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- ISBN: 9781601529480
- ISBN: 1601529481
- Physical Description: 80 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color map ; 25 cm.
- Publisher: San Diego, CA : ReferencePoint Press, 
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Growing up in Rome's shadow -- Securing powerful allies -- Proving herself an effective ruler -- Challenging the might of Rome -- Creating a legend for the ages.
Cleopatra VII, a Greek woman who became Egypt s last pharaoh, was arguably the most famous woman of ancient times. Smart, resourceful, and bold, she sought world domination by allying herself with two of the three strongest Roman men of her day Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. Her downfall came at the hands of the third most powerful Roman Octavian, who would later become Augustus, the first Roman emperor.
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