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Preceded by:
Ptolemy VI
Pharaoh of Egypt
Ptolemaic Dynasty
Succeeded by:
Ptolemy IX
Cleopatra II Philometor Soteira
Koine Greek: Κλεοπάτρα Φιλομήτωρ Σωτείρα
Romanized: Kleopatra Philometor Soteira
Latin: Cleopatra Philomater Salvatoris
Reign
c. 175—145 BC, 145—127 BC and
124—116/5 BC
Nomen
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Legacy
Father Ptolemy VI
Mother Cleopatra I
Consort(s) Ptolemy VI, Ptolemy VIII
Issue Ptolemy Eupator, Ptolemy (VII?),
Cleopatra Thea, Cleopatra III,
Ptolemy Memphites (VII?)
Born c. 185 BC
Died 116/5 BC (aged c. 70)
Burial Unknown
For other pages by this name, see Cleopatra.

Cleopatra II Philometor Soteira (Koine Greek: Κλεοπάτρα Φιλομήτωρ Σωτείρα, "Cleopatra, the Mother-Loving Saviour", c. 185 BC – 116/115 BC) was a queen-regent of the Ptolemaic Dynasty during the Hellenistic Period. She co-ruled with her older brother and husband, Ptolemy VI, from c. 175 to the latter's death in 145 BC. She then married with her younger brother Ptolemy VIII and co-ruled with him from 145 to 132/131 BC. She was sole ruler of Egypt from 131 BC to 127 BC. Her final reign from 124 BC to 116/115 BC was also spent in coregency with Ptolemy VIII and Cleopatra III.

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Predecessor:
Ptolemy VI
Pharaoh of Egypt
Ptolemaic Dynasty
Successor:
Ptolemy IX
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