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Arsinoe IV



Arsinoe IV (after 69-41): princess in the Ptolemaic Empire.

Relatives:

Main deeds:

  • After 69: Born
  • 48: Together with her brother Ptolemy XIV, Arsinoe is made queen of Cyprus by Julius Caesar
  • She flees from Alexandria and is presented by Achillas as queen and alternative for Caesar's favorite, Cleopatra VII
  • Caesar wins the civil war
  • 46: She is carried through the streets of Rome in Caesar's triumph
  • Exiled to Ephesus
  • 41: Cleopatra demands the execution of her sister; Marc Antony agrees. Arsinoe is killed in the temple of Artemis
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