Jukka M. Heikkilä
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Merikonsuli tells about the Roman Republic and naval warfare. The main character of the book is Gaius Lutatius Catulus, a Roman novus homo. Important characters include Hiero II of Syracuse, Archimedes, Hamilcar Barca and Hannibal.
Antigonos, jumalten poika tells about the Wars of the Diadochi and ethical philosophy. The main character of the book is young Antigonus II Gonatas, who later became the king of Macedon. Important characters include Antigonus I Monophthalmus, Demetrius I of Macedon, Pyrrhus of Epirus, Ptolemy I Soter, Zeno of Citium, Epicurus and Euclid.
Arkhimedes syrakusalainen tells about mathematics and Egypt in Hellenistic times. The main character of the book is young Archimedes, a Syracusan mathematician. Important characters include Hiero II of Syracuse, Euclid and Ptolemy II Philadelphus.
Augustuksen kisat tells about the gladiators and early Roman Empire. The key event is the naumachia of 2 BC. The main character is fictitious, but the important characters include Augustus, Livia and Julia.
Germania is an adventure story set in a historical context. It is a story of a Roman expedition force on the Elbe river. The main character is fictitious, but the important characters include Germanicus, and Tiberius.
- Antigonos, jumalten poika - 302-294 BC
- Arkhimedes syrakusalainen - 270 BC
- Karthago - 256-255 BC
- Merikonsuli - 245-241 BC
- Tyranni - 215-212 BC
- Augustuksen kisat - 2 BC
- Germania - AD 20