Antonia: Republican Daughter

David Orcutt

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Paperback. 404 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 6.0in. x 1.0in.Antonia Minor is no different from any Roman noble daughter. She weaves and spins, speaks Latin and Greek. She knows her place in society. She will marry Caesars stepson, Drusus, and she will give him sons. Such is the life of a Roman woman who must at all times belong to a man. As a daughter of Marc Antony and Octavia Thurina, Antonia is a fatherless child who lives under the paternal guardianship of her uncle, Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus, a new kind of ruler in Rome, as well as the man who defeated her father and his Egyptian harlot, Cleopatra. Antonia finds herself connected to the most important people in history as her uncle, the self-styled Augustus, slowly increases and solidifies his power. She must learn to walk carefully in Augustus new Rome as she tries to remain neutral against every side that has plans to place an heir behind Romes new master of the world. Rumors of new civil wars, jealousies, and accusations of poison dog the infant regime that subtly intends to replace the republic with a quiet monarch. Despite all the political changes that upset and affect the entire world, all Antonia sees is her honor-bound duty to become the wife of the man she loves. Antonia must see her plans come to fruition and hope they do not conflict with the plans that his mother, Livia Drusilla, has for him as well as his brother, Tiberius. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: Antonia Minor is no different from any Roman noble daughter. She weaves and spins, speaks Latin and Greek. She knows her place in society. She will marry Caesar’s stepson, Drusus, and she will give him sons. Such is the life of a Roman woman who must at all times belong to a man. As a daughter of Marc Antony and Octavia Thurina, Antonia is a fatherless child who lives under the paternal guardianship of her uncle, Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus, a new kind of ruler in Rome, as well as the man who defeated her father and his Egyptian harlot, Cleopatra. Antonia finds herself connected to the most important people in history as her uncle, the self-styled Augustus, slowly increases and solidifies his power. She must learn to walk carefully in Augustus’ new Rome as she tries to remain neutral against every side that has plans to place an heir behind Rome’s new master of the world. Rumors of new civil wars, jealousies, and accusations of poison dog the infant regime that subtly intends to replace the republic with a quiet monarch. Despite all the political changes that upset and affect the entire world, all Antonia sees is her honor-bound duty to become the wife of the man she loves. Antonia must see her plans come to fruition and hope they do not conflict with the plans that his mother, Livia Drusilla, has for him as well as his brother, Tiberius.

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Title: Antonia: Republican Daughter
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