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Who Was Cleopatra?

Who Was Cleopatra? | History | Smithsonian..coin found in 1972 of Cleopatra.

Rarely Seen “Enchanted” Moments of World History (Megapost) | Earthly Mission (to Extract the Juice of the Internet)London pub 1898

The fatal impact impression of Zeppelin commander Oberleutnant-zur-See Werner Peterson who chose to jump to his death rather than burn up with his ship, the L 32, 1916.

July 6, 1944 - The Hartford Circus Fire, which occurred in Hartford, Connecticut, was one of the worst fire disasters in the history of the United States. The fire occurred during an afternoon performance of the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus that was attended by approximately 7,000 people. An estimated 167-169 people died and over 700 were injured.#scenesofnewenland #soNE #soCThistory #soCT #Connecticut #CT #history

1890 Locomotive Black Hills. "Giant Bluff." Elk Canyon on Black Hills and Ft. P. R.R. It was made in 1890 by Grabill, John C. H., photographer.

The suit and hat worn by Abraham Lincoln on the night of his assassination. Photograph made by the Smithsonian, circa 1890.

Portrait bust of Cleopatra VII on display in the British Museum by Ahala, via Flickr Contrary to pop culture, Cleopatra was not a beautiful women. The idea of her as a knockout is because of her ability to persuade Caesar and Antony. She had a very large nose and it was stated that she had crooked eyes.