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Cleopatras Number Of Children Statistics

Cleopatra had four children - one son with Julius Caesar and three children with Mark Antony.

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"Cleopatra had 4 children in total."

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"Cleopatra's first child, Caesarion, was born in 47 BC."

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"Cleopatra's second, third, and fourth children, Alexander Helios, Cleopatra Selene II, and Ptolemy Philadelphus, were born in 40 BC."

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"Alexander Helios, Cleopatra's eldest son with Mark Antony, disappeared from historical record in 25 BC."

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"Cleopatra Selene II, one of Cleopatra's daughters, became a prominent Queen of Mauretania."

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"Cleopatra's youngest child, Ptolemy Philadelphus, was only 10 when his mother died."

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"Cleopatra's son Caesarion was sole ruler of Egypt for 18 days after her death before being executed by Octavian."

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"All of Cleopatra's children, except Caesarion, were raised in Rome under Octavian (later renamed Augustus)."

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"Cleopatra's daughter Selene II was married to King Juba II of Numidia."

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"Cleopatra's children Alexander Helios and Cleopatra Selene II were made by Antony rulers of Armenia and Cyrenaica respectively."

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"Caesarion, Cleopatra's eldest son, was regarded co-ruler with his mother for a brief period before her demise."

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"Ptolemy Philadelphus, Cleopatra’s youngest son, was named king of Syria and Asia Minor by his father, even though he never really reigned there."

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"Caesarion was the only child Cleopatra had with Julius Caesar."

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"Cleopatra's son with Julius Caesar, Caesarion, was also known as "Ptolemy XV Philopator Philometor Caesar"."

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"Cleopatra's other three children were fathered by Mark Antony."

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"Together with Cleopatra, Antony had made arrangements for the descent of their territories to Alexander Helios, Cleopatra Selene II, and Ptolemy Philadelphus."

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"Cleopatra's son, Caesarion, was declared "king of kings" by Cleopatra but was killed following Octavian's conquest of Egypt."

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"Cleopatra's daughter, Cleopatra Selene II, was made queen of Mauretania by Caius Julius Sohaemus and Augustus following her mother's death."

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"Cleopatra’s children, except Caesarion, were brought up in the imperial household of Rome, most likely by Octavia Minor, Antony's former wife."

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"The twins, Alexander Helios and Cleopatra Selene II, on the Donations of Alexandria document in 34 BC, were designated as "Sun" and "Moon" respectively."

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