A Critical Analysis of
CLEOPATRA LIFE: STACY SCHIFF
ANTHONY EVERITT: THE LIFE OF ROME’S FIRST EMPEROR AUGUSTUS &
ANDREA OVERFIELD: THE HUMAN RECORD SOURCES OF GLOBAL HISTORY, VOLUME1
Susana E Andrade
History 4A, Sec. 1985
May 2, 2013
1. Based on your selected book, very briefly describe the scope and focus of your historian work, then, state the historian’s thesis/core argument and sub-thesis. Stacy Schiff in Cleopatra: A life present a well detailed historical past of Cleopatra the last of Egyptian queens. She married twice to a brother. She was treated brutal during the Civil war. Cleopatra only had been with two mean, Caesar and Anthony, and had a kid with Caesar according with Schiff. However she was the wealthiest ruler in the Mediterranean. In addition, Cleopatra has gone down because other funders put words in her mouth according to Schiff. Stacy Schiff argues that Cleopatra was a shrewd, strategist and an ingenious negotiator, wealthy, and very beautiful including with influential position at the age. Furthermore, Cleopatra married two romans Caesar and Anthony they made her the most influential well known women at the age. In addition, Cleopatra was one of the most famous women to have lived and ruled Egypt for twenty-two years. And die at the age of thirty-nine and many people have spoken about her during at the time and still an afterlife in history and recognized and one of the most beautiful Egyptian of the time. Although Cleopatra had a child with Caesar and--after his murder--three more with his protégé. Cleopatra had a child with Caesar and--after his murder--three more with his protégé. Though her life spanned fewer than forty years, it reshaped the contours of the ancient world. She was married twice, each time to a brother. She waged a brutal civil war against the first when both were teenagers. As Schiff mentioned on her book that Cleopatra has gone down on the history but still recognized by the one of the most important and beautiful queen of Egypt at the time. 2.
Based on your selected history book provide in detail a specific even/factor/aspect of your historian’s narrative the encapsulates his/her thesis Schiff argues that Cleopatra was a strategist and an ingenious negotiator, wealthy and very beautiful influential women in the age. Based on Schiff and Cleopatra book explains in detail of Cleopatra wealthy. As she was very wealthy that she had her on many with her face printed and where used on her life time. In addition, this many was a good explanation of her power and that she was beautiful and great negotiator. Also, she was commanding the in politics, diplomatic, governance and spoke nine languages that made her able to have good communication with her political party and group of governance. Then, she realizes a bunch of mercenaries, at a desert camps with a high temperature of heat where many would die of thirsty. However being with a lot of power she had so many enemies that where wishing to see her dead. She ends up marring the two most powerful romans at the time to become the wealthiest queen of Egypt. All her power was earned by her strategies and great negotiator and made her the most notable women in the age. Furthermore, she was a great wealthy administrator and her power made her to come to control Egypt. In addition being married by two of the wealthiest and important, like mark Antony whose virile features confirmed is purported descent from Hercules and audacious and foolhardy, joyful and artless, he made from a compelling commander according to Schiff. Furthermore, Caesar was another power roman that married Cleopatra and became more powerful than ever. Also Cleopatra was a beautiful and sensual woman that all men desire. Like Caesar and Augustus were blind by her beauty, Cleopatra obtains the power and wealthy that she wanted. But the relationship with Antony confirmed her status as the most influential woman of the...
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