Novel Of The 1st Century Ad.Spanning The First Five Decades Of Roman Rule In Britain, It Is A Story Of Conflict And Rebellion, Trust And Betrayal, Told From The Perspective Of Tiberius Claudius Cogidubnus, The Pro Roman Client King Of Southern Britain In The Autumn Of 79 AD, As He Approaches The End Of His Life, Cogidubnus Reflects On His Friendship With The Emperors, Claudius And Vespasian On The Boudiccan Revolt, Which He Tried To Prevent And On His Troubled Relationships With A Series Of Governors And Imperial Bureaucrats, Many Of Whom Were Cruel And Corrupt It Is The Story Of One Man S Attempts To Reconcile Two Profoundly Different Cultures, Which Fascinate And Repel Each Other In Equal Measure, A Story Whose Resonances Reverberate Down To Our Own Times.
Born in Jersey in 1965, Mark studied Archaeology and Anthropology at Cambridge, and completed his PhD at University College London He was Curator of Archaeology at the Jersey Museum from 1990 to 1993, and has subsequently taught at the Universities of Wales, Greenwich and Westminster He currently teaches with The Open University.Mark s published work encompasses both non fiction archaeology, hi
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- An Accidental King
- Mark Patton
- 04 October 2019 Mark Patton