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Cleopatra Selene: Legacy of the Sun & Moon

by Sharon M. Desruisseaux

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A story of a princess: Cleopatra Selene was the moon and a twin born along the side of her brother Alexander Helios, the sun. Their mother was the legendary last pharaoh of Egypt-Cleopatra VII. Her father, the notable Roman, Marcus Antonius. She was lavished in her childhood in the palace of Bruchion. After the death of her parents under the newly made Emperor Augustus - she is forced in captivity with the rest of her siblings. Selene then is forced into a political marriage for Rome, her conqueror, and is then thrust into a life of intrigue and adventure that brought her to Rome, Mauretania and Britania. She is a witness to incredible historical events and shines despite all that fall in her path. She is more than a queen and alot like her mother...
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