Queen Cleopatra was one of the last known Pharoahs of Egypt, and her statue is a blazing symbol of her fight for country. She was fluent in nine different languages, a mathematician, and was very good with business. A brilliant mind, coupled with a quick wit and striking elegance made her a very likable Egyptian queen. Her name is derived from the Greek name Kleopatra, which is meant “glory of the father”. It is rumored that she died voluntarily to a cobra or asp bite, permitting it unto herself. Her motive is unclear, but common belief coupled with ancient sources show that she did die from a snake bite.