Archaeological evidence shows Rome was founded around the eighth century.C.
Christian Jacq, Ramses: Under the Western Acacia, about Ramses' continuing effort to preserve Egypt's peace as he grows older; #5 and last in the Ramses series.Randy Lee Eickhoff, The Destruction of the Inn, a retelling of the legends about Connaire, high king of Ireland in the first century.C.; #4 in the Ulster series.Conn Iggulden, The Gods of War, about Caesar and the civil war he pursued in order to unseat Pompey as dictator of Rome; #4 in the Emperor series.Wounded during a skirmish, Centurion Macro remains behind in charge of the fort as Centurion Cato leads an invasion deep into the hills.Anthony Riches, Arrows of Fury (2010 about a Roman centurion posted at Hadrian's Wall whose fellow soldiers may be as dangerous to him as the rebellious Britons if they discover that the Emperor wants him dead; #2 in the Empire series.Paxson, The Forest House (1993; also titled The Forests of Avalon historical fantasy about a druid priestess who falls in love with a Roman soldier, a prequel to The Mists of Avalon ; #2 in the Avalon series.Anna Apostolou, A Murder in Macedon (1997 a fictional attempt to solve the mystery of who murdered Philip of Macedon, the father of Alexander the Great; Anna Apostolou is a pen name of Paul Doherty; #1 in a mystery series.Jack Ludlow, The Sword of Revenge, about a corrupt Roman senator during the time of the Republic; #2 in the Republic trilogy.Robert Harris, Imperium (2006 about Cicero's rise to political power in ancient Rome; #1 in the Cicero trilogy.Review Ruth Downie, Semper Fidelis (2013 about a Roman legionary physician in northern Britain who suspects foul play on the eve of a visit from Emperor Hadrian; #5 in the Gaius Petreius Ruso mystery series.Albert Noyer, The Secundus Papyrus, a mystery set in the fifth century Roman Empire, #2 in the Getorius and Arcadia mystery series.about a modern archaeologist who discovers a secret about the origin of Christianity while researching the ruins of a library in Pompeii David Gibbins, Total War Rome: Destroy Carthage (2013 about a Roman legionary who serves under Scipio Aemilianus (later Scipio Africanus) before and during.Barry Unsworth, The Songs of the Kings, about the Trojan War.Mike Ripley, Boudica and the Lost Roman (2005 a mystery about a Roman spy who arrives in the camp of the Iceni Queen livro de ecologia odum pdf Boudica just as she mobilizes for warfare.As the world slides towards conflict and Peter is forced to leave, they swear to meet again.Allan Massie, The Evening of the World, a novel of ancient history, about a Roman soldier's wanderings after the fall of Rome; #1 in the Dark Ages trilogy 2, Arthur the King, is set in Arthurian Britain; #3, Charlemagne and Roland, is set in early.Nancy Bogen, Klytaimnestra, Who Stayed at Home (1980 a retelling of the Trojan War story from the perspective of Agamemnon's wife, which turns the tale on its head by presenting Odysseus as a villain; self-published.Nick Brown, The Earthly Gods (2016 about a Roman intelligence agent who, against orders, teams up with a nomadic chieftain and his band in order to rescue the enslaved daughter of an old ally; #6 in the Agent of Rome series.
Persia Woolley, Child of the Northern Spring (1987 a realistic novel about Guinevere; #1 in the Guinevere trilogy.
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