A Slave of Catiline

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Biblo & Tannen Publishers, 1957 - Fiction - 254 pages
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User Review  - antiquary - LibraryThing

Part of Anderson's Roman series, which includes one other book (Pugnax the Gladiator) dealing with Catiline's conspiracy --Pugnax and the hero of this book, Tiberius Rufus, are originally gladiators ... Read full review

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Another enjoyable Roman tale. This one really brings to live the politics and intrigue of Roman government. Read full review

Contents

Of the Coming of the Pirates
1
Of the Gladiators Barrack
24
Of the Thieves of the Subura
50
Of the Camp of M anlius and
80
Of the Plan for the Saturnalia
104
Of My Mother and How I Trans
128
Of the First Oration and
153
Of the Second Oration and
181
Of the Trial of the Five and
206
Of the Battle at Pistorium
235
Authors Note
254
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