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Sacrifice Of The Septimus

Author: Stephanie Hudson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781539360643
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The Sands of Time are filled with dangers and new enemies to face. But for Keira to stand tall in a world she does not know, she must first brave the differences in loving the man she calls Draven and the man she must now call her King. Join Keira as she is thrown into an ancient time and faces her biggest challenge yet... How to get a Demon King to fall for a human girl he is forbidden to love.

Trac 96

Author: Karen Meadows
Publisher: Oxbow Books Limited
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Eighteen papers from the 1996 TRAC gathering. The contributions are: Theorising Roman Archaeology ( J C Barrett ); `Romanization'-`imperialism': What are we talking about? ( P Freeman ); Technologies of power in Roman Britain ( C Forcey ); The enemy without, the enemy within: more thoughts on the images ( I Ferris ); The role of African Red Slip ware vessel volume in Mediterranean demography ( J W J Hawthorne ); Samian: beyond dating ( S Willis ); Symbols, pottery and trade ( P Rush ); Native or Roman? Ironwork hoards in Roman Britain ( A R J Hutcheson ); Abandonment, rubbish disposal and `special' deposits at Newstead ( S Clarke ); The use of animal bone in the intepretation of the Iron Age to Roman cultural transition ( J E Richardson ); Human sacrifice in Roman Britain ( R M J Isserlin ); Elite settlements in the Roman and Sub-Roman period ( D Petts ); Settlement and the construction of ethnicity in Roman Sardinia ( E Blake ); Invisible peasants and consumer subcultures in north-west Britannia ( K J Matthews ); Aspects of Romanization in the Wroxeter hinterland ( R White and M van Leusen ); The use of water for social control in the Roman Empire ( S P Ellis ); Towards a theory of Roman urbanism: beyond economics and ideal-types ( M Grahame ); `Roman' urban form and culture difference ( S Clarke and D J Robinson ).