Cleopatra gave birth to Caesar's son, Caesarion in 47 B.C. Throughout Cleopatra's marriage with Ptolemy IV, she lived with Caesar in Egypt as his "Mistress" (Krapp 616). When Caesar returned to Egypt, he requested Helivus Cinna to propose a law to the Senate allowing Cleopatra and Caesar to marry and for Caesarion to later become ruler of Egypt...
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Caesar was married to another woman named Calpurnia at that time, and the presence of Cleopatra and her son was an "insult" to the sacred vow of marriage (Nardo 32-33). Caesar was assassinated in Rome in 44 B.C. by a "group of Roman aristocrats." Cleopatra returned to Egypt and ruled with her son Caesarion after having her brother Ptolemy killed (Sinnigen 663)...