“Cleopatra” exhibit closes at Milwaukee Public Museum

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Cleopatra exhibit

Cleopatra exhibit

MILWAUKEE — Sunday, April 22nd was the last day to catch the Cleopatra Exhibit at the Milwaukee Public Museum.

The Milwaukee Public Museum was the third stop on the exhibition’s world tour.

The exhibit is called “Cleopatra: The Search For the Last Queen of Egypt” and features nearly 150 artifacts.

Officials say people also got to see statuary, jewelry and coins that archaeologists uncovered from the time surrounding Cleopatra’s rule.

“I thought it was really fascinating. It gives you a more personal look at Cleopatra and her life,” Lisa McGraw said.

CLICK HERE for more details on the Cleopatra Exhibit via the Milwaukee Public Museum’s website.

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