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Circo Máximo, de Santiago Posteguillo, que ha escrito otras obras de narrativa histórica como Las Legiones Malditas o los angeles traición de Roma, es l. a. segunda parte de los angeles trilogía de Trajano, que comenzó con Los asesinos del emperador, un relato impactante, descomunal, descrito con un trepidante pulso narrativo destinado a trasla dar al lector a los angeles Roma imperial de los césares. Santiago posteguillo se ha convertido en el autor español de referencia de l. a. novela histórica sobre Roma y el mundo antiguo. Bienvenidos al mundo de Marco Ulpio Trajano. Circo Máximo es los angeles historia de Trajano y su gobierno, guerras y traiciones, lealtades insobornables e historias de amor imposibles. Hay una vestal, un juicio, inocentes acusados, un abogado especial, mensajes cifrados, códigos secretos, batallas campales, fortalezas inexpugnables, asedios sin fin, dos aurigas rivales, el Anfiteatro, los gladiadores y tres carreras de cuadrigas. Hay también un caballo especial, diferente a todos, leyes antiguas olvidadas, sacrificios humanos, amargura y terror, pero también destellos de nobleza y esperanza, como los angeles llama de Vesta, que mientras arde preserva a Roma. Sólo que hay noches en las que los angeles llama del Templo de Vesta tiembla. l. a. rueda de los angeles Fortuna comienza entonces a girar. En esos momentos, todo puede pasar y hasta l. a. vida del propio Trajano, aunque él no lo sepa, corre peligro. Y, esto es lo mejor de todo, ocurrió: hubo un complot para asesinar a Marco Ulpio Trajano

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Both contained twenty or thirty pennies. He was even more pleased with their swords, which were worth more than a few pennies. He began to strip the dead men, which was difficult for him with one hand, so he made Gwenda help him. The lifeless bodies were awkwardly heavy, so strange to touch. Pa made her take off everything they wore, even their muddy hose and their soiled underdrawers. He wrapped their weapons in the clothing, making what looked like a bundle of rags. Then he and Gwenda dragged the naked corpses back into the evergreen bush.

Merthin was more surprised at Godwyn. How could an intelligent and educated man fail to see through Elfric? Perhaps it was less obvious to the person who was the object of the compliments. Godwyn opened a small door and led the way up a narrow spiral staircase concealed in the wall. Merthin felt excited. He loved to enter the hidden passageways of the cathedral. He was also curious about the dramatic collapse, and eager to figure out its cause. The aisles were single-storey structures that stuck out either side of the main body of the church.

You’re right,” he said, entering into the game. “That’s five already. ” Few people could make out the tongue of the traders who came to Kingsbridge from the weaving towns of Flanders: Ypres, Bruges, Ghent. ” “And Mother Cecilia told me that all the barbarians have their own tongues that no one even knows how to write down – Scots, Welsh, Irish, and probably others. ” Merthin grinned. Caris was the only person he could do this with. Among their friends of the same age, no one understood the thrill of imagining strange people and different ways of life.

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