A mighty battle, a faithful army, a last stand. The final dramatic chapter of Across the Waters is posted now here. . .
Eumenes of Argos, after over a year of inactivity in Rome, has gotten fed up of administration. Taking an army of Syracuse north, he assaults the Roman city of Ariminium, where the Romans have foolishly split up the garrison, leaving only two units and a general to guard the city. However, you never know how terrific a struggle three desperate units can make, as Eumenes finds out....
Read all about it in All Roads Lead to Rome
The seleucid Basileus goes on a new campaign, one that Alexander the Great didn't live to carry out.
Chapter 19: To New Shores
The Kingdom of Novgorod is prospering and all that is left of the remants of old Russia is the capital city of Kiev. Mikhail is well on his way to assert his power at the capital and the fledgling Kingdom of Novgorod will soon become Russia....
Witness the rise to power.....become a senator.....and become one with the Imperial Republic of Russia!
This chapter features a naval battle which the King Antiochos is experiencing on his campaign along the southern coast of the Persian Golf. Find out more here:
The Legacy of Megas Alexandros - Chapter 20: Naumachia
An amazing thing has occurred. It has taken me several days to recover my wits sufficiently to remember to tell you, my loyal audience, all about it.
The account of Severus which has to date consisted mainly of whinging, plotting, back-stabbing and minor skirmishes has finally delivered a proper pitched battle!
Gasp at the huge numbers of men fighting to the death just outside Manchester (think Waterloo the movie here with thousands of men rather than Sharpe's Waterloo where the whole battle was done with just 20 extras).
This unlikely-to-be-repeated experience can only be obtained by going at once to look at Spite of Severus.
While the seleucid king is on campaign, his firstborn son has to realize the coming of future responsibilities...
The Legacy of Megas Alexandros - Chapter 21: Prospects
King Antiochos II Theos has to realize uncomfortable truths...
The Legacy of Megas Alexandros - Chapter 22: Revelations
King Hiero of Syracuse stands on a ford at the river Arno, ready to ensnare any passing Roman army as they try to cross the ford. However, he has made a serious tactical error, which he realises soon later. The river Arno has more than one ford, and another bridge besides. Hiero finds himself in a hard position when he finds that two Roman armies are about to assault him from two sides. Will the new King of Syracuse prevail over his enemies?
Read all about it in All Roads Lead to Rome
The young prince is in minor asia, enjoying the hunt with his friends, far from any responsibilities. Yet, a shadow has risen above the kingdom and will not leave him untouched...
The Legacy of Megas Alexandros - Chapter 23: Uninvited Guests
Just as Dux Stolo was planning to issue the death blow to Pontus, the infighting between the senate and the new consul erupt onto the brink of civil war. It is again Luca who stands between the clash, and it is he who must find away to save the Republic. If he does not, not only will all of Asia Minor be abandoned after 20 years of gains, but Luca may end up on the business end of a Praetorian's blade...
See what happens in The Pontic Expedition: Friends and Foes
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Seleukos Kallinikos, the young crown-prince of the seleucid empire has unwillingly become a guest at the fortress of Ipsos, where the powerful Satrap of Phrygia resides.
Here he learns about a plot against his father. Will this plot be the undoing of Basileus Antiochos and his son or will they be able to resist the traitorous scheme?
Learn more about the latest events in the great kingdom that has been build on the fundament of empires from east and west:
The Legacy of Megas Alexandros - Chapter 24: Hostage
Unpleasant things happen mostly when you least expect them and their potential to ruin a wonderful mood is at the greatest.
The Legacy of Megas Alexandros - Chapter 25: Encounter at the Baths
A storm is coming. Click HERE.
Give a man a fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of the day.
Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.
The conniving Satraps of Lydia and Phrygia meet at the fortress of Ipsos. Will this meeting lead to a combination of their efforts in the pursuit of power?
The Legacy of Megas Alexandros - Chapter 26: Amongst Colleagues
All the Empire waits to see what Dux Stolo and his Legates will do. The commanders of the Armies of the East face their most difficult moral challenge as they choose between Senate or Consul. Stolo receives a letter from his great nemesis, Luca, with a proposal that seems laughable at first, but may well save the Republic...
The new chapter for The Pontic Expedition here.
While Hiero remains near Rome organising his newly arrived forces of armoured hoplites and royal guards, Eumenes makes another move towards the last northern Roman city of Arretium, stopping on a bridge on the river Auser. Once again, a Roman force confronts him. Eumenes has a hard battle ahead of him. Whether he will triumph would be a test of his tactical skill and his troops' stoutness.
Read all about it here: All Roads Lead to Rome