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Roman Tales: The Captive Celt By Terry Deary

Roman Tales: The Captive Celt
by Terry Deary

AD 51. Rome is full of the news that the infamous British chief Caratacus has been captured. Little does Bran, a feisty young Celtic slave, realize that this event is going to change his life.
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AD 51. Bran is a slave, a prisoner of Rome, but dreams of one day returning to his homeland, Britannia, to fight against the Romans. When the proud young slave is overheard criticizing Rome, he is thrown into prison and faces execution the next day. Luckily, his cell mate Caratacus is a very special prisoner indeed - a British chief. He believes he has a way to save both their skins, but he'll need Bran's help. A tale based on a key moment in Roman history, full of Terry Deary's dark humour and dry wit.

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Sku
GOR002220976
Title
Roman Tales: The Captive Celt
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Year published
Number of pages
64
ISBN 10
0713689609
ISBN 13
9780713689600
Prizes
N/A
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