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In the year 2258, the Roman Empire still lives, and thrives on its status as an interstellar civilization. Spreading its influence across the stars, the Empire must contend with enemies, old and new, that wish to see nothing more than to bring it to its knees. Spearheading the Imperial advance… Read More
In the 11th century AD, the ailing Byzantine Empire teeters on the brink of full-blown war with the Seljuk Sultanate. In the borderlands of Eastern Anatolia, a land riven with bloodshed and doubt, a dark hero rises from the ashes of the conflict. Apion's journey will be a savage one,… Read More
379 AD: Thracia has fallen to the Gothic horde… With the ashes of Adrianople still swirling in the air, the Eastern Roman Empire is in turmoil. The emperor is dead, the throne lies empty and the remaining fragments of the army are few and scattered. Numerius Vitellius Pavo, now Tribunus… Read More
The gods payed a huge part in roman everyday life, this is why Read More

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I started the story last year, I was really into writing it and I had fun doing it, I just want to see if this is even any good considering what it is, I want to write more and get better at making story's but I also want opinion of… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 14, 2016

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Tags: love, wife, rome, roman, 47-bc

Poem / Poetry

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Tags: lust, wife, slave, roman, 47bc

The fate of the East rests on the edge of a sword as the legions and the Goths march to war… 378 AD: Fritigern’s Gothic horde tightens its iron grip on Thracia and only a handful of well-walled cities to the south remain in imperial hands. The few tattered legions… Read More
This article describes in brief the why and how humour thrived during the thousands of years that man (and women) civilised themselves. The article treats humour as was seen in Biblical times, during Greek and Roman times; in the writings of Shakespeare and Dickens. There is even a hint of… Read More
In August 2011, a Reddit user The_Quiet_Earth submitted a question to the sites 'Ask Reddit' section: "Could I destroy the entire Roman Empire during the reign of Augustus if I traveled back in time with a modern U.S. Marine infantry battalion or MEU?" This is my response. (now available at… Read More
There exists incredible history that once lived, but was purposely destroyed long ago. One such story barely whispers today. If it weren’t for a mosaic recently discovered at an archaeological excavation in Thrace, the world would have never known the truth. Theodora Apsimar was the first and last female Marcher… Read More
The legions are in tatters, and the Gothic hordes are gathering beyond the mountains . . . 377 AD: Thracia’s legions are few and broken in the wake of the Battle of Ad Salices. But the scattered centuries and cohorts rally in an effort to blockade the Haemus Mountain passes… Read More

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20 Years before the main story, Saturninus Aurelius Gallus led a carefree life in his father's villa upon Palatine in Roma, when he becomes infatuated with a plebian girl from Capua, he would do anything to marry her. Including giving in to his father's request for him to take up… Read More

Short Story / Commercial Fiction

February 03, 2015

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Mars, Roman God of War, hears the prayers for help from his people but will he help them in their time of need? Read More

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A short speech that a Roman general gave before a forgotten attack on the city of Alexandria in Egypt. Read More

Short Story / Other

July 20, 2014

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the story speaks for itself Read More
The storm is upon us, Haga. The answers you seek dance within its wrath . . . 1071 AD. Emperor Romanus Diogenes has rekindled the guttering flame of Byzantium. Yet in the eastern borderlands, two vital strongholds hang in the balance. Manzikert and Chliat must be won to secure the… Read More

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Yohann made a crazy revelation to the love of his life. But when the ones say "I love you", and the others say "Neither do I", things get pretty complicated. Read More
Roman is quite a simple guy and mostly search things that every one searches, in life. But when he falls down on Adonis, his whole and his vision of himself is going to change forever. Despite the fact Adonis is 38 years old, and Roman is 20 years less aged,… Read More

Poem / Fantasy

January 29, 2014

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Let it flow, written with a tinge of Roman influence Read More

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Description de l'ouvrage Date de publication: 7 octobre 2013 Ce roman met en scène avec humour et sensualité les aventures amoureuses d'un jeune enseignant français envoyé au pays des Mores. Immédiatement envoûté par la beauté du pays, par le charme de ses filles, par la culture locale, le personnage se… Read More

Book / Romance

December 03, 2013

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Keazy is such a flirt... What would be more normal when you're the typical beautiful and rich kind of guy? But inside of any heartbreak bursts out a very beautiful and true lover, far from the frugality of hedonism kind of personality, and a man, one man moves his heart… Read More
The empire is on its knees, but a last hope lies beyond the eastern frontier . . . 377 AD: Emperor Valens has stripped the Persian frontier of its legions, sending every available man to Thracia in an effort to contain the rampaging Gothic hordes. Now, covetous eyes have fallen… Read More
War, Power, Greed, Jihad, Inquisition, Crusades and Extremists, all words we associate with religion. Shamans, priests, prophets and magicians, servants of the gods, mediums of power, or frauds? Who built the great ziggurats which stand on opposite sides of our world, in Iran and Central America? Did the ancients worship… Read More
This story is a cross between Golgo 13,Demon Eyes Kyo, Longmire t.v. show and a hint of Read More

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A poem about the unexpected difficulties that arise in relationships. Read More

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Follow the Story Of a Captured Barbarian Troop tying to Survive The Roman labor Camps And Learn Of their Daily Challenges. Read More

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Man in a mental hospital. Read more to find out. Read More
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