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Julius Caesar, appointed dictator for life by the Roman Senate, has pardoned his remaining enemies and rewarded his friends. Now Caesar is preparing to leave Rome with his legions to wage a war of conquest against the Parthian Empire. But he has a few more things to do before he goes. Gordianus the Finder, after decades of investigating crimes and murders involving the powerful, has been raised to Equestrian rank and has firmly and finally decided to retire. But on the morning of March 10th, he"s first summoned to meet with Cicero and then with Caesar himself. Both have the same request of Gordianus--keep your ear to the ground, ask around, and find out if there are any conspiracies against Caesar"s life. And Caesar has one other matter of vital importance to discuss. Gordianus"s adopted son Meto has long been one of Caesar"s closest confidants. To honor Meto, Caesar plans to bestow on Gordianus an honor which will change not only his life but the destiny of his entire family. It will happen when the Senate next convenes on the 15th of March. Gordianus must dust off his old skills and see what plots against Julius Caesar, if any, he can uncover. But more than one conspiracy is afoot. The Ides of March is fast approaching and at least one murder is inevitable.--from Publishers description.

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StatementSteven Saylor
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LC ClassificationsPS3569.A96 T48 2018
The Physical Object
Pagination392 pages
Number of Pages392
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26945075M
ISBN 101250087120
ISBN 109781250087126
LC Control Number2017041306
OCLC/WorldCa983823928

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In The Throne of Caesar, award-winning mystery author Steven Saylor turns to the most famous murder in history: It’s Rome, 44 B.C., and the Ides of March are approaching. Julius Caesar, appointed dictator for life by the Roman Senate, has pardoned his remaining enemies and rewarded his friends.   Description In The Throne of Caesar, award-winning mystery author Steven Saylor turns to the most famous murder in history It's Rome, 44 AD, and the Ides of March are approaching. Julius Caesar has been appointed Dictator for life by the Roman Senate/5(). Book Summary In The Throne of Caesar, award-winning mystery author Steven Saylor turns to the most famous murder in history: It's Rome, 44 B.C., and the Ides of March are approaching. Julius Caesar, appointed dictator for life by the Roman Senate, has pardoned his . The Throne of Caesar: A Novel of Ancient Rome (Novels of Ancient Rome) Author. Saylor, Steven. Publisher. Minotaur Books. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization. Ancient History Encyclopedia receives a small commission for each book sold.

  The Throne of Caesar is the 16th book in the Roma Sub Rosa series, a series that also includes three prequel novels and two collections of short stories. Saylor began in with Roman Blood, set in 80 B.C. some 36 years before the events of this book, and he has slowly been working towards the assassination of Julius Caesar. In The Throne of Caesar, award-winning mystery author Steven Saylor turns to the most famous murder in history It's Rome, 44 AD, and the Ides of March are approaching. Julius Caesar has been appointed Dictator for life by the Roman Senate. Having pardoned his remaining enemies and rewarded his friends, Caesar is now preparing to leave Rome with his army to fight the Parthian Empire/5().   --Margaret George In The Throne of Caesar, award-winning mystery author Steven Saylor turns to the most famous murder in history: It's Rome, 44 B.C., and the Ides of March are approaching. Julius Caesar, appointed dictator for life by the Roman Senate, has pardoned his remaining enemies and rewarded his friends/5(10). The Throne of Caesar by Steven Saylor. likes. The End. The Intrigue. The Untold Story. THE THRONE OF CAESAR, coming Ides of March —Capstone of the Roma Sub Rosa series with Gordianus the Finder.

Novel. Gordianus the Finder, who investigates crimes and murders, is requested by Cicero and then Caesar himself to find out if there are any conspiracies against Caesar's life. Gordianus soon finds there is more than one conspiracy afoot. The ides of March are fast approaching and at . The Throne of Caesar (Hardcover) A Novel of Ancient Rome (Novels of Ancient Rome #16) By Steven Saylor. Minotaur Books, , pp. Publication . In The Throne of Caesar, award-winning mystery author Steven Saylor turns to the most famous murder in history: It’s Rome, 44 BC, and the Ides of March are approaching. Julius Caesar . The Throne of Caesar is a fitting capstone to one of the most important series in mystery fiction. As always, Gordianus the Finder proves to be a shrewd and compassionate observer of the most tumultuous events in Roman history. --Gardner Dozois, editor of the New York Times bestselling Warriors/5(82).