Centurion's Daughter

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Arx Publishing, LLC, 2011 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Her Frankish mother dead, 17-year-old Aemilia arrives at Soissons in Roman Gaul in search of her Roman father whom she has never met. She knows only that his name is Tarunculus and that he is a former centurion. She finds an old man fixed on the past, attempting in vain to kindle a spark of patriotism in his dispirited countrymen. Soon, Aemilia is caught up in her father's schemes to save the Empire and the intrigues of the Roman nobility in Soissons. In the war between Franks and Romans to decide the fate of the last imperial province, Providence will lead her down a path she could never have imagined. Written and illustrated by master storyteller Justin Swanton, Centurion's Daughter is a thoughtful and compelling journey to a little-known period of history when an empire fell and the foundations of Christendom were laid.
 

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
9
Section 3
17
Section 4
25
Section 5
31
Section 6
35
Section 7
41
Section 8
56
Section 20
147
Section 21
161
Section 22
167
Section 23
175
Section 24
207
Section 25
221
Section 26
227
Section 27
233

Section 9
63
Section 10
71
Section 11
73
Section 12
79
Section 13
91
Section 14
99
Section 15
105
Section 16
113
Section 17
125
Section 18
133
Section 19
141
Section 28
241
Section 29
251
Section 30
259
Section 31
269
Section 32
277
Section 33
283
Section 34
293
Section 35
309
Section 36
315
Section 37
325
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