The Memoirs of Cleopatra: A Novel Setting & Symbolism

Margaret George
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Alexandria, Egypt

Where Cleopatra lives and rules.

The Nile

The main river through Egypt, it is used as a route for travel.

Philae

Where Cleopatra and Caesar exchange wedding vows.

Rome

Where Caesar is ruler at the time of Cleopatra's first visit and where she later returns to meet with Marc Antony.

The Tiber

The river in Rome that Cleopatra says is like a child's toy compared to the Nile of Egypt.

Tullianum Prison

Where Arinsoe is held as a Roman prisoner.

Dendera

Where Caesarion sees a depiction of himself as an adult pharaoh.

Antioch

Where Cleopatra and Antony meet after the twins are born.

The Temple of Isis

Where Cleopatra and Antony are married.

Jerusalem

Where Cleopatra meets with Herod.

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