The Death of the Gods

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Kessinger Publishing, Sep 1, 1997 - Fiction - 464 pages
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A novel set in the time of the Roman Emperor Julianus (nephew of Constantine the Great, and called the Apostate by his enemies). Examines the philosophical, religious and social impulses of an early period in Western history.

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Review: The Death of the Gods (Christ and Antichrist #1)

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A patchwork of scenes skillfully woven together to present a brilliant backdrop of dying pagan Rome. The rise of Christianity fails to be embraced by all, however. So it is that these conflicting ... Read full review

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