Welcome to Cleopatra' Chamber!

I'm a tottaly Cleopatramaniac, so you can see anything about her, her family and era in this place.

If you speak portuguese, visit my ptolemaic blog: ptolomaeia

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  • onceuponastylish.com/
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  • craziestcatlady.tumblr.com/
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    4:38 AM
    June 24th, 2014

    Did you already know my fashion history dolls? No?
    Well… I have this project a long long time ago, of making all main icons of fashion history in dolls, reproducing all the look (clothes, hair, make up, stuffs…). An of course, Cleopatra is among them (Liz and Leonor)!

    If you wanna know my Fashion Online better, I have a DeviantArt and a Facebook page where I post all the fashion history dolls ;)

    Be wecome! :D

    4:25 AM
    June 24th, 2014
    I’m still waintig for Angelina as Cleopatra!


    I’m still waintig for Angelina as Cleopatra!

    7:09 AM
    January 30th, 2014

    Anonymous wrote...
    How accurate were the sets in the 1963 version of Cleopatra?


    Not very much. The story is based on the real one, but a lot of facts are changed to let the movie more grandious! ;)

    7:08 AM
    January 30th, 2014

    Anonymous wrote...
    Can I give you a couple of pix of Cleopatra? They're from an old British encyclopedia - Ridpath's, from the 19th Century. They're both of the same scene, "Cleopatra meets Octavian" after she and Anthony have lost everything. I edited the original, to give Octavian a little more to resist.


    Sure! But how?

    7:08 AM
    January 30th, 2014

    Anonymous wrote...
    Já leu Antônio e Cleópatra do Shakespeare? E o que você acha do Marco Antônio?


    Tenho o livro, mas ainda não li. Sim, é uma vergonha, eu sei! rsrs

    5:09 AM
    October 31st, 2013

    Cleopatra, Patracleo…

    4:05 AM
    October 3rd, 2013
    John Collier: The Death of Cleopatra (1890)


    John Collier: The Death of Cleopatra (1890)

    5:18 AM
    September 18th, 2013

    Pharaohlicious!

    4:29 AM
    April 28th, 2013
    suffragettebarbie:

Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra™
Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra — her magnificent golden costume is re-created here in splendid detail. Cleopatra’s luxurious gown has a dramatic “feather” cloak that surrounds her like the wings of a bird. Her spectacular headdress features cobra symbols that protect royalty, a sun disk enclosed in horns, identifying her with the goddess Isis, and a large double feather representing cosmic harmony.The meticulous sculpting of our Cleopatra doll captures the stunning likeness of Elizabeth Taylor. Her face is painted so realistically that every detail is authentic to the movie - from the incredibly fine glitter eye shadow and heavy kohl liner to the exact shade of violet for her eyes. She is an amazing tribute to Elizabeth Taylor in one of her most glamorous roles.


    suffragettebarbie:

    Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra

    Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra — her magnificent golden costume is re-created here in splendid detail. Cleopatra’s luxurious gown has a dramatic “feather” cloak that surrounds her like the wings of a bird. Her spectacular headdress features cobra symbols that protect royalty, a sun disk enclosed in horns, identifying her with the goddess Isis, and a large double feather representing cosmic harmony.

    The meticulous sculpting of our Cleopatra doll captures the stunning likeness of Elizabeth Taylor. Her face is painted so realistically that every detail is authentic to the movie - from the incredibly fine glitter eye shadow and heavy kohl liner to the exact shade of violet for her eyes. She is an amazing tribute to Elizabeth Taylor in one of her most glamorous roles.

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    2:48 AM
    December 20th, 2012

    Thanks for answering my question. I am part Macedonian Greek. I've been raisied knowing that she was Macedonian, not Egyptian, Nubian or Ethiopian. I just wanted to see what you thought. It's actually amazing to find someone that agrees with me. :)


    I’m glad when I meet other people who know a litle bit of Cleopatra’s real history. The ethnic question it was always controversy, despite very obvious. People want things to be like they wish they were, and that’s the why they want so badly an egyptian native Cleopatra and not a macedonian greek queen. For the most of people, do imagine Cleopatra as a greek, possibly blond with blue or green eyes, is something inconceivable. ;)

    I loved to know you are part macedonian greek! Greece is one of the places I really want to visit someday ;)