Die Schwerter des Tiberius Iris Kammerer

ISBN: 9783453873605

Published: December 1st 2004


564 pages


Die Schwerter des Tiberius  by  Iris Kammerer

Die Schwerter des Tiberius by Iris Kammerer
December 1st 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 564 pages | ISBN: 9783453873605 | 10.20 Mb

AD 11. The Romans have been driven out of large parts of Germania. Since his return from captivity, Gaius Cinna has been having to assert himself anew in the Roman army. As a negotiator for Tiberius, the heir to Augustus, he again meets his arch-enemy Arminius, the leader of the rebels. It is not long before Cinna is accused by his own people of siding with the enemy. Suddenly, when a mutiny breaks out, the life of his wife Sunja is in great danger.

Press A moving epic about human dignity, lost honour and a big love. Brigitte The book is so good that it is difficult to put down Neue Presse, Hannover With her sequel to The Tribune, Iris Kammerer has created a masterpiece. Spiel mit Author Iris Kammerer was born in 1963 and studied Classical Philology, Philosophy and Literature in Munich and Marburg. She has worked as a copywriter and consultant.

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