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Conspirata by Robert Harris
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Oct 10, 11

bookshelves: to-read

And speaking of I. Claudius, I'd forgotten about this sequel to the perfectly good and well-researched...uh, whatever the first one was called. Gah, I can't really remember the first one all that well, unfortunately. Maybe it'll come back to me.

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Genia Lukin Imperium. Funny, I found these boring. Maybe because I studied the Catilina conspiracy to death, as well as read McCullough's Masters of Rome. Incidentally, perfectly good and well researched, I advise you try her, rather than Harris.

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Alex I definitely have McCullough on my list. She's universally adored.

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