Friends. I am working on a historical novel, set on the eve after the battle of lake Regillus. Feel free to read the first few chapters here.
I hope to finish the first draft by October of this year.
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— That’s right, when the Etruscans heard that Corvus was leading the roman troops, they got into their fort and did not want to come out, not even to check on the weather.
— “Fortified camps are to be defended by arms, rather than arms being defended by fortified camps,” Rullianus said.
— In order to really appreciate the beauty of a beach, one should not be swimming in the sea, neck-deep in the water.
— The wheelbarrow as we know it, made its appearance in Europe around the tenth century, at the height of the Dark Ages.
— And more than once, it happened that clients would get the wrong door, and walk into the school, before they realized, there were no girls there, but young students instead.
— In the end, Gaius Pontius saw that his old father — Herennius Pontius, had been right all along. Samnia now had a deadly enemy called Rome, and all Romans could think of, was vengeance.
— Instead, people die the day nobody ever talks about them, or even thinks about them.
— From this point of view, I can hardly wait until we get to the Emperors!