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The Flames of Rome
The Flames of Rome
Author: Paul L. Maier
The Flames of Rome —      Standing among his comrades-in-arms, Flavius Sabinus was almost overwhelmed by the splendor of the triumphal procession. The crowd's ovation thundered in their ears while the smiling emperor congratulated them for raising the imperial eagle over Britain's foggy shores. —     ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780385170918
ISBN-10: 0385170912
Publication Date: 7/1981
Pages: 443
Edition: 1st ed
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

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Publisher: Doubleday & Company, INC
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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Fictional acocunt of First Century Rome. Traces a family of Roman nobility and early Christians through events preceding and following the Great Fire of Rome in AD 64.
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This book was the kind of book that wrapped you up and refused to let go of you. Historically accurate, and fabulously written, The Flames of Rome will be one that you will never forget.

spoiler: As the sensual immorality of Rome is prevelent to the time. There is sexual inuendo, and erotic scenes.


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