Douglas Jackson. Swords Around the Throne. Blood and Steel Throne of the Caesars, Book 2. Hannibal: Enemy of Rome. Avenger of Rome. Eagles in the Storm. Julian Stockwin. Battle For Rome. The Black Stone. Nick Brown. Raven: Blood Eye Raven 1. The Iron Castle. Angus Donald. Paul Fraser Collard. The Mask of Command.
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The Siege. The Winter King. Stonehenge: A Novel of BC. Conqueror Conqueror, Book 5. Sharpe's Prey. Robert Low. Captain of Rome Masters of the Sea. John Stack. The Imperial Banner. Traitors of Rome Eagles of the Empire Simon Scarrow. The Fields of Death Wellington and Napoleon 4. The Blood of Rome Eagles of the Empire Fire and Sword Wellington and Napoleon 3. Invictus Eagles of the Empire The Eagle and the Wolves Eagles of the Empire 4. The Blood Crows. The Legion Eagles of the Empire When the Eagle Hunts Eagles of the Empire 3. Britannia Eagles of the Empire Day of the Caesars Eagles of the Empire The Eagle's Conquest Eagles of the Empire 2.
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Invader: Sacrifice 5 in the Invader Novella Series. Pirata: The Black Flag. The Generals Wellington and Napoleon 2.
Pirata: The dramatic novel of the pirates who hunt the seas of the Roman Empire. Pirata: Hunters of the Sea. Pirata: The Gates of Stone.
Pirata: The Pirate Chief. Pirata: Sea of Blood. How to write a great review. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Sprague de Camp, An Elephant for Aristotle , about a man who undertakes a mission for Alexander the Great which involves a journey across the known world.
Greek navigator who attempts a sea voyage from Egypt to India by sailing around the coast of Africa.
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John Dempsey, Ariadne's Brother , about Ariadne, a young queen of Minoan Crete shortly before its fall; self-published. Ivan Efremov or Yefremov , Thais of Athens in the original Russian , about the beautiful Athenian hetaira Thais, who traveled with the army of Alexander the Great. Colin Falconer, Colossus , about a courageous elephant trainer who rises to a high position in Alexander the Great's army and is faced with a choice between honor and power. Michael Curtis Ford, The Ten Thousand , about the Athenian soldier Xenophon and an army of ten thousand Greek mercenaries who fight in a war to topple the Persian ruler.
Sarah B. John Gardner, The Wreckage of Agathon , about a seer and his apprentice imprisoned because of their supposed involvement in a rebellion against the Spartan tyrant Lykourgos commonly spelled Lycurgus. Laura Gill, Helen's Daughter , about the daughter of Helen of Troy, left behind at age nine when her mother is abducted, and reunited with her parents after the Trojan War when she is nineteen; self-published; available as an ebook only.
Robert Graves, Homer's Daughter , about who the author of the Odyssey may have been if, as some scholars have speculated, she was a woman. Kerry Greenwood, Cassandra , about the prophetess who predicted the fall of Troy and was not believed; 1 in the Delphic Women trilogy.
Kerry Greenwood, Electra , about Electra, the daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra, and her brother Orestes, who flee their home and plan vengeance after their mother murders their father; 2 in the Delphic Women trilogy. Kerry Greenwood, Medea , about the legendary sorceress who helped Jason acquire the Golden Fleece, and then killed her children by him in revenge; 3 in the Delphic Women trilogy. Judith Hand, Voice of the Goddess , about a woman and her lover in ancient Crete during a time of invasion and the volcanic eruption that destroyed the nearby island of Santorini.
Emily Hauser, For the Immortal , about a Greek woman who accompanies Hercules on his voyage to the land of the Amazons, where she hopes to find a cure for her dying brother. Higley, Pyramid of Secrets revised ; previously released in as City of the Dead , 2 in the Seven Wonders series , about the architect of a pyramid whose spiritual certainties are shaken by his contact with believers in the One God; now 1 in the Seven Wonders series. Higley, Garden of Madness , about the daughter of the mad king Nebuchadnezzar; Christian message; 2 in the Seven Wonders series.
Higley, Isle of Shadows revised ; previously released as Shadow of Colossus , 1 in the Seven Wonders series , about a former courtesan who hides the death of her patron, a politician, with the help of his head servant, a follower of the one God; Christian message; now 3 in the Seven Wonders series.
Higley, Keeper of the Flame revised ; previously released as Guardian of the Flame , 3 in the Seven Wonders series , about a woman who guards the famous lighthouse at Alexandria; Christian message; now 4 in the Seven Wonders series. Higley, So Shines the Night , about a woman, rescued by a wealthy merchant of Ephesus, who now serves as his tutor, as tensions build between pagans and Christians; 5 in the Seven Wonders series. Tom Holt, Olympiad , a comic novel about the first Olympic Games. Homer, The Iliad , the classic epic poem written in ancient history B.
Homer, The Odyssey , an epic poem based on legends about the wanderings of Odysseus, a Greek survivor of the Trojan War, and his return home to Ithaca; written around the eighth century B.