Cleopatra (6930 B.C.)

Cleopatra (Cleopa`tra) , Queen of Egypt, a woman distinguished for her beauty, her charms, and her amours; first fascinated Cæsar, to whom she bore a son, and whom she accompanied to Rome, and after Cæsar's death took Mark Antony captive, on whose fall and suicide at Actium she killed herself by applying an asp to her arm, to escape the shame of being taken to Rome to grace the triumph of the victor (6930 B.C.).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cleon * Cleopatra's Needle
Clement, Jacques
Clement, St.
Clementi, Muzio
Clementine, the Lady
Cleobulus
Cleom`brotus
Cleome`des
Cleomenes
Cleomenes
Cleon
Cleopa`tra
Cleopatra's Needle
Clerc
Clerfayt, Comte de
Clerk, John, of Eldin
Clerk, John
Clerkenwell
Clermont, Robert, Comte de
Clermont Ferrand
Clermont-Tonnerre
Clery

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