Cleopatra's Lost Treasure

Cleopatra's Lost Treasure


Cleopatra is one of the many women in the history of the world who have shaped and changed our views of the female gender, if indeed a pioneer in the many fields of her activities. She began to rule as queen only at the tender age of eighteen, and with her intellect and wit, she became one of the most powerful pharaohs of Egypt. She had both personal and political relationship with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, two successful and influential leaders in Rome. History has it that she took her own life by letting a poisonous asp bite her as an act of defiance against the Romans. This led to Egypt's demise, and the country fell under the power of the Roman Empire. But who is she really? Why is it important that we know her story? What is her true story? What was she like as a ruler, a queen, a mother, and most importantly, a woman? Fred Graham-Yooll gives you the account of her life as a girl and her transformation to a powerful woman and ruler. Read on as he describes the journeys she took, the decisions she made, and the personality she exudes. Plunge yourself in a story that is not only educational but inspiring as well.

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Fred Graham-Yooll
Paperback | 418 pages
152 x 229 x 24mm | 608g
Publication date
05 Feb 2015
Page Publishing, Inc.
Illustrations note
Illustrations, black and white