Cleopatra was one of the famous queens of ancient Egypt who ruled over Egypt. There were so many mystery and interesting stories about queen Cleopatra mentioned in the Egyptian history. According to historians, Cleopatra was the most beautiful and legendary queen in the whole of Egypt. However, in Egypt, there were many female pharaohs who ruled but the queen was different from them. Basically, we are discussing of queen Cleopatra VII who was the last female pharaoh in ancient Egypt.
If you are interested about the history of Egyptian female pharaoh Cleopatra, then you should read this article. We mention all the secret information about the queen Cleopatra VII which you don’t know before.
Nationality Of Cleopatra
Although Cleopatra was an Egyptian pharaoh, she was to born in Egypt according to the historian. She was known as the queen of Nile. Her family lived for over three hundred years in the Egypt. When historians tracked back to the real origin of cleopatra’s generation, they found that they were from the Greek Ptolemy where Alexander ruled.
The people of Greek were very open-minded and therefore, she was the first queen who adapted many country’s customs. However, she was the only member in her family who learnt the Egyptian native language. The people liked her very much.
Marriage Life Of Cleopatra
Cleopatra the queen of Egypt married two famous kings so as to get the power of the pharaoh. Her first husband was Julius Caesar king of Greek and the second one was Mark Antony. Despite the fact that, she was so beautiful and attractive that everyone gots attracted to her. She married these two kings so enhance her power. Her first born son from Julius was murdered due to power at the age of 14. She got married to Antony after the death of Julius Caesar. Hence, the son belonging to Antony got the power of the pharaoh after the death of her first son.
Mystery Of Death
If you know the Egyptian history, then you should know that the last female pharaoh (Cleopatra) died mysteriously. Her death was suicidal kind of death. This happened because she was devastated after the death of Antony. As the battle of Rome and Egypt widened, Egypt lost the battle. Whereby, in that battle, king Antony died.
According to historians, she took a cobra into her room and she died due to the bite of that cobra. During that time there was no poison, so she decided to take the snake bite. Thus, that’s the history of the last queen who was the leader of ancient Egypt in the historical period of 30 BC.