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-- With makeup this good, even Marc Antony wouldn't be able to tell the real Cleopatra from all the imitators that are sure to be lurking around on the

Cleopatra VII Philopator (Greek: Κλεοπάτρα Φιλοπάτωρ; Late 69 BC[1] – August 12, 30 BC), known to history as Cleopatra, was the last active pharaoh of Ancient Egypt, only shortly survived by her son, Caesarion as pharaoh. The name Cleopatra is derived from the Greek name Κλεοπατρα (Kleopatra) which meant "glory of the father" in the feminine form, derived from κλεος (kleos) "glory" combined with πατρος (patros) "of the father" (the masculine form would be Kleopatros Κλεοπατρος).

Sorry Liz, but THIS is the real face of Cleopatra

A guess at Cleopatra's real face. Pieced together from images on ancient artefacts, including a ring dating from Cleopatra's reign years ago, it is the culmination of more than a year of painstaking research.

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“The Real Cleopatra Jones" - Saundra Brown, 28, the first black woman on the Oakland police force gets instructions on how to shoot a shotgun, 1970.

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Cleopatra - Egyptologist Sally Ann Ashton believes the compute regenerated 3D image is the best likeness of the legendary beauty famed for her ability to beguile.  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1095043/Sorry-Liz-THIS-real-face-Cleopatra.html#ixzz2X4ajQ1XT  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Sorry Liz, but THIS is the real face of Cleopatra

Cleopatra Egyptologist Sally Ann Ashton believes the compute regenerated image is the best likeness of the legendary beauty famed for her ability to beguile.

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Just for fun Myth Vs. I'll let the kids tell me if they think it's a Myth or Fact and why, then I'll tell them the real answer. (My have to change a few of them for the younger groups)

LBC fans think so is cute she is the real Cleopatra Jones

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The Real Cleopatra | Sorry Liz, but THIS is the real face of Cleopatra | Mail Online

Sorry Liz, but THIS is the real face of Cleopatra

The real face of Cleopatra. A Cambridge equipe worked one year to study the face of her

Detail: Image of Cleopatra on the temple walls of Dendera

Sorry Liz, but THIS is the real face of Cleopatra

The Real Cleopatra | Sorry Liz, but THIS is the real face of Cleopatra | Mail Online

Sorry Liz, but THIS is the real face of Cleopatra

The Real Face of Queen Cleopatra      Scientists believe that this 3D image of the Egyptian queen is the most realistic of all the previous versions. Composed of the fragments on ancient artifacts, including a ring with the image of Cleopatra, referring to her reign more than 2000 years ago, the 3D-portrait is the culmination of 1-year-long research.

Real Face of Queen Cleopatra Scientists believe that this image of the Egyptian queen is the most realistic of all the previous versions.

French Marine archaeologist Frank Goddio explains text on the stele of Heracleion

Mapped for the first time, the real-life Atlantis: 3D map shows how Egyptian trade centre buried for 1,200 years would have looked

*HERACLEION ~ An ancient sunken city has been found off the Egyptian coast and its treasures uncovered by French underwater archaeologist Franck Goddio.

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