Soldier of Rome: The Centurion Book Four of the Artorian Chronicles

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BETRAYAL AND DEVASTATION In the year 28 A.D. the people of Frisia, a previously loyal province, were suffering under the oppression of the Roman magistrate, a former Centurion named Olennius. So blinded by greed had he become that he had taxed the populous well beyond their means to produce. Now impoverished and risking starvation, the Frisians did the unspeakable and sought open rebellion as their only means of survival. The Emperor Tiberius, now living in self-imposed isolation on the isle of Capri, is deeply troubled ...

Soldier of Rome: The Centurion Book Four of the Artorian Chronicles 2011, iUniverse.com, Bloomington IN

ISBN-13: 9781450282673

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