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Arminius Robert Fabbri

Arminius By Robert Fabbri

Arminius by Robert Fabbri


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Summary

A stunning stand-alone Roman epic historical from the author of the bestselling Vespasian series.

Arminius Summary

Arminius: The Limits of Empire by Robert Fabbri

One man's greatest victory.
Rome's greatest defeat.

A.D. 9: In the depths of the Teutoburg Wald, in a landscape riven by ravines, darkened by ancient oak and bisected by fast-flowing streams, Arminius of the Cherusci led a confederation of six Germanic tribes in the annihilation of three Roman legions. Deep in the forest almost twenty thousand men were massacred without mercy; fewer than two hundred of them ever made it back across the Rhine. To Rome's shame, three sacred Eagles were lost that day.

But Arminius wasn't brought up in Germania Magna - he had been raised as a Roman. This is the story of how Arminius came to turn his back on the people who raised him and went on to commit a betrayal so great and so deep, it echoed through the ages.

Arminius Reviews

Fabbri presents a powerfully chilling, detailed and dramatic depiction of those terrible days in the forest. * Express *
Fabbri does an excellent job with this scintillating source material. -- Antonia Senior * The Times *
Robert Fabbri has a winner on his hands. * The BookPlank *
A stonking read. * Classic FM *
Fabbri's Vespasian novels have been creating quite a stir. * The History Girls *

About Robert Fabbri

Robert Fabbri read Drama and Theatre at London University and has worked in film and TV for 25 years as an assistant director. He has worked on productions such as Hornblower, Hellraiser, Patriot Games and Billy Elliot. His life-long passion for ancient history inspired him to write the Vespasian series. He lives in London and Berlin.

Additional information

GOR008179479
9781782397007
1782397000
Arminius: The Limits of Empire by Robert Fabbri
Used - Like New
Hardback
Atlantic Books
2017-01-03
384
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Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins

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