A Victor of Salamis by William Stearns Davis
A Tale of the Days of Xerxes, Leonidas and Themistocles

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews


William Stearns Davis (1877-1930) penned this 1907 tale of the days of Xerxes, Leonidas, and Themistocles.

About William Stearns Davis

See more books from this Author
William Stearns Davis was born in Amherst, Massachusetts in the Year of Our Lord 1877. His father was a minister of the Gospel. William was an American educator, historian, and author. His literary works spanned fictional as well as non-fictional works, and included Roman, Crusader, and American history. He died in New Hampshire at the age of 52 in 1930. * Hal Moroz was formally trained in Law and Politics in Washington, D.C., and New York City. He is an Attorney & Counselor at Law, as well as a former Judge. He served as both a county Judge and a city Chief Judge. Hal is also a retired U.S. Army officer, having served in the Airborne Infantry. His journey through life includes experience as a law professor, educator, public speaker, university vice president, candidate for the United States Congress, and entrepreneur. Judge Moroz is author of "Living a Godly Life" by Hal Moroz, and "The New Knighthood" by Hal Moroz, amongst other literary works, including Introductions to such literary classics as "The Rough Riders" by Theodore Roosevelt, and "The Legends of King Arthur and His Knights" by Sir James Knowles. Hal Moroz can be reached through an internet search or through his email at: hal@morozlaw.com or his website: MorozLaw.com
Published April 1, 2005 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC. 460 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Travel. Fiction

Rate this book!

Add Review