Ki̱liyopatra

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Ghwughwu a̱khwukhwop mabut Rom si̱ a̱pyia̱ Ki̱liyopatra VII á̱ tyai mami Altes Museum ma̱ a̱keang Berlin

Ki̱liyopatra VII Filopato (Helen: Κλεοπάτρα Φιλοπάτωρ, Kleopatra Philopator;[1]) ku yet A̱gwam-a̱byii̱k Tyok Ptolemait si̱ Ma̱sa̱r wa, a̱wot a̱ si̱ yet a̱tsak a̱tyuba̱ngtyok ngaan a̱byin wu. A̰ ku yet diplomat wa, a̱kwak a̱son a̱khwot a̱kwop a̱sa̱khwot, a̱tyulyenlilyem, ma̱ng a̱tyulyuut nkwambwat tazwa ki̱kan. A̱ ku yet a̱ka̰mbwon a̱tyia̱ a̱khwop a̱ ku ntsa Lang Á̱gwam Ptolemi wa nang á̱ ngyei Ptolemy I Soter a̱ni, a̱tyohelen Ma̱kidoniya a̱ghyang a̱ ka ngyet jenera a̱ni ma̱ng a̱kpa̱ndang cong A̱liza̱nda A̱gba̱ndang wu.[2] A̱tsak a̱lyem nggu wu ku yet Helen Koine ja, a̱woẗ nggu wa ku yet a̱tyuba̱ngtyok lang á̱gwam Ptolemi ma̱nyin a̱ myiam lyiat da̱ a̱lyem Ma̱sa̱r ka.

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  1. Hölbl (2001). p. 231. 69 BC - 10 Zwat A̱ni̱nai 30 BC
  2. Southern (2009). P. 43, a̱ ku lyuut tazwa Ptolemy I Soter a̱ni: "The Ptolemaic dynasty, of which Cleopatra was the last representative, was founded at the end of the fourth century BC. The Ptolemies were not of Egyptian extraction, but stemmed from Ptolemy Soter, a Macedonian Greek in the entourage of Alexander the Great." (di̱n Shong)

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