The Scarlet Fig

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The Scarlet Fig
Author Avram Davidson
Country United States
Series Vergil Magus
Genre Fantasy
Publisher Rose Press
Publication date
Media type Print (hardcover and paperback), e-book
Pages 285
ISBN 978-0-9548277-1-7
OCLC 64593363
Preceded by Vergil in Averno

The Scarlet Fig: or, Slowly through a Land of Stone, is a fantasy novel written by American writer Avram Davidson, edited by Grania Davis and Henry Wessells, published in hardcover by Rose Press in 2005. An ebook edition was published by Prologue Press in August 2012.[1]

It is the third and final novel of the author's Vergil Magus sequence, following The Phoenix and the Mirror (1969) and Vergil in Averno (1987). It follows Vergil's adventures in an alternate ancient Mediterranean world where harpies, basilisks, and satyrs co-exist with Rome, Carthage, and the Punic Wars.


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