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Iron and Rust: Throne of the Caesars: Book 1
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The leading one was holding something in one hand. He laughed and laughed. This goes a long way to explaining the problems with the POV usage. Jun 28, Debayan Das rated it it was amazing.
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Start by marking “Iron and Rust (Throne of the Caesars, #1)” as Want to Read: The short reign of the Roman Emperor Maximinus Thax from to AD. Harry Sidebottom is Lecturer in Ancient History at Merton College, Oxford, and part-time lecturer in Classics and Ancient History at.
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Harry Sidebottom was brought up in racing stables in Newmarket where his father was a trainer. He had a basket saddle on a donkey before he could walk. He was educated at various schools and universities, including Oxford, where he took his Doctorate in Ancient History at Corpus Christi College. His main scholarly research interests are Greek culture under the Roman empire thinking about the compromises and contradictions involved when an old and sophisticated culture is conquered and ruled by what it considers a younger and less civilised power and warfare in classical antiquity looking at how war was both done and thought about by Greeks and Romans. He has published numerous chapters in books, and articles and reviews in scholarly journals becoming an internationally recognised scholar in these fields. It got excellent reviews. Translations into German and Greek are in progress.
One finds oneself reaching for the volume control because one moment it will be loud and the next it will fade to a whisper. The book says nothing about Maximinus at this stage, Pupienus had told Fortunatianus to bring Honoratus to him, because he had not been removed. With all the courage and dignitas he could muster. This is misleading.
Most of these character sketches are derived from the not very accurate but at least detailed and imaginative Historia Augusta and expanded upon to make them real breathing characters. None of the main rjst in this novel has been developed enough for me to feel that way about them, because I feel it moves around too fast. You have read your Tacitus. The Overlook Press.
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