Cleopatra, the Queen of Egypt seduced Julius Caesar to get what she wanted with Rome. Julius Caesar at the time was married and had an affair with her and later we find out shed is pregnant with his baby. This is not good in the eyes of the city because they were not on great terms,
The battle ended with a costly defeat for the Egyptians, forcing the couple to flee back to Egypt. Antony later returned to the battlefield and was falsely informed that Cleopatra is dead, upon hearing the unknowingly false information, Antony stabbed himself, committing suicide. When Cleopatra learned about her lover’s death, she then committed suicide as well, getting bitten by an Egyptian cobra. She died on August 12, 30 BC, and she and Antony were buried together, and Egypt soon became a part of the Roman Empire. Cleopatra was the last Pharaoh of
Her son was born a few months later and his name was James VI of Scotland. The men Henry betrayed soon became angry and killed him. She was soon persuaded to marry one of the men, James Hepburn. The other men became enraged with Hepburn and battled with Mary but soon Mary turned herself over to be imprisoned. During her Imprisonment, she was forced to abdicate her throne to her infant son.
Cleopatra raised an army and made a promise to return to the powers of Egypt in 48 B.C. At one point when Cleopatra and her brother ruled, he tried to ban her from Egypt. His plan to ban her was a success (Bell). Although, her brother should know that would not end that way for long. She knew the royal ways, she had a plan to come back and rule
Her only reasoning was not because of her late husband Mark Antony, as Cleopatra is not a simple but a complex human being. "Miserable Cleopatra, you are taken prisoner!" Upon which she turned quick, and, looking at Proculeius, drew out her dagger, which she had with her to stab herself. But Proculeius ran up quickly, and, seizing her with both his hands, "For shame," said he, "Cleopatra; you wrong yourself and Caesar much, who would rob him of so fair an occasion of showing his clemency, and would make the world believe the most gentle of commanders to be a faithless and implacable enemy." (Plutarch Life of Antony p.475) She was captured and quickly tried to take her life though was stopped by Proculeius.
The Nigerian area Hausa city-state was founded and ruled by her. Eight queens succeeded her. When Kings took over the ruling of these lands, a story about a snake was told to justify this change. Apparently, a Muslim stranger killed a sacred snake who had prevented getting water out of the only well. Thereafter it was ruled by
Conspiracy theories are persisting and some investigations are going on, despite so many years. Diana Spencer found death in a car accident, in Paris, the summer of 1997. Her family believed that she will have been assassinated by a member of the British royal family. Furthermore, its claimed that Diana would have written a letter 10 months before her death saying that she was in danger. Mohammed Al-Fayed, the father of Diana’s husband climbed that she was murdered due to her upcoming marriage with a Muslim.
Othera attacked Dionysus because he turned her scouts into his manic followers (serial killers without weapons and sharp nail that can cut bodies like wood). Otrera and her army retreated to the temple of Atrtermis to gain protection from the god of wine. There many other adventures later on. When Othera retired from the throne, her two daughters, Hippolyta and Penthesileia, took the throne. Hippolyta was later slain by her sister.
One person who greatly exemplified charisma was the pharaoh Cleopatra. Cleopatra was the pharaoh of Egypt from 51 BC - 30 BC and ever since shown herself as charismatic leader. An example of her charisma is when Cleopatra made many great allies including Mark Antony and Julius Caesar to help her fight wars. Julius Caesar met Cleopatra when he fled to Egypt in pursuit of his enemy Pompey who had already been killed by the Egyptians. According to Glenn who is a Los Angeles City College graduate, studied education and currently works as a tutor for school-age children and Castle who graduated with a degree in the English language and Literature and has a master’s degree in the social sciences “Specifically, for Cleopatra’s side, she saw how a Caesar’s fleet could easily return her to power which he eventually did,” (School Advisor 2018) This shows that she strategically knew to make Caesar her close friend, in return making the Egyptian military stronger.
“Et tu, Brute?” meaning even you Brutus as Caesar falls to death as he was murder by Brutus and senators on the idles of March. The reaction that comes to Caesar that surprised him was one of his good friends, Brutus, he thought he trusted was the one who betrayed him. In act three, scene one as Caesar falls to his death after Casca stabs him first as other followed along with Brutus onto the stabbing. This is leading to Caesar finding out he was betrayed by Brutus. "For Brutus, as you know was Caesar's angel.