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Deutsch: Marmorbüste Kleopatra VII. von Ägypten, entstanden 40-30 v.Chr./ Marble bust of Cleopatra VII of Egypt from 40-30 BC
English: An ancient Roman bust of Ptolemaic ruler Cleopatra VII of Egypt wearing a royal diadem band over her hair; dated to the mid-1st century BC (i.e. around the time of her visit to Rome), it was discovered in a villa along the Via Appia. It is now located in the Altes Museum, Berlin, in the Antikensammlung Berlin collection.

Sources:

  • Polo, Francisco Pina (2013), “The Great Seducer: Cleopatra, Queen and Sex Symbol”, in Seduction and Power: Antiquity in the Visual and Performing Arts[1], London: Bloomsbury Academic, ISBN 9781441190659, pages 184–186
  • Roller, Duane W. (2010) Cleopatra: a biography, Oxford: Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-536553-5, page 54
  • Jones, Prudence J. (2006) Cleopatra: a sourcebook[2], Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, ISBN 9780806137414, page 33
  • Hölbl, Günther (2001) A History of the Ptolemaic Empire, London: Routledge, ISBN 9780415201452, page 234
  • Datum 40-30 v. Chr. / 40-30 BC / spätptolemäisch / late Ptolemaic dynasty
    Fons own work / Altes Museum Berlin (Berliner Museumsinsel)
    Auctor Louis le Grand
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