ASTERIX & OBELIX: MISSION CLEOPATRE
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May 16, 2010 at 6:09 pm
Bellucci, Cleopatra, Monica
@TheLusitanian when people have zero knowledge of a subject do a quick google search of a topic, you get ignorant comments like this as a result…
@thetruthis9 Come on guys! Buddmar has a point! The ancestry of Cleopatra was Macedonian, and so they spoke Greek. It is thought that she may have also actually spoken Egyptian, but for her family, she was unique in this matter. Royal bloodlines come and go, and Cleopatra’s ancesters took over after Alexander the Great! Ramses and Tutankhamon were not black, as they were not Nubian! Finally, for your information, my name is Marco-Antonio, and yes, I have a cousin called Cleopatra!
@buddmar I am glad someone is interested in Roman history. I´can´t remember any mention of Cleopatra en Flavius Josephus. The Jewish Antiqiuities or The Jewish War? Dio Classius is the name. Who was a Greek under Trajan. My memory is very slow. Keep on touch…
@shadedness not only Plutarch and Suetonius, but Cassius Deo (who claimed she was indeed beautiful) Flavius Josephus, and other ancient historians. One thing the historians agree is that her voice was lovely and her charm, poise, regal bearing and demeanor was unsurpassed.
Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator (the name Cleopatra means “the glory of her father”) was born in Alexandria to King Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysus Theo Philopator. Ptolemy XII was called Auletes (“the flute player” or “the piper”). An excellent history of Alexandria, “The Rise And Fall of Alexandria” is by Justin Pollard and Howard Reid … the city was laid out by Ptolemy I Soter (“the Savior”) Alexander the Great’s cousin and chief general. Ptolemy built a magnificent tomb for Alexander there.
Sure Cleopatra was Macedonian. She was heir of Ptolomeus, the Alexander the Great´s general. Indeed, she was able to speak with Caesar and Mark Antony in Latin, but she could also speak Hebrew, Egyptian, Greek, and some further languages. Indeed her charms were more of the intelectual side. We have Suetonius and Plutarch to read on what was, at least, the second-hand sources of Cleopatra´s life. She could really speak Egyptian in public but she most probably spoke Greek in the palace.
@buddmar Either you are a liar and are creating your own truth, or you are simply ignorant of historical facts…her native language was indeed Egyptian, not greek is you incorrectly stated. I hope you don’t spread this bile to the folks in Philly, that place is pitiful enough as it is…
@thetruthis9 No. You are wrong. Cleopatra’s native language was GREEK, not Egyptian. In fact she was the very first and the last monarch of the Ptolemaic Dynasty to bother to learn to speak Egyptian. She spoke at least 9 languages, among them she was fluent in Hebrew, but she was not Jewish although up to 40% of the population of Alexandria was Jewish. May I suggest you start reading the 100s of biographies of Cleopatra? We are having a Cleopatra exhibit @ museum here in Philly, I will lecture.
@buddmar you may want to re-visit your history lmao…cleopatra’s native language was egyptian…not greek…egypt modeled it’s self after the negus of ethiopia. you could only be considered negus if you were born into the royal family, just as you could only be pharaoh by being a descendant of the royal bloodline…this is why brothers and sisters intermarried…no there where no white negus or pharaohs…lmaooo…next you will tell me ramses & king tut was white too…
@thetruthis9 Cleopatra, her parents, grandparents, and ancestors were all Macedonian Greeks and yes, were “white.” Remember, Alexandria was a Hellenistic Greek colony, the people spoke Greek and worshiped Greek gods. The very name “Cleopatra” is a Greek name (her full name was Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator).
I think that some of the clothes are a little bit to modern for the time period that it takes place, ecpecially the last black and white one.
she is sooooo hoooooooottttttt
mes turim savo nuosava kleo:DDD
well if you’re gonna have a white cleopatra, i guess she’s a good a choice as any…
I LOVE the costumes, they are fantastic
Monica u r soooo beautiful
ASTERIX & OBELIX isnt known for his historical accuracy.
keep in mind that she’s acting as the cleopatra as she apears in the asterix comics and not the real cleopatra. take caesar as another example, i don’t think the real julius caesar was like the one shown in this movie but they both, cleopatra and caesar, fit quite well to their comic original
If you guys want to know the song:
Tony Esposito – Italo Medley
O she is absolutely beautiful, i can’t take my eyes off of her but she doesn’t seem to fit the role. I always imagine Cleopatra to more of a mental seductress then a physical one. Monica here looks like she posing and she looks very soft, I want to see some hardness in her eyes at the least and I just can’t seem to find it.
thank you very much!
Kalimba de Luna
Elizabeth Taylor was far more beautiful.
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my dick explodet… il mio cazzo scoppia
it’s called Shoot Em up.
oh my cock is erect n wanna fuck this bitch………
which film is dis?
yyeeeaaahhhhh !! 😛
ti sboro in gola minica sei la dea ti violento
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