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Her notorious affair with Julius Caesar, both in Egypt and Rome, led to the birth to her son, Caesarion.
However, after Caesar was assassinated, Cleopatra returned to Egypt where she became romantically and politically involved with Marc Antony.
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Hughes-Hallett: Cleopatra, Histories Dreams and Distortions Michael Grant: Cleopatra Daughters of Isis: Women of Ancient Egypt, Joyce Tydlesley Women in Ancient Egypt, Gay Robins Mistress of the House, Mistress of Heaven: Women in Ancient Egypt, ed.
When Caesar prevailed over Antony, Cleopatra took her own life.
She has however since gained considerable claim in art, literature and film.