Queen of a crumbling Egypt at only 18, Cleopatra used her wits and intelligence to pit the might of Rome against itself for over twenty years. She charmed both Julius Caesar and Marcus Antonius, outlived 3 sisters and a brother, ruled as the last pharaoh of Egypt and proclaimed herself the New Isis, Queen of Kings.
With Ash, goddess of death and rebirth watching over her, Cleopatra brings her cunning and wiles into the arena. With her power mandated in the Heqa and Was Scepters she bears, Cleopatra brings a new approach to combat in Anachronism™️.
Heqa and Was Scepters
Cleopatra on her throne, wearing her crown and wielding the Heqa and Was scepters (they are crossed across her chest). We should see only her upper torso, so as to focus on the scepters.
It’s Cleopatra. You no doubt have your own ideas; do a few thumbnails and we’ll work from there ☺
Isis is the goddess of life, love and death. Go crazy, have fun ☺
Close up of an Egyptian dagger lying against white linen (other adornments on the linen as you see fit). An Egyptian cobra coils once around the handle. We should get the impression that the dagger has fallen. Symbols of Isis should feature on the dagger (vulture, throne; see deity references for more).
Cleopatra is in Rome with Caesar. She wears a golden corselet across her chest, which should be the focus of the piece. The images here are from Tutankhamun’s corselet. Hers should contain details based on the imagery associated with Isis.