The Sea Kings of Rome

The Sea Kings of RomeWhat Started Out As A Traditional Fight To The Death Ended Up Being The Most Dramatic Gladiatorial Bout Ever Recorded Blow For Blow No Other Fight In Roman History Has Been Sensational, Remarkable Than The Fight Between Priscus And Verus The Bout S Curious Place In History Stems From It S Unique Beginning And Remarkable End In 79 AD, Two Men Heralded As Demi Gods, Stepped Onto Roman Triremes As They Prepared Themselves For The Naumachia They Were Both Champions, Having Proved Themselves Through Epic Gladiatorial Combat But Now, As They Looked Over The Dozens Of Ships Crowded In The Man Made Harbor, They Would Have A Chance To Join The Ranks Of Legend None Of That Fame Mattered To Verus A Man Who Had Been Forced Into This Barbarity As He Stared Long And Hard At Thousands Of Opponents Across The Lake, All Begging For The Combat To Begin, Only One Of The Many Faces Mattered To Him That Was The Man That Caused The Nightmares, The Man That Undid Everything That Was The Man They Called Priscus The Gaul.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 370 pages
  • The Sea Kings of Rome
  • Sterling Nixon
  • English
  • 20 August 2018

10 thoughts on “The Sea Kings of Rome

  1. Joe Corso says:

    This book is so well written you feel that you are in the arena If you like books about ancient Rome and Gladiators I recommend this book highly.Joe D Albert

  2. Julia Nixon says:

    Seriously great book.

  3. Redsilver says:

    Very gripping Page turner The kind of book that goes by so quickly you are surprised to find yourself on the last page I have never seen a book done quite like this, with alternating chapters between tw...

  4. Elizabeth says:

    Excellent work of historical fiction It was a compelling read from cover to cover action packed, thought provoking, and fascinating to learn about the lives, culture and society of Roman Gladiators I appreciated all the historical research that went into this book and highly recommend it

  5. R J Mirabal says:

    Looking for realistic, gritty but not disgusting action, especially hand to hand combat between gladiators This is your book The thing I liked best in this intriguing tale by Sterling Nixon was the historic detail about the gladiator s life and the compelling conflict between the two protagonists in this tale In spite of the detail, Nixon keeps the reader interested, anticipating what s going to happen next Verus and Priscus are unique and fascinating characters as we are taken along for the ride that reveals how these two very different individuals became gladiators I don t want to spoil anything but I guarantee you ll not put down this book until you reach the dramatic, but satisfying conclusion If you liked the movie, Gladiator, you...

  6. Tinmann says:

    The naumachia in Latin naumachia, from the Ancient Greek naumach a, literally naval combat in the Ancient Roman world referred to both the re enactment of naval battles and the basin or broadly, the complex in which this took place which means they knew who would win when they stepped on the boatsthe combatants were frequently those on death row and did n...

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