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Eboracvm: Carved in Stone

(The Eboracvm #3)

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It’s the final battle as a new century dawns.

Book Three is the last in the Eboracum series. The story takes us to Britain in A.D. 105. A new century is dawning and Rome’s frontiers are in turmoil again. The Celts are eager to free themselves from Rome’s crushing rule. However, loyalty does not always stand with the father.

An ageing Cethen Lamh-fada and his still sharp-wi
Paperback, 534 pages
Published August 26th 2010 by Trafford Publishing
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Jun 10, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This is the conclusion of the family sagas of Cethen Lamh-fada and Gaius Sabinius Trebonius. The obsessive commander of Eboracvm, Marius Appius, is rebuilding the fortress in stone: hence the subtitle. Cethen's two youngest sons, Mordan and Bryn, half brothers to each other and to all of Cethen's older children, still oppose Romans, whereas Cethen's two oldest sons, Rhun and Tuis, are firmly in the Roman camp. We follow Jessa, Marcus' daughter, now in her twenties, a healer and medica. Jessa is ...more
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This is the third in the Eboracum Trilogy and, unlike the previous two books, deals with historical events that are less well known (to me at least) than those of the previous two books. 'Carved in Stone' covers a period of raids along the northern frontier, culminating in an attack on Luguvalium (the present day Carlisle.) However, this work isn’t so much about the battle scenes but the personal journeys of the vividly portrayed characters. In time, the book is set a generation after the events ...more
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