Nero had been dead for six months and Rome was a changed city. His butterfly world had vanished before a bookkeeping emperor in his seventies, and Rome would have to wait for Galba's death before the glamorous people could return. In one respect, however, Roman life would never change. An heiress who could combine the noblest breeding with impressive wealth was always an important political pawn and Antonia's ancestry and assets were the most impeccable in Rome. Antonia was twenty and had already been tactically betrothed ...

Antonia 2012, Policy Press, London

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Antonia 1986, Chivers Large print (Chivers, Windsor, Paragon & C, Bath

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Antonia 1984, TBS The Book Service Ltd

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Antonia 1978, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, London

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