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Fri Mar 21 17:13:07 2014 UTClccn-n800671600.00T. Petronii Arbitri ... Satyricon ... cum fragmento nuper Tragurii reperto. (Cum apologia M. Statilii [pseud., i.e. P. Petit].) Accedunt diversorum poetarum Lusus in Priapum (cum integris J. Scaligeri, G. Scioppii, et F. Lindenbrogii commentariis aliorumque notis), Pervigilium Veneris, Ausonii Cento Nuptialis, Cupido Crucifixus, Epistolæ de Cleopatra, et alia nonnulla, omnia commentariis et notis doctorum virorum illustrata. Concinnante M. Hadrianide0.261.00Cleopatra /67762941Cleopatran 80067160448705Cleopatra, 69-30B.C., Ejiputo joouCleopatra, 69-30B.C., エジプト ジョオウCleopatra 7Cleopatra die Grosse v69-v30Cleopatra, Ēģiptes karaliene, 69-30 p.m.ē.Cleopatra, egyptisk drottning, 69-30 f.Kr.Cleopatra Medica v69-v30Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, d. 30 B.C.Cleopatra VII. Ägypten, Königin v69-v30Cleopatra VII, Philopator, Queen of Egypt, -30 B.C.Cleopatra VII. Philopator v69-v30Cleopatra VII. Ptolemais, Regina v69-v30Cleopatra VII, Queen of Egypt, -30 B.C.Cleopatra VII, Thea Philopator, Queen of Egypt, -30 B.C.Cléopâtre, 69-30 v. Chr.Cléopatre, Queen of Egypt, -30 B.C.Kiḷiyōpātrā, Queen of Egypt, -30 B.C.Kiliyūbatrā, 69-30 v. Chr.Kilyūbātrā, Queen of Egypt, -30 B.C.KleopatraKleopatra, 69-30 v. Chr.Kleopatra die Grosse v69-v30Kleopatra Philopator v69-v30Kleopatra, Queen of Egypt, -30 B.C.Kleopatra Tochter des Ptolemaios XII. v69-v30Kleopatra VII. Königin der Ptolemaier v69-v30Kliyūbatrā, 69-30 v. Chr.Kliyūbātrā, Queen of Egypt, -30 B.C.Клеопатра, Ēģiptes karaliene, 69-30 p.m.ē.كليوباترة، ملكة مصر، 69-30 ق.م.كليوبترا، ملكة مصر، 69-30 ق.م.كليوبطرة، ملكة مصر، 69-30 ق.م.クレオパトラlccn-n50051933Antonius, Marcus83 B.C.?-30 B.C.lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n79021400Caesar, Juliuslccn-n79006533Shaw, Bernard1856-1950lccn-n79006406Dryden, John1631-1700lccn-n50007725McCullough, Colleen1937-lccn-n94008596Schiff, Stacylccn-n50032304Burgoyne, John1722-1792np-antonius, marcus$83 30 b cAntonius, Marcus83?-30 B.C.lccn-n87937788Gregory, KristianaCleopatraQueen of Egypt-30 B.C.FictionCleopatra,--Queen of Egypt,EgyptQueensAntonius, Marcus,Rome (Empire)Caesar, JuliusRomansKings and rulersGeneralsCivil War (Rome : 43-31 B.C.)American Revolution (1775-1783)Burgoyne, John,Shakespeare, William,Civil War (Rome : 49-45 B.C.)Heads of stateNew HampshireAntony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare, William)Art, Roman--Egyptian influencesInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Queens--BiographyPlutarchSuetonius,Franzero, Carlo Maria,Appianus,--of AlexandriaMan-woman relationshipsActium, Battle of (31 B.C.)AssassinationTelevision adaptationsUnited StatesEnglish dramaLiteratureTragedyTheaterAugustus,--Emperor of Rome,StatesmenHistorical drama, EnglishYoung adult drama, EnglishHistorical dramaHistorical fictionManners and customsEnglish literatureFrench fictionTelevision playsPromptbooksShakespeare playsEnglish drama--Early modern and ElizabethanDiariesCaesar and Cleopatra (Shaw, Bernard)Motion picturesStreaming video15501551155215661594159515971598159916011602161116311632163816391642165216531655166116631665166616681669167516771678168016831687168916921696169817001701170217031708170917101717172017221723172517271728173017311734173517361740174217431747174817491750175117521755175717581759176017631764176517681774177617771778178217841786178817891790179117921793179517971800180118041805180618071808180918101811181318141816181818191821182518271828183318351836183818401845184718511852185318541855185618571858185918601863186418651866186718701872187318741875187618771878187918801881188218851887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201415975016743927618.1PR1121ocn046870537ocn320700158ocn081691497ocn764760377Queens101ocn046870537rcrd19990.18Bedrock rocks!93ocn014294694book15660.95Gynaeciorum, hoc est, de mulierum tum aliis, tum gravidarum, parientium & puerperarum affectibus & morbis, libri veterum ac recentiorum aliquot, partim nunc primum editi, partim multo quam antea castigatioresConsidered to be the first encylopedia of gynecology and obstetrics. Complied by Conrad Gesner, but completed, with additional material, by Hans Wolf and published one year after Gesner's death. Text contains the first editon of Moschion. Cf. Garrison-Morton (5th edition), 601193ocn014237595book0.92Gynaeciorum sive de mulierum affectibus commentarii Graecorum, Latinorum, barbarorum, jam olim & nunc recens editorum: in tres [i.e. quatuor] tomos digesti, et necessariis passim imaginibus illustrati71ocn034209720book19720.98Ahuja, Rosano LalaKalīūpaitarā dā dukhānta41ocn020625861book19540.94Jepsen, Hans LyngbyNilens dronning, Kleopatra43ocn620146902book15970.47Spach, IsraelGynaeciorum siue De mulierum tum communibus, tum grauidarum, parientium, et puerperarum affectibus & morbis : libri Graecorum, Arabum, Latinorum veterum et recentium quotquot extant, partim nunc primùm editi, partim verò denuò recogniti, emendati, necesarijs imaginibus exornati, & optimoum scriptorum autoritatibus illustrati /opera & studio Israelis Spachii Med. D. & profess. Argentinensis. Autorum catalogum post praefationem inuenire licet. Additi sunt etiam indices capitum, rerum ac verborum in his memorabilium locupletissimi & fidelissimi32ocn504532117book1669Petronius ArbiterT. Petronii Arbitri ... Satyricon ... cum fragmento nuper Tragurii reperto. (Cum apologia M. Statilii [pseud., i.e. P. Petit].) Accedunt diversorum poetarum Lusus in Priapum (cum integris J. Scaligeri, G. Scioppii, et F. Lindenbrogii commentariis aliorumque notis), Pervigilium Veneris, Ausonii Cento Nuptialis, Cupido Crucifixus, Epistolæ de Cleopatra, et alia nonnulla, omnia commentariis et notis doctorum virorum illustrata. Concinnante M. Hadrianide21ocn557766373book1760CleopatraColoquio primero (segundo) y Relacion de la Comedia: Los Aspides de Cleopatra [by Francisco de Rojas Zorrilla]21ocn557766406book1905CleopatraCléopâtre. Opéra en trois actes et un prologue par August Enna. Adaptation française d'après le texte original [of A. e. Christiansen, founded on Rider Haggard's "Cleopatra"] par G. Sandré21ocn833549082book17000.47La Calprenède, Gautier de Coste deDer vortrefflichen Egyptischen Königin/ Cleopatra/ Curiöse Staats- und Liebesgeschicht : Worinnen auch zugleich die alte Römische Historien mit vorgestellet werden22ocn764760377artCleopatraDe morbis mulierum. [Fragments. Trad. italienne.]21ocn833549097book17020.47La Calprenède, Gautier de Coste deDer vortrefflichen Egyptischen Königin/ Cleopatra/ Curiöse Staats- und Liebesgeschicht : Worinnen auch zugleich die alte Römische Historien mit vorgestellet werden21ocn557766391book1810CleopatraLetra de la musica, que se canta en la famos comedia intitulada: Los Aspides de Cleopatra [by Francisco de Rojas Zorrilla]21ocn083329286book15970.92Gynaeciorum sive de mulierum tum communibus, tum gravidarum, parientium, et puerperarum affectibus & morbis : libri Graecorum, Arabum, Latinorum veterum et recentium quotquot extant, partim nunc primum editi, partim verò denuò recogniti, emendati, necessariis imaginibus exornati, & optimorum scriptorum autoritatibus illustrati21ocn027855940book1878CleopatraCleopatra's Needle; its wonderful history, and instructive lessons11ocn320700158rcrd1999Top 2000 <<the>> biggest hits of the year11ocn081740606book16520.88La Calprenède, Gaultier de CosteHymen's præludia, or, Love's master-piece being the first part of that so much admir'd romance, intituled, CleopatraFictionDevoted mainly to the love story of Tyridates, prince of Parthia, and Queen Mariamne; the remaining parts, pts. 2-6, by Loveday, 7-12, by different translators, appeared 1654-5911ocn557766492book1806Cleopatra[La Morte di Cleopatra. The Death of Cleopatra, a musical tragedy, in two acts, represented at the King's Theatre ... [By A.S. Sografi.] With many additions, and the second act almost totally altered, by S. Buonaiuti, etc. Ital. & Eng.]11ocn059076149book19881.00Weigall, Arthur E. P. BromeCleopatra11ocn837689795book17220.47Fassmann, DavidZwischen der Cleopatra, Koenigin in Egypten, Und Francisco Henr. von Montmorancy, Hertzogen von Luxembourg, auch Marschallen von Frankreich, Worinné unter andern sehr remarquablen Discoursen die wundersamen Fata, Leben und Thaten dieser beyden Personagen enthalten : Dazu kommet noch, Hanns Simplex, Welcher mit dem Luxembourg in ein artiges Gespraeche verfaellet, und mit Gewalt behaupten will, es seye wahr, was man in der Welt von diesem Marschall redet ; Nebst dem Kern derer neuesten Merckwuerdigkeiten und darueber gemachten curieusen Reflexionen9513143ocn679487890book17340.28Shakespeare, WilliamAntony and CleopatraHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFictionDramaFilm adaptationsMark Antony is supposed to be ruling the eastern Roman Empire. However, he is carrying on a torrid affair in Egypt with Cleopatra. The death of his wife, Fulvia, and the threat of a war brings him back to Rome+-+96562795465508127ocn049293039book16780.56Dryden, JohnAll for loveHistoryFictionParodies, imitations, etcDramaAdaptation of Shakespeare's Anthony and Cleopatra+-+6155548485380017ocn537308872book20100.20Schiff, StacyCleopatra : a lifeHistoryBiography"Her palace shimmered with onyx, garnet, and gold, but was richer still in political and sexual intrigue. Above all else, Cleopatra was a shrewd strategist and an ingenious negotiator. She was married twice, each time to a brother. She waged a brutal civil war against the first when both were teenagers. She poisoned the second. Ultimately she dispensed with an ambitious sister as well; incest and assassination were family specialties. Cleopatra appears to have had sex with only two men. They happen, however, to have been Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, among the most prominent Romans of the day. Both were married to other women. Cleopatra had a child with Caesar and -- after his murder -- three more with his protégé. Already she was the wealthiest ruler in the Mediterranean; the relationship with Antony confirmed her status as the most influential woman of her age. The two would together attempt to forge a new empire, in an alliance that spelled their ends. Cleopatra has lodged herself in our imagination ever since. ... Along the way, Cleopatra's supple personality and the drama of her circumstances have been lost. In a ... return to the classical sources, Stacy Schiff ... separates fact from fiction to rescue the magnetic queen whose death ushered in a new world order."-- From book jacket+-+4746551685307934ocn000187896book19170.28Shakespeare, WilliamThe tragedy of Antony and CleopatraHistoryDrama"Mark Antony, one of the three rulers of the Roman World, has become the thrall of the fascinating Cleopatra. Affairs of state call him to Rome, but the attractions of the Queen of Egypt prove impossible to resist."+-+5299637465324307125ocn153578394book20070.14McCullough, ColleenAntony and CleopatraHistoryFictionRetells the story of Antony and Cleopatra from a meticulously researched perspective that features detailed historical and psychological details about the love affair that transformed the ancient world+-+994700169624898ocn232571601book20080.25Tyldesley, Joyce ACleopatra : last queen of EgyptHistoryBiographyCleopatra is often portrayed as a woman ruled by emotion rather than reason; a queen hurtling towards inevitable self-destruction. But these tales of seduction, intrigue, and suicide by asp have obfuscated Cleopatra's true political genius. Stripping away our preconceptions, many of them as old as Egypt's Roman conquerors, Egyptologist Joyce Tyldesley offers a magnificent biography of a most extraordinary queen.--From publisher description+-+4594550195237153ocn063269120visu19630.19Mankiewicz, Joseph LCleopatraHistoryFictionDramaFilm adaptationsStory of the life of Cleopatra, queen of ancient Egypt from her ascension to the throne through her struggle for power and her loves and entanglements with Julius Caesar and Marc Anthony+-+4987348425324235769ocn046358961visu19710.28Shakespeare, WilliamAntony & CleopatraHistoryDramaFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision playsA presentation of the play by William Shakespeare228011ocn050695252book20020.16McCullough, ColleenThe October horseHistoryFictionA novel of the final days of the Roman Republic explores the love affair between Julius Caesar and Cleopatra, the assassination of Caesar, and the struggle for power that leads to the rise of the Roman Empire+-+568803931522505ocn040698446book19990.06Gregory, KristianaCleopatra VII, daughter of the NileHistoryJuvenile worksFictionDaughter of the Nile Kristiana Gregory. purple veil, Arrow at my side. She stands as tall as my waist so I rest my hand on her back as we wander about. As usual, Neva came with me. Unlike the times when we walk side by side along the beach+-+0024635405204710ocn028674657book19940.06Stanley, DianeCleopatraHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyCleopatra was not the renowned beauty of legend-her strength lay in her intelligence, courage, and charm, and she would need all three in her short and perilous reign. She became Queen of Egypt at eighteen and by twenty had been driven from her throne. But she raided an army and won the support of the great Julius Caesar, who helped her return to rule+-+353906331520087ocn405105996book20100.28Roller, Duane WCleopatra : a biographyHistoryBiographyFew personalities from classical antiquity are more famous--yet more poorly understood--than Cleopatra VII, queen of Egypt. In the centuries since her death in 30 BC, she has been endlessly portrayed in the arts and popular culture, from Shakespearean tragedy to paintings, opera, and movies. Despite the queen's enduring celebrity, however, many have dismissed her as a mere seductress. In this major new biography, Duane Roller reveals that Cleopatra was in fact a learned and visionary leader whose overarching goal was always the preservation of her dynasty and kingdom. Roller's authoritative ac+-+9800180465192872ocn002604570book19000.53Shaw, BernardThree plays for PuritansHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionDrama"Disgusted and bored by the trend for titillation and sham on the London stage, Shaw wrote these plays both to educate and entertain his audiences. In The Devil's Disciple, a clergyman turned soldier and the Shavian ideal of a Puritan hero - 'like all genuinely religious men, a reprobate and an outcast' - willingly risks his life for a stranger. Caesar and Cleopatra, a brilliant satire on contemporary Britain, contains an utterly unexpected portrait of Julius Caesar ('part brute, part woman, and part god'). In Captain Brassbound's Conversion, it is Lady Cicely's cunning manipulation of the truth that ensures that fairness, rather than justice, prevails." "Three Plays for Puritans reveals Shaw's constant delight in turning received wisdom upside down and celebrates the triumph of the individual conscience over accepted morality."--BOOK JACKET+-+437509596518492ocn000360858book19510.24Shaw, BernardSeven plays, with prefaces and notesHistoryDrama18049ocn036121002book19970.17George, MargaretThe memoirs of Cleopatra : a novelHistoryFictionCleopatra, Queen of the Nile, narrates a saga of passion, political intrigue, and suicide to avoid humiliation at the hands of the Romans+-+4092367685171567ocn003917692book18980.28Shaw, BernardCaesar and Cleopatra : a historyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionDramaIn Caesar and Cleopatra, George Bernard Shaw uses his legendary wit to turn ancient history on its head - and to challenge Shakespeare's view of his two famous protagonists. Political drama meets sparkling comedy as veteran strategist Julius Caesar becomes mentor to the enchanting teenage queen of Roman-occupied Egypt. From her first timid encounter with Caesar under a desert moon, Cleopatra grows in strength to become a determined player in the game of power politics - but has she really learned what Caesar wanted to teach her? In his inimitable style, Shaw turns this centuries-old story into a hilarious yet affecting critique of human nature that remains as pertinent today as when he wrote it - reminding readers once again why he is regarded as one of the English language's greatest playwrights+-+6185095965324170619ocn000619710book19720.24Grant, MichaelCleopatraHistoryBiographyAnnotation. The author unravels the source behind the tangle of myth, gossip, and invention behind one of the most remarkable women in history+-+137363032516875ocn057514786book20050.35Kleiner, Diana E. ECleopatra and RomeFrom the Publisher: With the full panorama of her life forever lost, Cleopatra touches us in a series of sensational images: floating through a perfumed mist down the Nile; dressed as Venus for a tryst at Tarsus; unfurled from a roll of linens before Caesar; couchant, the deadly asp clasped to her breast. Through such images, each immortalizing the Egyptian queen's encounters with legendary Romans-Julius Caesar, Mark Antony, and Octavian Augustus-we might also chart her rendezvous with the destiny of Rome. So Diana Kleiner shows us in this provocative book, which opens an entirely new perspective on one of the most intriguing women who ever lived. Cleopatra and Rome reveals how these iconic episodes, absorbed into a larger historical and political narrative, document a momentous cultural shift from the Hellenistic world to the Roman Empire. In this story, Cleopatra's death was not an end but a beginning-a starting point for a wide variety of appropriations by Augustus and his contemporaries that established a paradigm for cultural conversion. In this beautifully illustrated book, we experience the synthesis of Cleopatra's and Rome's defining moments through surviving works of art and other remnants of what was once an opulent material culture: religious and official architecture, cult statuary, honorary portraiture, villa paintings, tombstones, and coinage, but also the theatrical display of clothing, perfume, and hair styled to perfection for such ephemeral occasions as triumphal processions or barge cruises. It is this visual culture that best chronicles Cleopatra's legend and suggests her subtle but indelible mark on the art of imperial Rome at the critical moment of its inception+-+405465921516178ocn656545783rcrd20100.13Schiff, StacyCleopatra a lifeHistoryBiographyTo this day, Cleopatra proves to be one of the most important and controversial figures in ancient history. Married to both of her brothers, the first of which she defeated in a civil war before ordering the second's murder, Cleopatra would also have affairs with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony and nearly tear the Roman Empire in two. However, author Stacy Schiff believes history has given Cleopatra a bad rap and sets out to tell Egyptian queen's true story+-+565233251615061ocn037813493book19980.06Meltzer, MiltonTen queens : portraits of women of powerJuvenile worksBiographyProvides biographical portraits of ten queens from history including Esther, Cleopatra, Boudicca, Zenobia, Eleanor of Acquitaine, Isabel of Spain, Elizabeth I, Christina of Sweden, Maria Theresa, and Catherine the Great+-+5891090705+-+4746551685Fri Mar 21 15:32:30 EDT 2014batch89807