Lepidus the Centurion

A Roman of Today by Edwin Lester Linden Arnold

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The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied. See all our books here, order more than 1 book and get discounted shipping.. Seller Inventory # Edwin L. Arnold (–) was the author of several books, including Lepidus the Centurion: A Roman of d A. Lupoff is the author of Claremont Tales and Circumpolar: A Hoppenstand is a professor of American thought and . Antony, Octavius, and Lepidus form a political alliance and take of the rule of Rome as a triumvirate after Caesar's death. It can be argued that, of .   A centurion was an officer of the Roman Army, in charge of soldiers. This one's servant was suffering a life-threatening illness. The centurion had heard of a man named "Jesus", who could perform healings and miracles. Though he had never met or seen him, Jesus became his hope. He did not feel worthy enough.

Search result for edwin-lester-arnold: Gulliver of Mars(), Edwin Lester Arnold(), On the Indian Hills(), Gulliver of Mars(), Lepidus the Centurion: A Roman of Today ()(), On the Indian Hills(), etc books - Free Download ebooks. 1. AND now two of the legions had completed their banks on the eighth day of the month Lous [Ab]. Whereupon Titus gave orders that the battering rams should be brought, and set over against the western edifice of the inner temple; for before these were brought, the firmest of all the other engines had battered the wall for six days together without ceasing, without making any . It is easily as good as the Patton tank book we had in a while back. P&S need to do more of these. They are easy to read, well illustrated and you can go back to them in the fine tradition of the series. They kind of whet your appetite for more. If you like tanks, buy the book. If you love the Centurion, buy the book. The Centurion, by Ken GireMeet Lucius, the centurion in charge of Jesus’ crucifixion. His life would change forever that day, but it would take years for him to realize it. While trying to make sense of what happened, he meets a woman who seems to understand who Jesus was, why he was so different – a woman named Mary Magdalene. There is an obvious attraction between /5(4).

Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, (died c. 77 bc, Sardinia), Roman senator who attempted unsuccessfully to overthrow the constitution imposed by the dictator Sulla.. Although he had supported Sulla’s rise to power and became wealthy in the Sullan proscriptions, Lepidus was elected consul for 78 with the help of Pompey, despite Sulla’s opposition. When Sulla died in 78, Lepidus sought to . This book, considered merely as an essay, is one of the most entertaining productions of ancient times; but, beheld as a picture drawn from life, exhibiting the real characters and sentiments of men of the first distinction for virtue and wisdom in the Roman Republic, it becomes doubly interesting to every reader of observation and taste. In Rome, leaving your fortunes in the hands of others is pure folly. This is a lesson which Lepidus has learned the hard way. When Caesar was murdered, he held the position of Magister Equitum, or Master of Horses, which effectively made him second-in-command of the Republic.

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"Lepidus the Centurion: A Roman of Today" is the another book by Edwin Lester Lindon Arnold. It has not been suggested as a possible influence on Edgar Rice Burroughs, unlike Arnold's better known "Phra" and "Gullivar Jones" books, but there /5. "Lepidus the Centurion",a British fantasy novel from ,tells how a young Squire,while walking on his estate,discovers the underground tomb of a Centurion of ancient some unexplained way,the Centurion returns to Squire befriends the Centurion,called Marcus Lepidus,and the Roman(introduced as an Italian cousin),joins a party of guests at the Squire's /5(3).

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Centurion is a historical fiction novel (ISBN ) written by Simon Scarrow, published by Headline Book Publishing in It is book 8 in the Eagles of the Empire series, continuing Macro and Cato 's adventures in the eastern provinces of the Roman Empire that began in The Eagle in the Sand.

2 Main characters. 3 Novel : Simon Scarrow. Phra was first published in 24 parts in the prestigious Illustrated London News, and later published in book form in the United States and the United Kingdom. Arnold later wrote other novels, including Rutherford the Twice-Born () and Lepidus the Centurion: A Roman of Today (), both of which flopped commercially.

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Lepidus became one of the triumvirs partly because he had a large number of soldiers under his command and also because Antony needed him. He served to balance the power of Antony and young Octavius Caesar, because he was a threat to neither Octavius nor Antony. Lepidus is the eldest of the three men, and he is, perhaps, the least ambitious.

View all covers for Lepidus the Centurion: A Roman of Today (logged in users can change User Preferences to always display covers on this page) Reviews Review by Douglas Menville and Robert Reginald () in Lost Race and Adult Fantasy Fiction: 69 Books, reprinted in:Author: Edwin Lester Arnold.

Arnold, Edwin Lester. LEPIDUS THE CENTURION: A ROMAN OF TO-DAY. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. Publishers, []. Octavo, pp. [] [ blank] [note first two and last three leaves are blanks], inserted frontispiece with illustration by Frank T.

Merrill, title page printed in orange and black, original pictorial brown cloth, front panel stamped in light green, Book Edition: First U.S.

Edition. Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, (died 13/12 bc), Roman statesman, one of the triumvirs who ruled Rome after He was the son of a prominent politician (d.

77 bc) of the same s joined the Caesarian side during the Civil War (49–45) between Caesar and. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Lepidus the Centurion: A Roman of Today at Centurion Books & Stationery. likes. Jamaican bookstore providing books, stationery, supplies, uniforms, bags, shoes, for kindergarten to high 5/5(1).

Edwin L. Arnold () was the author of several books, including "Lepidus the Centurion: A Roman of Today." Richard A. Lupoff is the author of "Claremont Tales" and "Circumpolar: A Novel." Gary Hoppenstand is a professor of American thought.

O dark Centurion, and heed My word. Tomorrow you will read The orders down from Lycias, Your high command. Do not discuss, Obey. The Lord has heard your prayer Tonight, but what you must do there, Will sting.

Remember, there is One Whose word, when all is said and done, Will nullify what rulers meant, Or make it serve his own intent.".

Buy Centurion Vehicle Briefing - Lepidus Original Art - Renegade Legion Art from Dana Knutson - part of our ' Toys, Movies & More - Art, Prints & Books collection. Lepidus’ son, Marcus Aemilius Lepidus (III), attempted unsuccessfully to murder Octavian in 30 BC.

Lepidus Junior was the first would-be assassin of an emperor and the incident only gave Augustus another reason to torment his old partner.

Finally, Lepidus died in 13 BC and his final title of Pontifex Maximus was then assumed by Octavian. The Centurions by Jean Larteguy. You Searched For: Author/Artist etc.: jean larteguy, Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes.

May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Marcus Aemilius Lepidus (triumvir) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Marcus Aemilius Lepidus (Latin: MAEMILIVSMFQNLEPIDVS),[1] (born c. 89 or 88 BC, died late 13 or early 12 BC)[2] was a Roman patrician who rose to become a member of the Second Triumvirate and Pontifex Maximus.

Annals, Book I 1 1 Rome at the outset was a city state under the government of kings: liberty and the consulate were institutions of Lucius Brutus. Dictatorships were always a temporary expedient: the decemviral office was dead within two years, nor was the consular authority of the military tribunes long-lived.

To give some idea of his place in Roman chronology, Marcus Aemilius Lepidus was about a decade younger than Gaius Julius Caesar, half a decade older than Mark Antony and about twenty-five years older than Gaius Octavius (subsequently Augustus, com.

Lepidus (lĕp´Ĭdəs), family of the ancient Roman patrician gens Aemilia. Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, d. BC, was a consul in and BC, a censor in BC, and pontifex maximus [high priest] from BC He served with distinction in the war with Antiochus III of Syria. Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, d.

77 BC, was praetor of Sicily (81 BC). As consul (78 BC), he was bitterly. The weary-worn Centurion inquired in a languid voice who it was.

“A friend,” whispered Sheshonk. “Hush, Sir Centurion, and hearken. Lepidus, your second in command, has offered a thousand pieces of gold for your safe return; do you confirm the offer?” “Ay, and add a thousand to it,” answered the Centurion. Geology/Mineralogy/Palaeont. The first of many highly successful James Bond novels, Casino Royale was published in The book was a huge success and would later be made into a film in as a spy comedy starring Peter Sellers, Ursala Andress and David Niven.

Later, init was remade into a true spy thriller starring Daniel Craig. Lepidus the Centurion: A Roman of To-day A classic historical fantasy revolving around immortality, a theme that was dear to Edwin Lester Arnold and the writers of the late 19th Century.

Marcus Lepidus accepts the position of Centurion /5(8). This book is a work of fiction set in modern day Rome wherein Lepidus takes the reader on a journey of his civilization and life.

The chapters are entitled: I exhume myself; sleeper awakened; and rehabilitated; some dinner and an alarm; Centurion plays centaur; interrupted explanation; Roman reflects; she comes; old love and the new; chapter of accidents; strange discovery; we Author: Edwin Lester Arnold.THE CENTURION brings back the character Martinus Harinxma, who was the hero of Jan de Hartog’s novels THE CAPTAIN and THE COMMODORE.

He is now retired and spends his time studying Roman history.Rank has its privileges I. OBSERVATION: A. Passage Selected: Luke Also in Matt Read both accounts and notice differences.

B. Progression Stated: Ideological or Biographical The main idea is faith, but the miracle could also be outlined around the centurion.

C. Presentation Summarized: There are differences in the gospel accounts of this miracle.