Khenut was a Queen of Egypt, the wife of King Unas. She lived during the time of the Fifth dynasty of Egypt. She was maybe a mother of Queen Iput I. Cleopatra VII Philopator known to history simply as Cleopatra, was the last active ruler of Ptolemaic Egypt, briefly survived as pharaoh by her son Caesarion. After her reign, Egypt became a province of the recently established Roman . The Egyptian queen resided in one of Caesar's country houses, which included the. There have been many queens that reigned in Ancient Egypt. Some reigned quietly while others took it upon themselves to bask in the glory of power. The role of "God's Wife of Amun" required the queens to participate in the sacred temple ceremonies and rituals. Queen Hatshepsut holds the title of the longest reign of a female ancient Egyptian ruler. Queens were fond of wearing linen tunics and put them on by stepping into them. Ramesses I Seti I Ramesses II Merneptah Amenmesses Seti II Siptah Twosret. Pliny, Naturalis historia vii. Scholars are divided as to whether or not Queen MerNeith ruled over Egypt during the First Dynasty of Egypt around BC. Part of a composite red quartzite statue. This page was last edited on 20 July , at VII VIII Menkare Neferkare II Neferkare III Neby Djedkare Shemai Neferkare IV Khendu Merenhor Neferkamin Nikare Neferkare V Tereru Neferkahor Neferkare VI Pepiseneb Neferkamin Anu Qakare Iby Neferkaure Neferkauhor Neferirkare Wadjkare Khuiqer Khui. The daughters produced by these marriages were royal princesses. Another is a small inlay head Petrie Museum Number UC modeled from reddish-brown quartzite that was clearly intended to fit into a larger composition. A princess holding sistrum behind Nefertiti, who is partially seen. When Ptolemy XIV died, allegedly poisoned by his older sister, Cleopatra made Caesarion her co-regent and successor and gave him the epithets Theos Philopator Philometor Father-loving and mother-loving God. He accepted the bet. These robes usually included a skirt that touched the ankles and were cinched with a belt. Then the army of Tomyris ranged itself against the Persians, defeated it, and killed King Cyrus. Mithridates I Ctistes Ariobarzanes Mithridates II Mithridates III Pharnaces I Mithridates IV Philopator Philadephos Mithridates V Euergetes Mithridates VI Eupator Pharnaces II Darius Arsaces Polemon I Pythodorida Polemon II. Nitocris has been claimed to have been the last pharaoh of the 6th Dynasty but this is also questionable.