In an event held at the gymnasium soon after the triumph, Cleopatra dressed as Isis and declared that she was the Queen of Kings with her son Caesarion, King of Kings, while Alexander Helios was declared king of Armenia, Media, and Parthia, and two-year-old Ptolemy Philadelphos was declared king of Syria and Cilicia. Cleopatra Selene II was bestowed with Crete and Cyrene. Antony and Cleopatra.
Cleopatra was called the Queen of Kings, which was a higher position than that of Caesarion's. Alexander Helios, which meant the sun, was named Great King of the Seleucid empire when it was at its highest. Cleopatra Selene, which meant the moon, was called Queen of Cyrenaica and Crete. Cleopatra and Antony's son, Ptolemy Philadelphos was named King of Syria and Asia Minor at the age of two.
Queen of Kings is the first instalment in an epic,. As Octavian Caesar (later Augustus) and his legions march into Alexandria, Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, summons Sekhmet, the goddess of Death and Destruction, in a desperate attempt to resurrect her husband, who has died by his own hand, and save her kingdom. But this deity demands something in return: Cleopatra's soul. Against her will.
Photo of Queen Cleopatra VII of Egypt for fans of Kings and Queens. Painting titled Antony and Cleopatra. Painted by Lawrence Alma Tadema, 1885.
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Arsinoe II, queen of Thrace and Egypt, was born c. 316 B.C. to Berenice and Ptolemy I (Ptolemy Soter), founder of the Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt. Arsinoe's husbands were Lysimachus, the king of Thrace, whom she married in about 300, and her brother, King Ptolemy II Philadelphus, whom she married in about 277. As Thracian queen, Arsinoe conspired to make her own son heir. This led to war and.
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Cleopatra Husband Ptolemy XIII. Ptolemy XIII was Cleopatra’s first husband and her brother as well. This is a practice that had been followed by many ancient Egyptian Kings throughout the history of pharaohs. Divine-royal blood never leaves the royal families. Cleopatra did not love Ptolemy XIII but for political interests she married him.
Cleopatra was proclaimed Queen of Kings and Queen of Egypt, to rule with Caesarion (Ptolemy XV Caesar, son of Julius Caesar) Caesarion was proclaimed as the son of the deified Julius Caesar ( son of god ), King of Kings and King of Egypt; Caesarion was declared legitimate heir of Julius Caesar, although Caesar himself had adopted Octavian (later known as Augustus) in his will and left him the.
Cleopatra was thirty-nine when she died in 30 BC. She’d been a queen for twenty two years and was buried with her lover, Antony. Her high ambitions together with her arrogance ruined Egypt’s future prospects of independence. While she might have of achieved client status for Egypt within the Roman Empire, her utter failure condemned her.
Basically, Queen of Kings is a fantasy novel, examining what might have happened if Cleopatra hadn't died alongside Mark Antony, but became immortal in the process of trying to save him and her country. It's a fabulously gripping read, and a spactacular fantasy, written in easy, flowing prose.
There s than one path to immortality QUEEN OF KINGSMaria Dahvana HeadleyA thrilling, chilling reimagining of the story of the most famous woman in history.Once there was a queen of Egypt a queen who became through magic something else The year is 30 BC Octavian Caesar and his massed legions are poised to enter Alexandria A messenger informs Egypt s queen, Cleopatra,There s than one path to.
Cleopatra was the last ruler of the Macedonian dynasty of Ptolemies. Highly intelligent, she spoke many languages and was rumored to be the only Ptolemy to read and speak Egyptian. Her famous liaisons with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony had as much to do with politics as the heart. Ruthless in dealing with her enemies, many within her own family, Cleopatra steered her kingdom through difficult.
The Roman needs the Egyptian queen in his war against the Parthian Empire, and returns the rule of old Ptolemaic territories to her. 41. an elaborate coronation ceremony in which Caesarion and Alexander Helios were named King of Kings and their mother Cleopatra VII was named Queen of Kings, took place in the Egyptian capital. 31 BCE: Mark Antony and Cleopatra move to Greece, where they are.
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Antony declared Cleopatra to be Queen of Kings, Caesarion to be the true son of Caesar and King of Egypt and proceeded to bestow kingdoms of their own upon Cleopatra Selene, Alexander Helios and Ptolemy Philadelphos. Cleopatra Selene was given Crete and the Cyrenaica, both territories that were particularly associated with the families of Antony and Cleopatra. Her paternal grandfather, Marcus.