This is a strong candidate for my first tattoo. Found on a recycled papyrus which was used on a mummy, it was located on a tax document from the reign of the late Egyptian queen Cleopatra VII. In this tax document, the hand writing is different at the bottom where someone signed a single Greek word, ginesthoi, or “make it so,”
Leading archaeologists to believe this is the very handwriting of the Queen herself, this signature along with the extensive accomplishments and achievements of the Queen have lead me to take incredible interest and admiration for the notable queen.
Cleopatra simply signs,”make it so”, how G is that. Words to live by.

This is a strong candidate for my first tattoo. Found on a recycled papyrus which was used on a mummy, it was located on a tax document from the reign of the late Egyptian queen Cleopatra VII. In this tax document, the hand writing is different at the bottom where someone signed a single Greek word, ginesthoi, or “make it so,”

Leading archaeologists to believe this is the very handwriting of the Queen herself, this signature along with the extensive accomplishments and achievements of the Queen have lead me to take incredible interest and admiration for the notable queen.

Cleopatra simply signs,”make it so”, how G is that. Words to live by.