Re: [Roman_History_Books] Suggestions for Next Batch of Reading
- Hi Jack,
I know Meier's book is Caesar. I have it. The other to which I referred was
a series by Conn Iggulden called the Emperor series\. The books are about
Caesar's life as this author changed it to what he decided it would be, not as it
was. He has Marcus Junius Brutus ( I forgot the Junius in my post), the one
who was instrumental in the stabbing of Caesar on the Ides of Mars and son of
Servilia , as his best friend in childhood. No referral to Cicero was meant.
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- --- In Roman_History_Books@yahoogroups.com, Irene Hahn
>Added Durham to the list - I'll accumulate all the suggestions. I
> Added to this:
> David Anthony Durham: Pride of Carthage
> I can't remember that we mentioned Baker's "Augustus".
> More to come!
think I mentioned "Augustus" in passing when we were talking
about "Sulla the Fortunate." Maybe one by Baker is enough for the next
set of books.