The grass crown

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Masters of Rome volume 2.
W. Morrow,
Pub. Date:
1st ed.
An aging, ailing Gaius Marius, heralded conqueror of Germany and Numidia, longs for that which was prophesied many years before: an unprecedented seventh consulship of Rome. It is a prize to be won only through treachery and with blood, pitting Marius against a new generation of assassins, powerseekers and Senate intriguers. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
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display_description From the author of the captivating bestseller The First Man in Rome...the timeless saga of power, passion, and conflict of Ancient Rome continues...The magnificent glory of Republican Rome is threatened when a struggle for power erupts among the men who shaped its hard-won peace. At its center are two extraordinary leaders: Gaius Marius, the general who saved Rome from Barbarian invasions, desperately trying to extend his reign for a prophesied and unprecedented seventh term as Consul; and Lucius Cornelius Sulla, once Marius' most trusted right-hand man, now a dangerous rival hungry for his own taste of political success. As the two men battle for position, they are surrounded by a new generation of statesman, soldiers, and lovers, from Senate intriguers and their ambitious wives to the child of destiny, Gaius Julius Caesar. An absorbing tale of a Republic fighting for its survival in a world of treachery, barbarism and never-ending war, The Grass Crown is a remarkable entry in Colleen McCullough's brilliant and unprecedented series on the rise and fall of the world's greatest civilization.
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Historical fiction
Marius, Gaius, -- approximately 157 B.C.-86 B.C. -- Fiction
Rome -- History -- Republic, 265-30 B.C. -- Fiction
Statesmen -- Rome -- Fiction
Sulla, Lucius Cornelius -- Fiction
title_display The grass crown
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Marius, Gaius
Sulla, Lucius Cornelius