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Pharaoh - Volume II of Kleopatra

Karen Essex - Fiction - 2009 - 416 pages
Following on from 'Kleopatra', the glittering epic of Egypt's queen continues as she allies herself with Anthony and begins a love story that immortalizes her as one of history ...
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The Murder of Cleopatra: History's Greatest Cold Case

Pat Brown - History - 2013 - 270 pages
A world-renowned criminal profiler takes a fascinating look at one of the most tragic mysteries in history. For more than two thousand years, the great pharaoh Cleopatra VII ...
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Quicklet on Stacy Schiff's Cleopatra: A Life (CliffNotes-like Book Summary)

Paul Kraly - Study Aids - 2011 - 41 pages
ABOUT THE BOOK We all know about Cleopatra VII, her seductive ways, her wanton affairs with two of the mightiest men of Rome and her demise by an asp bite. We picture her as ...
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Mark Antony: A Plain Blunt Man

Paolo De Ruggiero - History - 2014 - 300 pages
Mark Antony was embroiled in the tumultuous events of the mid-1st century BC, which saw the violent transformation from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire. After being ...
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Antony & Cleopatra: The Doomed Love Affair That United Ancient Rome & Egypt

Patricia Southern - History - 2009 - 189 pages
The tragic love affair of Marc Antony and Cleopatra is a staple of popular ancient history, immortalised by Shakespeare and Hollywood and mercilessly parodied in Carry on Cleo.
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John Whitehorne - History - 2002 - 264 pages
Although there are many books written about the most famous Cleopatra, this is the only study in English devoted to her less well-known but equally illustrious namesakes ...
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The Roman Historians

Ronald Mellor - History - 2002 - 224 pages
The Romans' devotion to their past pervades almost every aspect of their culture. But the clearest image of how the Romans wished to interpret their past is found in their ...
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