Give me back my legions!: a novel of ancient Rome

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Publius Quinctilius Varus, a Roman politician, is summoned by the Emperor, Augustus Caesar. Given three legions and sent to the Roman frontier east of the Rhine, his mission is to subdue the barbarous German tribes where others have failed and to bring their land fully under Rome's control. Arminius, a prince of the Cherusci, is playing a deadly game. He serves in the Roman army, gaining Roman citizenship and an officer's rank, and learning the arts of war and policy as practiced by the Romans. What he learns is essential for the survival of Germany, for he must unite his people against Rome before they become enslaved by the Empire and lose their way of life forever. An epic battle is brewing, and these two men stand on opposite sides of what will forever be known as the Battle of the Teutoberg Forest--a ferocious, bloody clash that will change the course of history.
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subject_facetArminius, -- Prince of the Cherusci -- Fiction
Augustus, -- Emperor of Rome, -- 63 B.C.-14 A.D. -- Fiction
Germany -- History -- To 843 -- Fiction
Historical fiction
Roman provinces -- Germany -- Fiction
Teutoburger Wald, Battle of, Germany, 9 A.D. -- Fiction
Varus, Publius Quintilius -- Fiction
War stories
title_displayGive me back my legions! : a novel of ancient Rome
title_fullGive me back my legions! : a novel of ancient Rome [electronic resource] / Harry Turtledove
title_shortGive me back my legions!
title_suba novel of ancient Rome
topic_facetArminius
Augustus
History
Roman provinces
Teutoburger Wald, Battle of, Germany, 9 A.D
Varus, Publius Quintilius