2 edition of Pugnax the gladiator. found in the catalog.
Pugnax the gladiator.
|Statement||Illustrated by Henry C. Pitz.|
|Series||Roman life and times series,, v.5|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.A5486 Pu2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||61001111|
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Pugnax was a very well-known gladiator. Pugnāx ōlim in arēnā pugnābat, et leō Pugnācem necāvit. Pugnax once fought in the arena, and the lion killed Pugnax. Biblo & Tannen Booksellers & Publishers is a publisher of young adult books. Some of the books published by Biblo & Tannen Booksellers & Publishers include With the Eagles, Pugnax the Gladiator, Lucius, Adventures of a Roman Boy, and Caesar's Army: A Study of the Military Art of the Romans in the Last Days of the Republic.
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Pugnax the Gladiator, written inis part of a series of adventure books that take place in the Roman empire. Anderson's books were published by Biblio and Tannen, who also published Edgar Rice Burrough's "Warlord of Mars" series.5/5(4). Pugnax the Gladiator [Paul L. Anderson, Henry C. Pitz] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(4).
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book. Pugnax the Gladiator is part of a series of adventure books that take place in the Roman empire. Set in the days of Cicero, before Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon, in the years before the Roman Republic evolved into the Roman Empire, it tells the story of a young Gaul sold into slavery after being captured during a battle between tribe, and is subsequently shipped to Rome and sold to a Pages: Pugnax the Gladiator: A young person's guide to late Republican Rome Published by User, 2 years ago Anderson paints a vivid portrait of life in I century BCE Rome in a series of interconnected short stories.5/5(1).
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Pugnax the Gladiator is part of a series of adventure books that take place in the Roman empire. Set in the days of Cicero, before Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon, in the years before the Roman Republic evolved into the Roman Empire, it tells the story of a young Gaul sold into slavery after being captured during a battle between tribe, and is subsequently shipped to Rome and sold to a Ianista who trains.
Gladiator is a science fiction novel by American author Philip Wylie, first published in The story concerns a scientist who invents an "alkaline free-radical" serum to "improve" humankind by granting the proportionate strength of an ant and the leaping ability of the grasshopper.
The scientist injects his pregnant wife with the serum and his son Hugo Danner is born with superhuman strength, speed, Author: Philip Wylie. Gladiator Summary. Germania, A.D. (a.k.a.: old). The Romans, under the leadership of their studly general, Maximus (Russell Crowe), are preparing for one final battle against the frankly terrifying Germanic tribes.
But the promise of peace looms. This book is called Gladiators. This is what it says on the back of the book: "Maximus is a general in the Roman Army. After his last battle he wants to return to his family, but the new Emperor hates Maximus, and kills his family.
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"We are companions of your father, Maximus and Pugnax." "Pater meus erat fortis mīles?" ego postulō. "Was my father a brave soldier?" I ask for. "Pater tuus est optimus vir. Nōs erāmus in maximō perīculō in Aegyptō, et pater tuus nōs servāvit." "Your father is a very well man. We were in great danger in Egypt, and your father saved us.".
The Cambridge Latin Course (CLC) is a series of textbooks published by Cambridge University Press, used to teach Latin to secondary school students. First published inthe series is in its fifth edition as of April It has reached high status in the United Kingdom, being the most successful Latin course in the country and used by 85% of Latin-teaching her: Cambridge University Press.
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Pugnax the Gladiator. ISBN Dumnorix the Aeduan, sold into slavery and given the Roman name of Pugnax ("Fond of Fighting"), becomes a gladiator at Rome and encounters undreamed of adventures References. Pugnax the Gladiator (Roman Life and Times Series) Paul L.
Anderson $ Caecilius: I understand the situation. The gladiator was Pugnax. Pugnax was a very well-known gladiator. Pugnax once fought in the arena, and a lion killed Pugnax.
Pugnax is not alive: Pugnax is a ghost. A ghost killed Decens. by Paul L. Anderson includes books With the Eagles (Roman Life and Times Series), Slave of Catiline, Swords in the North., and several more.
See the complete The Roman Life and Times series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.The Gladiators () is the first novel by the author Arthur Koestler; it portrays the effects of the Spartacus revolt in the Roman hed init was later reprinted in other editions.
The book is the first of a trilogy, including Darkness at Noon (), and Arrival and Departure (), which address idealism going wrong.
This is a common theme in Koestler's work and life.catiline" which, itself, is the logical sequel to "pugnax the gladiator" the books are written in a serialized chapter format and don't have to be read in order (in fact, "pugnax" was published last).
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