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Crocodile Denarius of Cleopatra Selene II
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Crocodile Denarius of Cleopatra Selene II

Silver denarius from the reign of Juba II (r. 29 BCE - 23 CE) and Cleopatra Selene II (c. 40 - 5 BCE). Obverse: Juba II with the legend "Rex Iuba" (Latin, "King Juba"). Reverse: Egyptian crocodile with legend "Basilissa Kleopatra" (Greek...
Relief of Cleopatra VII and Caesarion at the Dendera Temple
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Relief of Cleopatra VII and Caesarion at the Dendera Temple

This relief from one of the walls of the Dendera Temple in Egypt portrays Cleopatra VII along with her son Caesarion as Pharaoh. Cleopatra had intended for her son to succeed her as ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom, however her defeat at the...
Cleopatra and Caesar
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Cleopatra and Caesar

Cleopatra Before Caesar by Jean-Léon Gérôme, oil on canvas, 1866. Cleopatra confronts Gaius Julius Caesar after emerging from a roll of carpet. The Egyptian Queen had been driven from the palace in Alexandria by her brother/husband Ptolemy...
Cleopatra as Isis-Aphrodite
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Cleopatra as Isis-Aphrodite

This black basalt statue from Egypt portrays the Ptolemaic queen Cleopatra VII as Isis-Aphrodite (c. 51-30 BCE). Most Ptolemaic queens associated themselves with the goddess but none more famously than Cleopatra. In her own lifetime, she...
Cleopatra's Nose
Imageby René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo

Cleopatra's Nose

In the comic Asterix and Cleopatra (1963), Caesar exclaims, “she is kind, but the spices that easily go up her nose... she is pretty, too, though!” The joke (translated in the English edition as “only her nose is so easily put out of joint”...
Roman Portrait of Cleopatra
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Roman Portrait of Cleopatra

This marble copy of a portrait dates to between 40-30 BCE and is believed to depict the Ptolemaic queen Cleopatra VII. The bust is in fairly good condition although the nose has broken off. A broken off piece of marble on the statue's...
Cleopatra Selene II, Boscoreale
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Cleopatra Selene II, Boscoreale

The allegorical portrait on this silver emblema dish is attributed to Cleopatra Selene II (40 BCE–c. 5 BCE), the daughter of Cleopatra VII (69-30 BCE) and Mark Antony (83–30 BCE). She wears an elephant scalp as a headdress and carries a cornucopia...
Bust of Cleopatra
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Bust of Cleopatra

Marlbe bust of Cleopatra VI of Egypt form 30-40 BC. Altes Museum Berlin.
Cleopatra VII (Artist's Impression)
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Cleopatra VII (Artist's Impression)

Artist's impression of Cleopatra VII, as depicted in the video game Assassin's Creed: Origins by Ubisoft.
Cleopatra VII
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Cleopatra VII

Cleopatra VII silver tetradrachm, 1st century BCE. (Numismatics Museum, Athens)
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