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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Cleopatra 778172The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Cleopatra Cleopatra (klē′ṓ-pā′trắ), daughter of the Egyptian
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  • The Encyclopedia Americana Cleopatra 777111The Encyclopedia Americana — Cleopatra CLEOPATRA, klē-ō-pā'trạ, the name of several Egyptian princesses
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  • The New International Encyclopædia Cleopatra 777814The New International Encyclopædia — Cleopatra CLE'OPA'TRA (Gk. Κλεοπάτρα). The name of several
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  • creatures like mice. Hist. Nat. ix, 84. So Shakespeare, Antony and Cleopatra, II, vii, 29. 199. gentle shepheard. In this pastoral simile, Spenser imitates
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  • For works with similar titles, see Cleopatra. Cleopatra  (1889)  by H. Rider Haggard 53543CleopatraH. Rider Haggard1889 My dear Mother, I
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  • X. Soter II. (Lathyrus), or B.C. 48, the fourth of Ptolemy XIV. and Cleopatra VII. But the statement itself is unreliable. Of greater value is the preface
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  • eventually also in metal. In the latest series, the money of the famous Cleopatra VII., it is interesting to note the Egyptian variety of her head, also occurring
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  • attendant on Cleopatra MARDIAN, attendant on Cleopatra SELEUCUS, treasurer to Cleopatra DIOMEDES, attendant on Cleopatra A SOOTHSAYER A CLOWN CLEOPATRA, Queen
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  • Alexander, ruled Cyprus. Cleopatra compelled Soter to divorce his sister-wife Cleopatra and marry another sister, Selene. Cleopatra plunged into the broils
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  • The Encyclopedia Americana Volume VII: Civil list - Coronium 680495The Encyclopedia Americana — Volume VII: Civil list - Coronium
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  • Cleopatra by H. Rider Haggard Chapter VII 191407Cleopatra — Chapter VIIH. Rider Haggard On the morrow, at dawn, Antony came forth and gave command
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  • Auld Lang Syne 1 XVIII.— La Terrasse 29 XIX.— We quarrel 47 XX.— The Cleopatra 61 XXI.— The Concert 85 XXII.— Reaction 126 XXIII.— The Letter 160 XXIV
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  • Lang Syne 165 XVII.— La Terrasse 179 XVIII.— We Quarrel 188 XIX.— The Cleopatra 196 XX.— The Concert 208 XXI.— Reaction 228 XXII.— The Letter 245 XXIII
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  • § 7. Chief Sources of the Legend. § 8. The Prologue; Legends of (1) Cleopatra; (2) Thisbe; (3) Dido; (4) Hypsipyle and Medea; (5) Lucretia; (6) Ariadne;
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  • Cleopatra by H. Rider Haggard Chapter VII 64070Cleopatra — Chapter VIIH. Rider Haggard It was night, and I sat alone in my chamber, waiting the
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  • Cleopatra by H. Rider Haggard Chapter VIII 191408Cleopatra — Chapter VIIIH. Rider Haggard On the morrow Cleopatra, having sought leave of Cæsar
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  • of Good WomenGeoffrey Chaucer1380s Prologe Balade I. The Legend of Cleopatra II. The Legend of Thisbe III. The Legend of Dido IV. The Legend of Hypsipyle
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  • Cleopatra by H. Rider Haggard Chapter VI 64069Cleopatra — Chapter VIH. Rider Haggard I stood still, plunged in thought. Then by hazard as it were
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  • Cleopatra by H. Rider Haggard Chapter VI 191406Cleopatra — Chapter VIH. Rider Haggard Now I, Harmachis, must make speed with my task, setting down
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  • Legend of Antony and Cleopatra 37 III The Development of Gaul 69 IV Nero 101 V Julia and Tiberius 143 VI Wine in Roman History 179 VII Social Development
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