The Alexandrian is a novel written by Martha Rofheart. It was first published in 1976.
She ruled a mighty nation-- and the hearts of the ancient world's greatest men. Her beauty was matched only by her passion for life and power. Some thought her a ruthless, scheming courtesan. Others worshiped her as a goddess. In proud defiance of them all, she won in her bedchamber what she could not win on the battlefield: the safety of her land and people, the undying respect and love of Julius Caesar and Marc Antony.