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Исследовательская работа: 
The great female leaders who changed the course of history

1. Cleopatra

Queen CleopatraVII Philopator is known to history simply as Cleopatra. (69- August 12, 30 BC).

A beauty, “a monster”, a wife
And a great queen for Caesar
Having got her power by the gods
She did not take her secrets to the tomb

But bequeathed to women forever.
What secrets did she discover to us?
What is Cleopatra`s power and success?
She could win hearts of worthy men!

Tatiana Lazrova “Cleopatra”[Translated by Akinin Mikhail]

We cannot but assume that Cleopatra was a determined queen of Macedonian descent.She was worshiped as a god and had a keen ambition to become an independent and influential leader for Egypt.

Великие женщины - Клеопатра

She remained in history as seductress whose determination and allure elevated the kingdom’s prestige and it is due to this that she is known as being one of the most powerful female leaders in all of history.

She would never let herself swept away by events but instead used them to her full advantage.

She used events such as her banishment to Syria, alliance with Julius Caesar and her relationship with Mark Antony, all to advance in her political status.

Thus she went to many great lengths to obtain and retain sources of power. Alongside this vaulting ambition and vision, Cleopatra wanted Egypt to become a strong country in order to demonstrate her capabilities and control.

There is no doubt that Cleopatra was regarded as a great beauty, even in the ancient world. But as Plutarch remarks in his “Life of Antony” “there were wit, charm and sweetness in the tones of her voice" what ultimately made Cleopatra attractive. She was also known for her high intellect. Plutarch writes that she could speak at least nine languages and rarely had need of an interpreter.

[Plutarch, Life of Antony 87.1–2]

Cleopatra was a lover, warrior, and femme-fatale. Mother of a country, lover of all that brings beauty, warrior of the state, femme-fatale over all men; this was Cleopatra Queen of the Nile.

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