Sulla and Silo by Tito Kithes Athano
Volume One in the series THE OTHER ROME

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This book is about Rome; but not the Rome you read about in your History textbooks. In this history, Rome avoided the Social War and the following cycle of civil wars which raged for sixty years before Augustus established his supremacy and became Emperor.

Instead of Silo becoming a casualty of the Social War, he lives to become the greatest of military commanders, destroying all of Rome's enemies. And instead of Sulla being driven by civil war to declare himself dictator, his radical vision of a Greater Republic transforms the oligarchy of his day into a decentralised and peaceful Federation which, to quote his own prophecy, 'Men of every nation would be prepared to die for'!

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Published February 23, 2013 by Xlibris. 737 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction