I developed this lesson as the third lesson in a series for a survey-style Global History course for summer school that was intended to assist students succeed at the August Regents. Using the umbrella question, "How Does History Remember Powerful Women?", the lesson uses the 'hook' of Cleopatra to ask students to critically examine the legacy of women in the male-dominated narratives of history, particularly ancient history. At the same time, the lesson presents crucial content knowledge about Ancient Egypt and its contributions, as well as recalling the prompts from the 2nd lesson in this series to have students prepare to write better analysis in their paragraphs for the Global Regents Exam. The lesson refers to an excerpt from the book Quest for the Past but this can be replaced or subtracted. PowerPoint and handouts (including visual glossary) are included.