By Francine Mary Netter
Medicine's Michelangelo is a notable and primary significant biography of Frank H. Netter, MD, written through his daughter, Francine Mary Netter. She captures the nature of the guy and tells his existence tale utilizing not just her remembrances but in addition Frank Netter's personal autobiographical notes, own correspondence and personal documents, guides of his paintings and public records, and greater than a hundred interviews with relations, artists, extraordinary practitioners and scientists. greater than account of his momentous profession, this ebook presents a private advent to the fellow in the back of the artwork.
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Would she, otherwise, have remained indefinitely? Who was running the country in Egypt? An even more intriguing question suggests itself. How is it that, when Cleopatra did return, after having left Egypt in an unsettled condition, having been away for more than a year and a half, and with her powerful paramour now dead, she apparently picked up the pieces in her homeland without encountering dissent or difficulty?
Travellers in Egypt (2001). 16. For an overview with extensive bibliography, D. Dykstra, “The French occupation of Egypt, 1798–1801,” in M. W. , The Cambridge History of Egypt, vol. 2 (1998): 113–38; for accounts of the motivations and politics of the campaign, A. Schom, Napoleon Bonaparte (1997): 71–188, and Cleopatra in Egypt, Europe, and New York 19 M. Jasanoff, Edge of Empire: Lives, Culture, and Conquest in the East, 1750–1850 (2005): 117–48; also useful is J. Christopher Herold, Bonaparte in Egypt (1962); J.
Behind these later literary impressions, however, existed an Egyptian queen who clearly aimed to advance her power and status. Papyri indicate that Cleopatra III believed herself to be Isis and that she adopted the priestly roles, such as priest of the cult of Alexander the Great, typically held by the male ruler. 21 The use of the religious apparatus of ruler-cults, hieratic nomenclature, and official sculpture in temples was an important expression of ruling authority 26 Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt for Cleopatra III and her mother Cleopatra II, and formed part of the royal heritage for Cleopatra VII.