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Fallen Legion: A Warrior's Tale By David Thompson
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In the early years of the first century AD, a small group of Roman citizens conspires with a barbarian tribe to conquer an entire province of the Roman Empire. Crushed by their defeat at the hands... More > of the traitors, the soldiers who fought so bravely to defend their homeland have retired to relative obscurity. When word comes that the barbarians have more in mind than the simple conquest of one province of the Empire, it is up to those few soldiers that remain to rebel and overthrow their new rulers. Under the command of their former General, Marcus Ulpius, an uprising gathers. The Fallen Legion has risen to reclaim what is theirs.< Less
Fallen Legion: A Warrior's Tale By David Thompson
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In the early years of the first century AD, a small group of Roman citizens conspires with a barbarian tribe to conquer an entire province of the Roman Empire. Crushed by their defeat at the hands... More > of the traitors, the soldiers who fought so bravely to defend their homeland have retired to relative obscurity. When word comes that the barbarians have more in mind than the simple conquest of one province of the Empire, it is up to those few soldiers that remain to rebel and overthrow their new rulers. Under the command of their former General, Marcus Ulpius, an uprising gathers. The Fallen Legion has risen to reclaim what is theirs.< Less
The Ninth Legion Lost in Time! By The Abbotts
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Mystery has always surrounded the Roman Ninth Legion of 5,000 highly trained warriors who disappeared in Northern England in the year 120 AD. This imaginative novel explores what would have happened... More > if the Ninth Legion were transported to our modern day! An adventurous story of courageous soldiers, love and excitement in a small village in the Border Counties. What would you do, if fifty Roman soldiers marched down your driveway? An adventure story suitable from 12 years to 100 years! Illustrated. In 14pt print for easy reading.< Less
The Ninth Legion Lost in Time! By The Abbotts
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Mystery has always surrounded the Roman Ninth Legion of 5,000 highly trained warriors who disappeared in Northern England in the year 120 AD. This imaginative novel explores what would have happened... More > if the Ninth Legion were transported to our modern day! An adventurous story of courageous soldiers, love and excitement in a small village in the Border Counties. What would you do, if fifty Roman soldiers marched down your driveway? An adventure story suitable from 12 years to 100 years! Illustrated. In 14pt print for easy reading.< Less
Roman Sunset By Elizabeth May
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The Roman legions marched to fight distant wars. People, abandoned by the military, tried to live as before but their enemies saw weakness and invaded, attacked towns and cities, stole cattle, set... More > fire to crops, slaughtered young and old alike and took the rest as slaves. Small groups survived, but with dwindling food supplies they faced death from starvation in the coming winter. Retired soldiers and their families find safety in an old cavalry fort. Refugees join them, including a village headman and a brewer and his daughter. The soldiers want to maintain the Empire's rules until the legions return; the village chief has lost all confidence in the protection of Rome and seeks safety in a new settlement in the hills. The brewer's daughter cannot consider a future while her boyfriend remains a slave in a remote land. They know the raiders will return. To survive, they must resolve their differences, work together and fight back against their enemies.< Less
Marcus and the Romans By Frederick Stacey
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A teenager is transported back to Roman times and trains to become a legionary soldier with the Second Augustan Legion.
Marcus and the Romans By Frederick Stacey
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A teenager is transported back to Roman times and trains to become a legionary soldier with the Second Augustan Legion.
Marching With Caesar-Birth of the 10th Legion By R.W. Peake
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*This edition of Marching With Caesar-Birth of the 10th Legion contains material previously released in the First Edition of the bestselling Marching With Caesar-Conquest of Gaul.* Titus Pullus,... More > the hero of the 10th Legion and the bestselling Marching With Caesar® series, tells his story from the very beginning of his life, starting with his relationship with his father, how his friendship with Vibius Domitius began, and how their burning ambition to join the Legions was helped by a veteran nicknamed Cyclops. Enlisting in the 10th Legion, raised in 61 B.C. by Gaius Julius Caesar, Birth of the 10th Legion recounts the first campaign ever conducted by Julius Caesar as a commander, when he quells an insurrection in Hispania, as seen through the eyes and from the perspective of the men like Titus and Vibius who actually did the fighting.< Less
Agricola, ther Roman in Britain By Tacitus
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The first history of Britain - but Britain as a subject nation: the Roman conquerors, like so many others through the ages, 'made a desert and called it peace'. Read about the Roman legions and... More > victories, the generalship of the Roman leader, the land of Britain as it then was, and Boadicea's doomed defiance. Another volume in the distinguished Callender History series, notable for its readable texts and modern style< Less
Maria (Roman) By Christophe Sims
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Le narrateur est un ange. Ou un marin. Ou un écrivain. C’est ce qu’il dit. Il se déplace sans cesse. Un jour, dans une ville de soleil, il rencontre une ombre. Commence... More > alors une série de conversations, d’échanges qui prennent pour alibi le roman que le narrateur prétend être en train d’écrire. Ces conversations nouent le récit du narrateur avec ses questionnements sur le mystère de l’écriture, et l’analogie qu’il en fait avec celui des origines, une vaste tresse qui symbolise la complexité de l’être au monde. Tout s’enlace. On saute d’un lieu à un autre, d’une époque à une autre : c‘est facile quand on est un ange (ou un écrivain). La linéarité se dissout. Petit à petit émerge cependant une double cohérence et une évidence : cohérence de l’existence, même si incompréhensible en soi et de l’œuvre en construction. L’évidence narrative n’apparaîtra au grand jour qu’à la fin.< Less