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Harry Sidebottom


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Harry Sidebottom is Lecturer in Ancient History at Merton College, Oxford, and part-time lecturer in Classics and Ancient History at the University of Warwick. He has written for and contributed to many publications, including Classical Review, Journal of Roman Studies, and War and Society in the Roman World.

Genres: Historical
 
Novels
   The Lost Ten (2019)
   The Return (2020)
   The Burning Road (2021)
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Non fiction
   Ancient Warfare (2004)
   The Encyclopedia of Ancient Battles (2017) (with Michael Whitby)
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Harry Sidebottom recommends
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The Pirate Devlin (2010)
(Pirate Devlin, book 1)
Mark Keating
"Stylish prose and a devilish plot... a gripping read."
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The Lion Wakes (2011)
(Kingdom Trilogy , book 1)
Robert Low
"An intensely exciting, enjoyable and satisfying novel of honour, chivalry, self-interest and fear."
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Rivals of the Republic (2016)
(Blood of Rome, book 1)
Annelise Freisenbruch
"A brilliant debut novel. Rivals of the Republic is an enthralling and convincing imagining of Ancient Rome, by an author who combines profound scholarship with a fluent and readable literary style."
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Clash of Empires (2018)
(Clash of Empires, book 1)
Ben Kane
"Grabs you from the start and never lets go. Thrilling action combines with historical authenticity to summon up a whole world in a sweeping tale of politics and war. A triumph!"
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The Encircling Sea (2018)
(Vindolanda, book 2)
Adrian Goldsworthy
"No historian knows more about the Roman army than Adrian Goldsworthy, and no novelist better recreates the Classic World."

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