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The Shield of Rome By William Kelso,

  • Title: The Shield of Rome
  • Author: William Kelso
  • ISBN: 9781908603098
  • Page: 200
  • Format: ebook
  • 216 BC The two great super powers of the ancient world, Rome and Carthage are engaged in a life and death struggle to control the known world Hannibal, the legendary Carthaginian general leads his army across the Alps into Italy and inflicts three mighty disasters upon the poorly led Romans After the battle of Cannae, Rome s worst ever defeat in her history, it seems in216 BC The two great super powers of the ancient world, Rome and Carthage are engaged in a life and death struggle to control the known world Hannibal, the legendary Carthaginian general leads his army across the Alps into Italy and inflicts three mighty disasters upon the poorly led Romans After the battle of Cannae, Rome s worst ever defeat in her history, it seems inevitable that the proud Roman republic will fall In Rome only one man, Quintus Fabius Maximus seems to have the strength to guide the panic stricken city through the crisis His heroic spirit rallies his countrymen and a divided Senate but his life is put in danger when a ruthless assassin arrives in Rome with orders to kill Fabius.
    The Shield of Rome BC The two great super powers of the ancient world Rome and Carthage are engaged in a life and death struggle to control the known world Hannibal the legendary Carthaginian general leads his arm

    One thought on “The Shield of Rome”

    1. Great novel, holds some new perspectives on the Roman era treatment of slaves A couple of excellent fight scenes too All up, worth the money.

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