Walking in Ancient Athens 420 BCE (AC Odyssey)


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Queen of Egypt from 51 to 30 BC

“Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator (Koinē Greek: Κλεοπάτρα Θεά Φιλοπάτωρ lit. Cleopatra “father-loving goddess”; 70/69 BC – 10 August 30 BC) was Queen of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt from 51 to 30 BC, and its last active ruler. A member of the Ptolemaic dynasty, she was a descendant of its founder Ptolemy I Soter, a Macedonian Greek general and companion of Alexander the Great. After the death of Cleopatra, Egypt became a province of the Roman Empire, marking the end of the last Hellenistic-period state in the Mediterranean and of the age that had lasted since the reign of Alexander (336–323 BC). Her first language was Koine Greek, and she was the only known Ptolemaic ruler to learn the Egyptian language.”

“Children” “Caesarion”



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Last pharaoh of Ptolemaic Egypt from 44 to 30 BC

“Ptolemy XV Caesar (/ˈtɒləmi/; Greek: Πτολεμαῖος Καῖσαρ, Ptolemaios Kaisar; 23 June 47 BC – August 30 BC), nicknamed Caesarion (Greek: Καισαρίων, Kaisaríōn, “Little Caesar”), was the last pharaoh of Ptolemaic Egypt, reigning with his mother Cleopatra VII from 2 September 44 BC until her death by 12 August 30 BC, then as sole ruler until his death was ordered by Octavian (who would become the first Roman emperor as Augustus).”

“Caesarion was the eldest son of Cleopatra and the only known biological son of Julius Caesar, after whom he was named. He was the last sovereign member of the Ptolemaic dynasty of Egypt.”

“After the defeat of Mark Antony and Cleopatra at the Battle of Actium in 31 BC, Cleopatra seems to have groomed Caesarion to take over as “sole ruler without his mother”. She may have intended to go into exile, perhaps with Antony, who may have hoped that he would be allowed to retire as Lepidus had. Caesarion reappears in the historical record in 30 BC, when Octavian invaded Egypt and searched for him. Cleopatra may have sent Caesarion, 17 years old at the time, to the Red Sea port of Berenice for safety, possibly as part of plans for an escape to India. Plutarch does say that Caesarion was sent to India, but also that he was lured back by false promises of the kingdom of Egypt:”

“Caesarion, who was said to be Cleopatra’s son by Julius Caesar, was sent by his mother, with much treasure, into India, by way of Ethiopia. There Rhodon, another tutor like Theodorus, persuaded him to go back, on the ground that [Octavian] Caesar invited him to take the kingdom.”

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“Julius Caesar made up Jesus Christ with Cleopatra, then plotted the World Wars”


“How strong was the case for Ptolemy XV Caesarion being the son of Julius Caesar?”


“Ptolemy XV Caesarion”


“Geography (Ptolemy)”




“5 Things You Might Not Know About Julius Caesar”




“Who was the real Cleopatra?”

“…2000 years after Cleopatra’s death…”


“Bettmann Archive/Getty Images”

“Actress Vivien Leigh in a stage version of Shakespeare’s “Antony and Cleopatra,” 1951.”


“Master charmer”

“Intelligent, competent and charismatic…”

“…three centuries after her death…”

“Political strategist”

“…a constant threat…”


“Cleopatra’s Legacy: Unraveling the Lives of Her Children, Especially Caesarion”


“Birth of Caesarion”


“Cleopatra: The Last Queen of Ancient Egypt (Facts Explained)”

“…Cleopatra then married her younger brother, Ptolemy XIV. She was 22 and he was 12.”



The Son of Cleopatra and Julius Caesar | Lost Treasures of Egypt | National Geographic

“Ptolemy (XV) Caesarion (Ptolemaios XV)”

“Caesarion (born at the 23th June 47 BC) was the son of Cleopatra VII and Caesar. The child appears early in hieroglyphic Egyptian sources as Pharaoh, and son of Caesar, whereas in Rome itself Caesar seems never to have mentioned the child. Caesarion played an important part in the political struggles after the death of Caesar because Cleopatra claimed that he was the only legal heir of Caesar. Caesarion was killed after the suicide of his mother following her defeat by Octavian (future Augustus) in 31 BC.”


I am Caesarion, known also as Ptolemy XV Philopator Philometor Caesar
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Do they have the courage to go to Hell?

“World to come”

“Belief that the current age will be replaced by a better world, age, or paradise”

“The world to come, age to come, heaven on Earth, and the Kingdom of God are eschatological phrases reflecting the belief that the current world or current age is flawed or cursed and will be replaced in the future by a better world, age, or paradise.”

“The concept is related to but differs from the concepts of heaven or the afterlife in that heaven is another place or state of existence generally seen as above the world, and the afterlife is generally an individual’s continued existence after death.[citation needed]”