Beric the Briton HARDCOVER

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Item #: 005003
Grades: 5-Adult

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Publisher: Oregon Institute of Science

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As he usually does Henty takes an event in history and spins an exciting tale! Beric is a young chief in Roman-occupied Britain who aids in the Briton's unsuccessful insurrection against their tyrants He's captured and sent to Rome for a few years where he becomes a gladiator and than an attendant to Nero until he flees back to his country During this fun tale Henty gives much information of ancient Britain the life of a gladiator the burning of Rome and the Christian persecution Some may feel inclined to stop reading this after the first few chapters due to much talk of the pagan religion of ancient Britain but these sections are small and mainly in those first few chapters and Beric isn't too inclined in following this religion much; in the end he converts to Christianity
June 24, 2008
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    As he usually does Henty takes an event in history and spins an exciting tale! Beric is a young chief in Roman-occupied Britain who aids in the Briton's unsuccessful insurrection against their tyrants He's captured and sent to Rome for a few years where he becomes a gladiator and than an attendant to Nero until he flees back to his country During this fun tale Henty gives much information of ancient Britain the life of a gladiator the burning of Rome and the Christian persecution Some may feel inclined to stop reading this after the first few chapters due to much talk of the pagan religion of ancient Britain but these sections are small and mainly in those first few chapters and Beric isn't too inclined in following this religion much; in the end he converts to Christianity
    June 24, 2008
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