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March, 44 BC. Rome, in all her glory, has expanded her territories beyond the wildest dreams of her citizens, led by Caius Julius Caesar - Pontifex Maximus, dictator perpetuo, invincible military leader and only fifty-six years old. He is a man in command of his destiny, who wields enormous power throughout the vast empire. However his god-given mission - to end the blood-splattered fratricidal wars, reconcile implacably hostile factions and preserve Roman civilization and world order - is teetering dangerously close to collapse… His power is draining away. None of his supporters can stop the inexorably evolving plot against him and prophecy will explode into truth on the Ides of March and the world will change forever.
This is political thriller laced through with all the intrigue and action surrounding one of the most crucial turning points in the history of western civilization.
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Publication date Apr 26, 2012
Thematic Category Historical fiction
Series Foreign literature
Age 18+
Translator ΑΜΠΥ ΡΑΪΚΟΥ
SKU 12185
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The Author
Valerio Massimo Manfredi is an Italian historian and archaeologist and was voted Man of the Year 1999 by the American Biographical Institute. Manfredi's books have been translated into several languages. He is the author of the enormously successful ALEXANDER trilogy.He was born in 1943. He lives and works in his country house in Piumazzo di Castelfranco Emilia (Modena). He graduated in Classical Arts and specialized in antique typography. He has directed and taken part in a number of scientific expeditions, explorations, and diggings both in Italy and abroad. He has taught at Milan Universit? Cattolica, the University of Venice, Chicago Loyola University, and at Sorbonne Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes. He has translated and annotated Anabasi by Xenophon and published a number of essays including La strada dei Diecimila (1986), Gli etruschi in Val Padana (con L. Malnati, 1991), Mare greco (con L. Braccesi, 1992), and Le isole fortunate (1993). As an antiquity expert, he writes for Panorama and Messaggero.
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