- capitalgentlemanLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
She was certainly Caucasian. Most people consider that white, but, there are many that make distinctions amongst peoples of Europe, not to mention other places where Caucasians live, like the Middle East, and India.
- 4 weeks ago
Hell no she wasn't.
- 4 weeks ago
Yes, but she wasn't a true Egyptian. She had Greek ancestry.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Her ancestors were from Greece-Macedonia (her father was a general of Alexander the Great). And they always married within their family. So yes, she was Caucasian.
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- PAMELALv 74 weeks ago
She would have had a light complexion, she was actually greek.
- LudwigLv 61 month ago
No. She was Greek. Therefore not white.
- xyzzyLv 71 month ago
Yes if you mean Cleopatra VII Philopator . She was Greek. She was the last of the Ptolemaic pharaohs who were crowned by the Egyptian High Priest of Ptah at Memphis, but resided in the multicultural and largely Greek city of Alexandria, established by Alexander the Great of Macedon.They spoke Greek and governed Egypt as Hellenistic Greek monarchs, refusing to learn the native Egyptian language In contrast, Cleopatra could speak multiple languages by adulthood and was the first Ptolemaic ruler to learn the Egyptian language.
- mokrieLv 71 month ago
I believe she was of Greek decent. She spoke 9 languages and was very a brilliant speaker.
- iansandLv 71 month ago
She was Macedonian, from northern Greece.
- Niko BellicLv 61 month ago
No. Egyptians aren't Caucasian.
- 1 month ago
I don’t think so