Caesarion


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Caesarion:

see Ptolemy XVPtolemy XV
(Ptolemy Caesarion), 47–30 B.C., son of Cleopatra and (almost certainly) Julius Caesar. He became joint ruler with his mother, but played no role in the great and tragic events that brought Egypt and Cleopatra to their doom.
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I did know I was more uncomfortable than I had been with Caesarion, who was a breeze.
on the southwest side of the exterior wall of the naos is the well-known representation of the famous Queen Cleopatra VII and Caesarion, her son from Julius Caesar.
She persuasively argues that the temple was dedicated to Cleopatra, the New Isis, and her son by Julius Caesar, Caesarion, the New Horus, marking his passage to adulthood.
While Caesarion was murdered under Octavian's orders, the lives of the three offsprings of Cleopatra and Antony were spared.
domestica, and Orthellia caesarion (Diptera Muscidae), Ann.
Her eldest son and consort after the death of her youngest brother was Ptolemy XV Caesar or Caesarion, the son of Julius Caesar.
That long siege of Alexandria was evidently not without entertainment, since the next summer, in 47 BC, Cleopatra had a son, named Ptolemy Caesarion, sealing the liaison.
They also found a colossal stone head believed to be of Caesarion, son of Cleopatra and previous lover Julius Caesar, and two sphinxes, one of them probably representing Cleopatra's father, Ptolemy XII.
In 47BC, the medical doctors in ancient Kemet delivered Cleopatra VII's son named Caesarion ("Little Caesar").
Vorenus flees with Caesar's supposed heir Caesarion and Pullo is ordered to track them.
Before facing an emotional reunion with his children, Vorenus flees with Caesar's supposed heir Caesarion, and Pullo is ordered to track them.