Amunet was a member of the Egyptian Brotherhood of Assassins.

On 12 August 30 BCE, Amunet infiltrated Cleopatra VII's palace. There, she killed Cleopatra using a venomous asp.

By the time of the Renaissance, Amunet was respected as a great Assassin, and a statue of her had been placed in the Assassin Sanctuary of Monteriggioni.

Her sarcophagus had also been moved to the Basilica di San Marco in Venice, Italy. The Assassin Ezio Auditore explored her tomb and took the seal from her sarcophagus, which helped him to acquire the armor of the Assassin Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad.


  • Historically, Cleopatra died by purportedly committing suicide with either a venomous asp or poison.
  • In ancient Egyptian religion, Amunet is the goddess of invisibility and the consort of the god Amun in the Ogdoad, a group of eight primordial deities responsible for the creation of the world according to the Hermopolis tradition. She and Amun symbolize the hidden depths and incomprehensibility of the primeval world. Her name means "the female hidden one, one who is hidden."



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