The Lost Diary Of Julius Caesar's Slave (Lost Diaries)

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9780006945802: The Lost Diary Of Julius Caesar's Slave (Lost Diaries)

Commonus Muccus - Caesar's slave - kept a diary which reveals full and amazing details of life in Roman times. He is the most loyal servant anyone could wish to have, and to prove it he follows his master through the conquest of Gaul, on into Italy and Rome and even to uncivilized Britain.

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Slave Tells All!

Newly discovered diaries (and bloodstained togas) reveal that Julius Caesar was careless! His slave – a surprisingly educated man – reveals astonishing details about life in Ancient Roman times..

• Triumphs and togas
• Soldiers and slaves
• Centurions and Cleopatra
• Baths and barbarians
• Gods and gladiators
• Roman sleaze and politics
• All the fun of the Circus Maximus
• And much, much more!

You've never read anything like it before!

About the Author:

Steve Barlow and Steve Skidmore have written numerous titles including the Mad Myths in Puffin’s Surfer series for older, reluctant readers; Playscripts for OUP and contemporary teenage novels for Piccadilly Press. As well as being authors, they both teach English and Drama in Leicester. Steve Barlow in a further education college and Steve Skidmore in a secondary community school.

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Barlow, Steve; Skidmore, Steve
Published by Collins (1997)
ISBN 10: 0006945805 ISBN 13: 9780006945802
New Paperback Quantity Available: 3
Murray Media
(North Miami Beach, FL, U.S.A.)

Book Description Collins, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110006945805

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