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Roman Britain by Henry Freeman - free on Amazon Kindle ebooks

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This one is free, also World War 1 a history from beginning to end by the same author. Also an ebook about the Battle of Waterloo.
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This one is free, also World War 1 a history from beginning to end by the same author. Also an ebook about the Battle of Waterloo.
maryokane Avatar
4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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Snapped this up.
I'm an utter fanatic on Ancient Roman History ever since being taken along Hadrians Wall with a schoolfriend by my teacher when I was 10.
Wouldn't be allowed now, due to handful of creepy weirdoes and a LOT of arrogant pompous self-serving PC types - but it was an absolutely wonderful day and I've been fascinated by Ancient Rome and Ancient History since
Sorry for droning on - but take a look around Corbridge and let the magic spark you too - then go to Rome, or Diocletian's palace in Split, etc etc etc X)

Edited By: PhilK on Oct 05, 2016 15:50: .
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Thank you
#3
Lots of other free books if look down the page...;)

Just love that word..................FREE
#4
Cheers. We could with a bit more Roman wisdom again.
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PhilK
Snapped this up.
I'm an utter fanatic on Ancient Roman History ever since being taken along Hadrians Wall with a schoolfriend by my teacher when I was 10.
Wouldn't be allowed now, due to handful of creepy weirdoes and a LOT of arrogant pompous self-serving PC types - but it was an absolutely wonderful day and I've been fascinated by Ancient Rome and Ancient History since
Sorry for droning on - but take a look around Corbridge and let the magic spark you too - then go to Rome, or Domitian's palace in Split, etc etc etc X)
What did you think to pompeii and herculaneum
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archer1204
PhilK
Snapped this up.
I'm an utter fanatic on Ancient Roman History ever since being taken along Hadrians Wall with a schoolfriend by my teacher when I was 10.
Wouldn't be allowed now, due to handful of creepy weirdoes and a LOT of arrogant pompous self-serving PC types - but it was an absolutely wonderful day and I've been fascinated by Ancient Rome and Ancient History since
Sorry for droning on - but take a look around Corbridge and let the magic spark you too - then go to Rome, or Domitian's palace in Split, etc etc etc X)
What did you think to pompeii and herculaneum
Fabulous. The temp when my wife and I were there was boiling though. Well into mid-30c.
LOVED the museums particularly the courtyard at National Roman Museum in Rome.
Also loved the Naples museum which was fabulous, and the Vatican museum - not Catholic but I adored everything about the Vatican. Art scultures etc
#7
Fantastic, thanks maryokane. I feel the same way as PhilK. Heat!!
#8
50 pages isn't going to make it that interesting. Good job it's free :)
#9
Thanks Heat Applied :)

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