After some general searches in reference to the subject, I found that 'her beauty ... was in itself not altogether incomparable' and that 'She was a woman of surpassing beauty', as Plutarch and Cassius Dio respectively said.
But, according to B. Pascal, a French philosopher, contrary to what Plutarc and Cassius make us think, said 'Cleopatra's nose, had it been shorter, the whole face of the world would have been changed'.
So, I'm wondering, was Cleopatra's nose short or large? Or, in general, how was it?
I searched for some pictures showing statues of Cleopatra, but, the ones I found, have their noses knocked off, or are inconsistent.
Can anybody show a reliable source which describe how Cleopatra's nose was? And, in general, how did her face look like?