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Cleopatra: being an account of the fall and vengeance of harmachis, the royal egyptain, as set forth - Cleopatra, Being An Account Of The Fall - H Rider H.



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Bookseller: D&D Galleries - ABAA
Address: Somerville, NJ, U.S.A.
AbeBooks Bookseller Since: November 6, 1998

Prices net to all. Discount offered to the trade on orders over $100 please inquire. Postage $4.25 for the first book, $1 for each additional book. ALL SHIPMENTS SHIPPED USPS MEDIA RATE POST. PRIORITY EXTRA. Most books shipped within 24 hours; Deferred billing to institutions. NY and NJ state residents will be charged applicable sales tax. VISA/MC accepted, personal checks/money orders as well as PayPal.

Most books shipped within 24 hours! EU customers - items shipped via EXPRESS international freight and delivered through the Royal Mail postal system.

Bookseller: D&D Galleries - ABAA
Address: Somerville, NJ, U.S.A.
AbeBooks Bookseller Since: November 6, 1998

The last queen of Egypt, Cleopatra VII committed suicide in 30 BC, having been defeated by Rome. We have rarely lost sight of her since, which is hardly surprising; even in her lifetime, she was the object of speculation and veneration, gossip and legend.

A goddess as a child, a queen at 18, she was a celebrity soon thereafter; her decisions were the stuff of ancient headlines. Over the centuries she has continued to enchant for a host of other reasons as well. She invites us to conjure with the thorny issues of gender and power, culture and geography, men and women. What to make of an absurdly rich, eastern, female sovereign who very nearly determined the fate of the western world? It helps that she allied herself with -- and had children by -- the two most influential men of her time, Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, relationships that play out, dramatically and poetically if not necessarily historically, as love stories.

The Renaissance was obsessed with Cleopatra, the Romantics yet more so. Ultimately everyone from Michelangelo to Gerome, from Corneille to Brecht got a crack at her. She sent even Shakespeare over the top, eliciting from him his greatest female role, his richest poetry, a full, Antony-less last act, and, in the estimation of one critic, a rollicking tribute to guilt-free middle-aged adultery.

Uploaded by Marlete Kurten on June 10, 2010

Prices net to all. Discount offered to the trade on orders over $100 please inquire. Postage $4.25 for the first book, $1 for each additional book. ALL SHIPMENTS SHIPPED USPS MEDIA RATE POST. PRIORITY EXTRA. Most books shipped within 24 hours; Deferred billing to institutions. NY and NJ state residents will be charged applicable sales tax. VISA/MC accepted, personal checks/money orders as well as PayPal.

Most books shipped within 24 hours! EU customers - items shipped via EXPRESS international freight and delivered through the Royal Mail postal system.

Bookseller: D&D Galleries - ABAA
Address: Somerville, NJ, U.S.A.
AbeBooks Bookseller Since: November 6, 1998

The last queen of Egypt, Cleopatra VII committed suicide in 30 BC, having been defeated by Rome. We have rarely lost sight of her since, which is hardly surprising; even in her lifetime, she was the object of speculation and veneration, gossip and legend.

A goddess as a child, a queen at 18, she was a celebrity soon thereafter; her decisions were the stuff of ancient headlines. Over the centuries she has continued to enchant for a host of other reasons as well. She invites us to conjure with the thorny issues of gender and power, culture and geography, men and women. What to make of an absurdly rich, eastern, female sovereign who very nearly determined the fate of the western world? It helps that she allied herself with -- and had children by -- the two most influential men of her time, Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, relationships that play out, dramatically and poetically if not necessarily historically, as love stories.

The Renaissance was obsessed with Cleopatra, the Romantics yet more so. Ultimately everyone from Michelangelo to Gerome, from Corneille to Brecht got a crack at her. She sent even Shakespeare over the top, eliciting from him his greatest female role, his richest poetry, a full, Antony-less last act, and, in the estimation of one critic, a rollicking tribute to guilt-free middle-aged adultery.

Uploaded by Marlete Kurten on June 10, 2010

Available from the start Imperial Privilege A Recovers own HP.
60% Chance to increase own attack for 3 turns.
60% Chance to increase own defense for 3 turns. Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Attack + 20% 22% 24% 26% 28% 30% 32% 34% 36% 40% Defense + 20% 22% 24% 26% 28% 30% 32% 34% 36% 40% Heal + 1000 HP 1200 HP 1400 HP 1600 HP 1800 HP 2000 HP 2200 HP 2400 HP 2600 HP 3000 HP Cooldown 7 6 5

Unlocks after 1st Ascension Golden Rule (Wealth & Body) B Increases own NP generation rate for 3 turns.
Charges own NP gauge by 10% every turn for 3 turns.
Recovers own HP every turn for 3 turns. Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 NP Rate + 20% 22% 24% 26% 28% 30% 32% 34% 36% 40% Heal + 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 Cooldown 8 7 6

Unlocks after 3rd Ascension Divine Protection of The Goddess C Grants self Invincibility for 1 turn.
Removes own debuffs.
Gains critical stars. Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Stars + 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 Cooldown 8 7 6

Prices net to all. Discount offered to the trade on orders over $100 please inquire. Postage $4.25 for the first book, $1 for each additional book. ALL SHIPMENTS SHIPPED USPS MEDIA RATE POST. PRIORITY EXTRA. Most books shipped within 24 hours; Deferred billing to institutions. NY and NJ state residents will be charged applicable sales tax. VISA/MC accepted, personal checks/money orders as well as PayPal.

Most books shipped within 24 hours! EU customers - items shipped via EXPRESS international freight and delivered through the Royal Mail postal system.

Bookseller: D&D Galleries - ABAA
Address: Somerville, NJ, U.S.A.
AbeBooks Bookseller Since: November 6, 1998

The last queen of Egypt, Cleopatra VII committed suicide in 30 BC, having been defeated by Rome. We have rarely lost sight of her since, which is hardly surprising; even in her lifetime, she was the object of speculation and veneration, gossip and legend.

A goddess as a child, a queen at 18, she was a celebrity soon thereafter; her decisions were the stuff of ancient headlines. Over the centuries she has continued to enchant for a host of other reasons as well. She invites us to conjure with the thorny issues of gender and power, culture and geography, men and women. What to make of an absurdly rich, eastern, female sovereign who very nearly determined the fate of the western world? It helps that she allied herself with -- and had children by -- the two most influential men of her time, Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, relationships that play out, dramatically and poetically if not necessarily historically, as love stories.

The Renaissance was obsessed with Cleopatra, the Romantics yet more so. Ultimately everyone from Michelangelo to Gerome, from Corneille to Brecht got a crack at her. She sent even Shakespeare over the top, eliciting from him his greatest female role, his richest poetry, a full, Antony-less last act, and, in the estimation of one critic, a rollicking tribute to guilt-free middle-aged adultery.


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