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Cleopatra I (daughter of Antiochus the Great)
Cleopatra I (mother of Cleopatra II)
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Cleopatra (wife of Herod the Great)
CLEOPATRA (PERSON). Although borne by several minor mythological figures, the name Cleopatra (“born of a famous father”) came into prominence during the Hellenistic period mainly as a result of its close association with the royal house of Macedon. The first Cleopatra of historical note was the wife
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, Volumes I–III
CLEOPATRA (Κλεοπάτρα)
CLEOPATRA (Κλεοπάτρα). 1. Niece of Attalus, one of the generals of Philip of Macedonia. Philip married her when he divorced Olympias in b. c. 337; and, after his murder, in the next year she was put to death by Olympias, being either compelled to hang herself (Justin, ix. 7) or boiled to death in a