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Kleopatra VII. Philopator herrschte als letzte Königin des ägyptischen Ptolemäerreiches und zugleich als letzter weiblicher Pharao von 51 v. Chr. bis 30 v. Chr. In den ersten vier Jahren regierte sie zunächst gemeinsam mit ihrem Bruder Ptolemaios. Kleopatra VII. Philopator (griechisch Κλεοπάτρα Θεά Φιλοπάτωρ; * 69 v. Chr. in Alexandria; † August 30 v. Chr. ebenda) herrschte als letzte Königin des ägyptischen Ptolemäerreiches und zugleich als letzter weiblicher Pharao von. Im Oktober erschien mit Königin des Nils: Kleopatra ein Add-on zu Pharao. Es beinhaltete unter. Kleopatra war die Tochter des ägyptischen Pharaos Ptolemaios XII. Schon seit über Jahren war die Familie, die ursprünglich aus Griechenland stammte. Wie der Pharao aussah. Als Liebling der Götter trugen die Pharaonen die gleichen Insignien wie diese. Einen falschen Bart, einen Tierschwanz an seinem.
Kleopatra lebte und regierte zur Zeit der Ptolemäer, eine Herrscherdynastie in Ägypten griechischer Herkunft. Diese waren zwar Pharaonen aber auch. Wie der Pharao aussah. Als Liebling der Götter trugen die Pharaonen die gleichen Insignien wie diese. Einen falschen Bart, einen Tierschwanz an seinem. Pharao - Königin des Nils Kleopatra. +. Pharao. Gesamtpreis: ,50 €. Beides in den Einkaufswagen. Diese Artikel werden von verschiedenen Verkäufern.
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In 58 BCE, her father fled Rome to escape the anger of his people for the failing economy. Cleopatra, about 9 years old at the time, likely went with him.
Ptolemy then married his son, about 9 years old, to his remaining daughter, Cleopatra, who was by this time about When Cleopatra VII took the double crown, Egypt was still facing the financial issues that her predecessors had created—Julius Caesar was owed Drought, failed crops, and food shortages were becoming more serious, and by 48 BCE the Nile flood was extremely low.
Cleopatra set about restoring the bull cult; but the largest issue was the presence in her kingdom of Ptolemy XIII, only about 11 years old at the time.
Ptolemy had the support of his tutor Potheinos and a powerful set of advisers, including many of the top generals, and by the autumn of 50 BCE, Ptolemy XIII was in the dominant position in the country.
In the meantime, Ptolemy's advisers were becoming alarmed at the rise in turmoil in the Roman Empire, and seeking to back away from that conflict, they had Pompey assassinated and his head sent to Caesar.
Shortly thereafter, Julius Caesar arrived in Alexandria. He sent messages to Cleopatra and Ptolemy, asking them to disband their armies and reconcile with one another; Ptolemy kept his army but came to Alexandria, while Cleopatra set messengers and then came herself to see Caesar.
Cleopatra, according to the stories, had herself delivered to Julius Caesar's presence in a rug and won his support.
Caesar never formally accepted paternity, but he did take Cleopatra to Rome that year, also taking her sister, Arsinoe, and displaying her in Rome as a war captive.
That he was already married to Calpurnia yet Cleopatra claimed to be his wife added to political tensions in Rome that ended with Caesar's assassination in 44 BCE.
She established her son as her co-ruler Ptolemy XV Caesarion. When the next Roman military governor of the region, Marc Antony, demanded her presence—along with that of other rulers who were controlled by Rome—she arrived dramatically in 41 BCE and managed to convince him of her innocence of charges about her support of Caesar's supporters in Rome, captivated his interest, and gained his support.
Cleopatra bore twins to Antony. They had a daughter in 39 BCE. In 37 BCE Antony returned to Antioch, Cleopatra joined him, and they went through a sort of marriage ceremony the following year.
That year of that ceremony, another son was born to them, Ptolemy Philadelphus. Marc Antony formally restored to Egypt—and Cleopatra—territory which the Ptolemy's had lost control of, including Cyprus and part of what is now Lebanon.
He affirmed the joint rulership of Cleopatra and her son, Caesarion, recognizing Caesarion as the son of Julius Caesar.
Antony's relationship with Cleopatra—his supposed marriage and their children, and his granting of territory to her—was used by the Roman emperor Octavian to raise Roman concerns over his loyalties.
Antony was able to use Cleopatra's financial support to oppose Octavian in the Battle of Actium 31 BCE , but missteps—probably attributable to Cleopatra—led to defeat.
Cleopatra tried to get Octavian's support for her children's succession to power but was unable to come to an agreement with him.
In 30 BCE, Marc Antony killed himself, reportedly because he'd been told that Cleopatra had been killed, and when yet another attempt to keep power failed, Cleopatra killed herself.
Also, with this upgrade, you can now play the missions included in Pharaoh in any order without completing the campaign. Enhancements to the original game include the addition of the zoo to the missions Bubastis and Hetepsenusret building at least one is necessary to attain the required Culture Rating , faster pyramid construction and pop-up message control.
New enemies introduced in Cleopatra: Queen of the Nile -- Official Pharaoh Expansion include Assyrians, Persians, Phoenicians and Romans possible allies at times as well as tomb robbers.
Other added features are new beasts e. Seven of the missions in Cleopatra: Queen of the Nile are timed and consist of two types: survival 4 and time limit 3.
In the former, at the end of a given time limit assuming your city still exists , you must meet or exceed pre-set ratings in various areas.
In the latter, victory is claimed immediately upon meeting or exceeding all required ratings. Another new feature is the allowance to carry over from mission to mission within campaigns only certain properties including family savings, some troops and monuments.
Whether constructing tombs in the Valley of the Kings or building the Lighthouse of Alexandria, battling Octavian or plagues, or simply beautifying and establishing a solid kingdom, Cleopatra: Queen of the Nile -- Official Pharaoh Expansion offers you the chance to relive and recreate history in the land of the Pharaohs.
Thanks to that Impression Games pearl, millions of sim fans were able to go back in time to ancient Rome and re-live its glory, if only for a few days.
The Impression Games decided to widen their opus to other great civilizations. Such is the charm and fun of the simulation, placed in the time of ancient Egypt.
The sim was called Pharaoh, and it was met with fairly positive critique when it was released in October last year.
The official add-on to Pharaoh, Cleopatra, is none-the-worse than the original when it comes to quality of design, and maybe even better taking in consideration the gameplay value of the additional missions.
Due to its competitive release date, Pharaoh was dwarfed by some of the bigger Christmas hits. Unfortunately, some of the game's novelties were overshadowed because of it.
The biggest novelty Pharaoh introduced, in regard to Caesar III, was the excellent historical background. Let me remind those that played it, but forgot what's it like to be Pharaoh, ruling the hot sands by the Nile and all, of the plot It is taking place through three actual periods of the Egyptian history: Old, Middle and New Kingdom.
Those periods were divided into sub-periods, so history connoisseurs had a full treat. In compliance with history, the player starts off as a leader of a nomad tribe, and gradually climbs up the social ladder, to end up as the Supreme Ruler of Egypt-the Pharaoh.
After choosing a set of parameters and modes from the main menu, the player controls an Egyptian settlement.
Similar to any other God-Sim, the key to progress is in the finances. The player starts off with comforting basic needs of the population food, water, cookies In order for the citizens to supply themselves with everything necessary, you have to have a healthy industry that will export more than you import.
If there is a deficit, you will have to cover it with taxes. Jewelry makes most lucrative export because its hard to obtain or papyrus which is primary export goods , as well as stone blocks.
Of course, initially you are forced to import since some of the goods are impossible to obtain in your city. Cleopatra is an add-on to the basic Pharaoh game.
That means that you have to have the Pharaoh already installed on your hard-drive, while the music and other data are downloaded from the Cleopatra CD.
Apart from the known options of the old campaigns in Pharaoh, Cleopatra offers four brand-spankin' new campaigns for us to toy with.
The add-on follows the timelines of the original, continuing with the progress through the history of Egypt.
You can continue playing new campaigns with a dynasty built in Pharaoh, or create one from scratch, and attempt a new, and much more challenging missions in the Cleopatra Xpansion.
Except Malaria disease, now you have the Plague that decimates your population. There is also some major bad weather that will prove as an obstacle in the game.
The locusts, which will eat your crops, and the frogs, are particularly bad. The developers exhibit a fair sense of humor, so, for example, when the frogs swarm your city, each house affected by them will have a little frog on it.
The people will be dissatisfied and leave town when the frogs begin to molest them?! Then you have migrating asps They and the lions present another big obstacle, during the building phase of the game.
An even worse predicament is when the River Nile transforms into a River of Blood, and scares the socks off the population well, it would if they wore socks.
They will migrate to other settlements if the player doesn't apply some damage control and mitigate the hardships that keep hitting the town.
While the title of this game is Cleopatra, only one of the four missions actually deals with her years as leader of Egypt. In Valleys of the Kings campaign, the main objective is to build a massive graveyard with enormous tombs and gravestones.
You will carve those into the rock of the nearby hills, which will in time dwarf your settlement. The construction site will have to be guarded from potential tomb raiders that wish to rob the valuables that the Pharaoh will take with him into the afterworld.
The second campaign places the player into the sandals of the great pharaoh Ramses. His mission is to build up Egypt to the maximum, and collect as much wealth as possible.
Ancient Conquerors features military campaigns against good, old, wild tribes that will attempt everything in their power to destroy Egyptian civilization.
The last campaign is Cleopatra. The objective is to build the capitol, Alexandria, and objects within the city, like the library or the lighthouse.
The main adversaries in this campaign will be none other than Romans!