Rubicon

Rubicon

Book - 1999
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Caesar and his troops have crossed the Rubicon and are marching on Rome. Pompey, his rival, is preparing to flee south with the Senate and his loyal troops, leaving the city unguarded, ungoverned, and on the verge of chaos.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, c1999
ISBN: 9780312205768
0312205767
Characteristics: 276 p. ; 25 cm

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merlinsilver
Apr 23, 2016

GREAT !!! One of Saylor's best!!

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siempre49
Jan 20, 2015

I have enjoyed all of Steven Saylor's books, including the Roma series. I especially like the fact that they are historically correct and the author's notes at the end.

this is the most recent one ... it is worth beginning with the first and working through the series. Lucky you! but, don't read the novel, not part of the series, "Rome"; it is horrible.

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