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Paul L. Maier faithfully reconstructs the dramatic conflicts preceding and following the Great fire of Rome in A>D> 64 through the experience of a family of Roman nobility caught up in the political and religious clashes of the world's capital. The family of Flavius Sabinus, mayor of Rome under Nero, was among the first crucial converts to Christianity, and this novel recounts "the rest of the story."
Number of Pages: 456
Vendor: Kregel Publications
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Ruth Power5 Stars Out Of 5March 23, 2009Ruth PowerAs Pontius Pilate was written so this book. Dr. Maiers notes in the back are well worth reading as it helps one to see clearly which is the factual part and which is fiction. He makes you want to keep reading and as in his other book "Pilate" this one gives you history that is exciting to read and easy to remember facts of that time period for future reference. Well done, well written. I would love it if he would write a book covering the period of history from Julius Ceaser up until the end of Augustas rule at the time of Christ. More please!!