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Beric the Briton [SCM]

by G. A. Henty Author

The Britons were known to have superior strength but it was no match for the discipline of the Roman invaders. Beric is a young boy chief who plays a major role in the insucerction against Rome. For awhile Beric and his men were able to hold the land but soon the superior discipline of the Roman army prevailed. Beric becomes a prisoner and travels to Rome. Henty describes the gladiator school, the great fire and life under the rule of Nero.

Additional Details

Resource Type
Book
ISBN
1604246774
Print Status
In Print
Chapters
21
Pages
348
Suggested Grades
7th - 12th
Geographical Setting
Rome, England, Italy
Historical Setting
61 - 61
Publisher
Book Jungle
Copyright
2007
Written
1892

Chapters

  • 1 A Hostage
  • 2 City and Forest
  • 3 A Wolf Hunt
  • 4 An Infuriated People
  • 5 The Sack of Camalodunum
  • 6 First Successes
  • 7 Defeat of the Britons
  • 8 The Great Swamps
  • 9 The Struggle in the Swamp
  • 10 Betrayed
  • 11 A Prisoner
  • 12 A School for Gladiators
  • 13 A Christian
  • 14 Rome in Flames
  • 15 The Christians to the Lions
  • 16 In Nero's Palace
  • 17 Betrothal
  • 18 The Outbreak
  • 19 Outlaws
  • 20 Mountain Warfare
  • 21 Old Friends

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