The Real Cleopatra | Sorry Liz, but THIS is the real face of Cleopatra | Mail Online
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A statue of the Egyptian goddess, Isis, found in the sunken city of Heraklion. The city sank under the Mediterranean sea over 1200 years ago.  Believed to be a legend until it was discovered by accident in 2001, the city of Heraklion, home of the temple where Cleopatra was inaugurated, was one of the most important trade centres in the Mediterranean area before it disappeared into what is now the Bay of Aboukir.

A statue of the Egyptian goddess, Isis, found in the sunken city of Heraklion. The city sank under the Mediterranean sea over 1200 years ago. Believed to be a legend until it was discovered by accident in 2001, the city of Heraklion, home of the temple where Cleopatra was inaugurated, was one of the most important trade centres in the Mediterranean area before it disappeared into what is now the Bay of Aboukir.

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Only three pairs are the real burst of pharaoh tutankamun.The rest are modern fakes..guess which ones..

Only three pairs are the real burst of pharaoh tutankamun.The rest are modern fakes..guess which ones..

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When you need to get the real story about some of history's most fascinating women, call Stacy Schiff. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author's work includes Véra (Mrs. Vladimir Nabokov) and Cleopatra: A Life. In her highly anticipated new book, The Witches: Salem, 1692, Schiff focuses on an infamous and dark period of American history, especially as it relates to women: the Salem witch trials.

When you need to get the real story about some of history's most fascinating women, call Stacy Schiff. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author's work includes Véra (Mrs. Vladimir Nabokov) and Cleopatra: A Life. In her highly anticipated new book, The Witches: Salem, 1692, Schiff focuses on an infamous and dark period of American history, especially as it relates to women: the Salem witch trials.

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Uadjet, diosa predinástica del Bajo Egipto. Formaba parte del protocolo real junto a la diosa Nekhbet y se la representaba como mujer con cabeza de cobra o con la corona del Bajo Egipto (corona roja). Originalmente, fue una diosa que representó el crecimiento de la vegetación, convertida en madre y protectora del rey y de la corona del norte. Su nombre significa “La Verde”, “La del color del Papiro”, “La Vigorosa”, nombre por el cual sería diosa de los tejidos teñidos con este color .

Uadjet, diosa predinástica del Bajo Egipto. Formaba parte del protocolo real junto a la diosa Nekhbet y se la representaba como mujer con cabeza de cobra o con la corona del Bajo Egipto (corona roja). Originalmente, fue una diosa que representó el crecimiento de la vegetación, convertida en madre y protectora del rey y de la corona del norte. Su nombre significa “La Verde”, “La del color del Papiro”, “La Vigorosa”, nombre por el cual sería diosa de los tejidos teñidos con este color .

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