fifty BC, Ptolemy XIII signed a decree, banning shipments of grain to anywhere but Alexandria, to deprive Cleopatra VII and supporters, who were not in Alexandria.
www.ccds.charlotte.nc.us /History/Egypt/03/muzzillo/muzzillo.htm   (1166 words)

  
 Ptolemy XIV Theos Philopator II --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Following the death of his brother Ptolemy XIII Theos Philopator at the end of the Alexandrian War between Caesar and the Ptolemaic forces, Ptolemy XIV was elevated…
Ptolemy was his mother's co-ruler, killed by Octavian, later the emperor Augustus, after Cleopatra's death in 30.
Ptolemy published his astronomical data in an encyclopedic volume known as Almagest.
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 Roman History Versus XenaVerse Myth (Or Things That Would Turn My Latin Teacher's Hair Purple)
She was born in Alexandria, Egypt, the third child (and girl) in a family of four girls and two boys.
During the rule of the later Ptolemies, Rome was declared guardian of the Ptolemaic Dynasty.
Ptolemy, who was too young to rule, resented her rule.
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 Cleopatra VII   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Ptolemy I was a general of Alexander the Great, and founded the Ptolemaic dynasty.
The daughter of Ptolemy XII, Cleopatra became joint ruler with her younger brother Ptolemy XIII in 51 BC.
Cleopatra married another of her brothers, Ptolemy XIV, but she also became Caesar's mistress and followed him to Rome, where she stayed until his assassination (44 BC).
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 Ptolemy XIV
On this basis, he suggested both Cleopatra VII and Ptolemy XIV were know as Philopator Philadelphus.
He suggested that Alexandria was held by Ptolemy XIII and Arsinoe IV.
However, it is much more likely that these dates represent a breach between Cleopatra VII and the regency regime of Ptolemy XIII and that the year 1 is an ephemeral new series for Cleopatra VII, abandoned after Caesar restored her as primary ruler.
www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk /Egypt/ptolemies/ptolemy_xiv.htm   (1229 words)

  
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Ptolemy was born in Macedonia some time between 367 and 364 B.C. and became one of the generals in Alexander the Great's army.
She was made joint ruler with her younger brother Ptolemy XIII, in 51 B.C., but within three years this arrangement deteriorated into a civil war, resulting in Cleopatra's exile.
Cleopatra was then married to another of her brothers, who became Ptolemy XIV, but she remained as Caesar's mistress, accompanying him to Rome, where she remained until he was assassinated.
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 Cleopatra VII
The end of the joint reign of Ptolemy XIV and Cleopatra VII: the murder of Ptolemy XIV by Cleopatra VII, mentioned by Porphyry.
Because Ptolemy XIII was killed after the defeat of the anti-Roman forces: the end of the joint reign of Ptolemy XIII and Cleopatra VII, and the beginning of the joint reign of Ptolemy XIV and Cleopatra VII.
The joint reign of Cleopatra and Ptolemy XIII is witnessed of by Porphyry, not by documents.
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 Cleopatra
Cleopatra the seventh was the last pharaoh of Egypt for the Ptolemy Dynasty and for the history of all Egyptian pharaohs.
After the death of Cleopatra's father, Ptolemy XII, in the year of 51 BC Cleopatra the seventh gained the position as the last pharaoh of Egypt of the Ptolemy rule.
Cleopatra VII and Julius Caesar had become lovers during that time of battle between Caesar and Cleopatra and Ptolemy XIII.(Daughter of the Pharoah, 1-2) After the decision of joint government with her husband and younger brother, Ptolemy XIV, had been made, Cleopatra made the decision to live in Rome as Caesar's mistress.
www.ccds.charlotte.nc.us /History/Egypt/03/andrews/andrews.htm   (993 words)

  
 R-MC Academics: Classics
B. Ptolemy XII dies in 51 BC, and Cleopatra VII and Ptolemy XIII joint rulers.
She was born in between 68 and 62 B.C. to Ptolemy XII and most likely Cleopatra V, however we are unsure that Cleopatra was her mother.
She was the only child of Ptolemy XII to never have her chance to rule Egypt.
www.rmc.edu /directory/academics/classics/cleoclass/arsinoe.asp   (402 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Ptolemy XIV (Ancient History, Egypt, Biography) - Encyclopedia
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 Ptolemy XIV of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ptolemy is considered to have reigned in name only, with Cleopatra keeping actual authority to herself.
On March 15, 44 BC Caesar was murdered in Rome by a group of conspirators whose most notable members were Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassius Longinus.
This page was last modified 14:22, 6 October 2005.
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 *** The House of Ptolemy: Kings, Queens, and the Rest of the Royal Ptolemies ***
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