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Charmion         
  • Promotional photograph of Charmion, c. 1897
  • ''Trapeze Disrobing Act''
TRAPEZE ARTIST, STRONGWOMAN (1875-1949)
Laverie Vallee
Laverie Vallee née Cooper (July 18, 1875 – February 6, 1949), best known by her stage name Charmion, was an American vaudeville trapeze artist and strongwoman whose well-publicized suggestive performance was captured on film in 1901 by Thomas Edison.
Charmion (servant to Cleopatra)         
SERVANT TO CLEOPATRA
Charmian (servant to Cleopatra); Iras (servant to Cleopatra)
Charmion (; ), alternatively Charmian, was a trusted servant and advisor to Cleopatra VII of Egypt. Plutarch, in his Parallel Lives biography of Mark Antony, writes that Charmion managed the principal affairs of Cleopatra's government; therefore, she held an important position in Cleopatra's trusted circle.
Celaenorrhinus ficulnea         
SPECIES OF INSECT
Hesperia ficulnea; Plesioneura signata; Plesioneura zawi; Plesioneura queda; Plesioneura tola; Charmion tola; Plesioneura crona; Velvet flat; Velvet Flat; Charmion ficulnea
Celaenorrhinus ficulnea, the velvet flat, is a butterfly in the family Hesperiidae. It is found in south-east Asia.