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Germania By William Kelso
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It is the year AD 14. The Roman Legions under Governor Varus have miraculously survived ambush in the Teutoburg forest and are now trying to consolidate their position north and east of the Rhine.... More > Resistance to their rule is led by a charismatic and powerful German noble named Arminius who is waging a brutal and effective guerilla war. Gaius, a young, capable officer in the Roman Army, is summoned by Governor Varus, away from his post in Spain and given the commission to capture, Arminius. During the course of his mission Gaius must journey through the wild forests of Germania to the very edge of the Roman world where he discovers that Arminius is a more cunning and dangerous opponent than he had ever imagined. Threatened by catastrophe, Gaius must rally his few remaining troops and defend himself in a desperate last attempt to defeat the German armies before it is too late.< Less
Germania By Eric Knipper
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Germania er en tegneserie om jernalderen, som blev skabt i samarbejde med Nationalmuseet. Tegneserien fortæller historien om Kimbrerkrigeren Hariuhas eventyrlige liv som lejesoldat hos Romerne... More > og hærfører i jernalderens Danmark.< Less
Germania and Agricola By Tacitus
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Publius (or Gaius) Cornelius Tacitus (ca. 56 – ca. 117) was a senator and a historian of the Roman Empire. The Germania (Latin title: De Origine et situ Germanorum) is an ethnographic work on... More > the diverse set of people Tacitus believed to be Germanic tribes outside the Roman Empire. The book begins with a description of the lands, laws, and customs of the tribes (chapters 1–27); it then segues into descriptions of individual tribes, beginning with those dwelling closest to Roman lands and ending on the uttermost shores of the Baltic Sea. The Agricola (written ca. 98) recounts the life of Gnaeus Julius Agricola, an eminent Roman general and Tacitus' father-in-law; it also covers, briefly, the geography and ethnography of ancient Britain. As in the Germania, Tacitus favorably contrasts the liberty of the native Britons with the corruption and tyranny of the Empire; the book also contains eloquent and vicious polemics against the rapacity and greed of Rome.< Less
The Agricola; and the Germania; Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The Agricola; and the Germania; Study Guide consists of approx. 34 pages of summaries and analysis on The Agricola; and the Germania; by Cornelius Tacitus.
THE STRABO CHRONICLES Book One: Germania By Richard C. Peele
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At Caesarea there was a man named Cornelius, a centurion in what was known as the Italian Cohort… Who was this Cornelius and what circumstances conspired to place him in a backwater... More > province of the Roman Empire at the most crucial moment of recorded history? In the trilogy the Strabo Chronicles author Richard C. Peele has woven a masterful tale of lost battles, imperial intrigue and redeemed souls in the journey of Christianity’s first Gentile convert from pagan darkness to living faith. In the first book of the trilogy Shields Burned With Fire, young Cornelius Strabo finds himself swept along the irresistible current of history as three Roman legions march to disaster in the dark forests of Germania. Only divine intervention in the form of a ghostly night vision he knows only as the Man of Dreams can save him from the holocaust that consumes an entire army and the guilt of a secret murder.< Less
THE STRABO CHRONICLES Book One: Germania By Richard C. Peele
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At Caesarea there was a man named Cornelius, a centurion in what was known as the Italian Cohort… Who was this Cornelius and what circumstances conspired to place him in a backwater... More > province of the Roman Empire at the most crucial moment of recorded history? In the trilogy the Strabo Chronicles author Richard C. Peele has woven a masterful tale of lost battles, imperial intrigue and redeemed souls in the journey of Christianity’s first Gentile convert from pagan darkness to living faith. In the first book of the trilogy Shields Burned With Fire, young Cornelius Strabo finds himself swept along the irresistible current of history as three Roman legions march to disaster in the dark forests of Germania. Only divine intervention in the form of a ghostly night vision he knows only as the Man of Dreams can save him from the holocaust that consumes an entire army and the guilt of a secret murder.< Less
An American Dad in Hamburg - Germania II - Vol.1 By T. Santorius
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This is an intercultural narrative in the form of a first person contemporary chronicle between a struggling university instructor and the re-embodied Roman writer Tacitus. The projected series... More > completion is ten books - depending on the life of the author. In other words, the reader will know – literally – when the actual author dies as soon as the last incomplete book appears. The narrator meets a "beggar" at the Hamburg Main railway station on the way to work as a university instructor. The homeless man is a refugee from Roman Cyrenaica who has shamanic qualities. He makes the outrageous claim that he is the ancient writer Tacitus. The autobiographical writer is a New Yorker struggling in his "new home" – modern "Germania". The main character considers his role as father to be his most important mission and role in life. He is convinced that his life should already have ended, if it were not for the existence of his two children. He attempts to start a new life in Europe (Hamburg) against all the odds.< Less
An American Dad in Hamburg - Germania II - Vol.1 By T. Santorius
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This is an intercultural narrative in the form of a first person contemporary chronicle between a struggling university instructor and the re-embodied Roman writer Tacitus. The projected series... More > completion is ten books - depending on the life of the author. In other words, the reader will know – literally – when the actual author dies as soon as the last incomplete book appears. The narrator meets a "beggar" at the Hamburg Main railway station on the way to work as a university instructor. The homeless man is a refugee from Roman Cyrenaica who has shamanic qualities. He makes the outrageous claim that he is the ancient writer Tacitus. The autobiographical writer is a New Yorker struggling in his "new home" – modern "Germania". The main character considers his role as father to be his most important mission and role in life. He is convinced that his life should already have ended, if it were not for the existence of his two children. He attempts to start a new life in Europe (Hamburg) against all the odds.< Less
An American Dad in Hamburg - Germania II - Vol. 2 By T. Santorius
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Vol.2: Continued intercultural narrative in the form of a first person contemporary chronicle between a struggling university instructor and the re-embodied Roman writer Tacitus. The projected series... More > completion is ten books - depending on the life of the author. The reader will know – literally – when the actual author dies as soon as the last incomplete book appears. The narrator meets a "beggar" at the Hamburg Main railway station on the way to work as a university instructor. The homeless man is a refugee from Roman Cyrenaica who has shamanic qualities. He makes the outrageous claim that he is the ancient writer Tacitus. The autobiographical writer is a New Yorker struggling in his "new home" – modern "Germania". The main character considers his role as father to be his most important mission and role in life. He is convinced that his life should already have ended, if it were not for the existence of his two children. He attempts to start a new life in Europe (Hamburg) against all the odds.< Less
An American Dad in Hamburg - Germania II - Vol.2 By T. Santorius
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Vol.2 Continued intercultural narrative in the form of a first person contemporary chronicle between a struggling university instructor and the re-embodied Roman writer Tacitus. The projected series... More > completion is ten books - depending on the life of the author. The reader will know – literally – when the actual author dies as soon as the last incomplete book appears. The narrator meets a "beggar" at the Hamburg Main railway station on the way to work as a university instructor. The homeless man is a refugee from Roman Cyrenaica who has shamanic qualities. He makes the outrageous claim that he is the ancient writer Tacitus. The autobiographical writer is a New Yorker struggling in his "new home" – modern "Germania". The main character considers his role as father to be his most important mission and role in life. He is convinced that his life should already have ended, if it were not for the existence of his two children. He attempts to start a new life in Europe (Hamburg) against all the odds.< Less

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