This is the signature of Cleopatra. An exciting document. The last Pharaoh of the Ptolemaic Dynasty of Egypt chooses as a signature the Greek word “γενέσθω”, imperative of the verb I become. A word that declares determination and dynamism, two par excellence features of this unique Queen of Alexandria. Her signature was recently found in a papyrus that had been encapsulated in the linen dressings that wrapped the body of the mummy. The text signed in this papyrus by Pharaoh Cleopatra is an official state trade agreement of Egypt. This word – the signature of the young Pharaoh of Egypt is also the title in this historical novel, which follows the first years of life in the kingdom of Lochiada since its birth in 69 BC. until at the age of 18 she wears in her head the Golden Ureal, the Egyptian Double Crown. “γενέσθω” KLEOPATRA. The thrilling journey of the young Princess of Alexandria to the power and throne of one of the most glorious countries of the Ancient World. (PRESENTATION FROM THE BACK OF THE BOOK).
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