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For years, Hadrian's Wall had kept back the Scots and other highlanders from the rich mines of Britannia. But now, the proud line of fortification had fallen into disrepair from the endless civil unrest and disorder ravaging the once united Roman Empire. All along the tired and weary border were whispers and rumors of a retreat to the south--a journey home. But home had bec For years, Hadrian's Wall had kept back the Scots and other highlanders from the rich mines of Britannia. But now, the proud line of fortification had fallen into disrepair from the endless civil unrest and disorder ravaging the once united Roman Empire. All along the tired and weary border were whispers and rumors of a retreat to the south--a journey home. But home had become an alien concept to many of the men along the wall. For them, the legion and the legion alone was their home. They knew only of their brothers in arms and the hardship of the frontier. Among these men was a soldier simply called the Centurion. He had fought with his brothers, bled with his brothers, and held each of his brothers in his arms as they poured out their lives. He would do everything in his power to bring those men back home to the lives they were supposed to lead, even if the Fates had intended a different destiny for them. Bittersweet Homecoming is a part of the collection of Roman-era short stories by Joseph Hunley. Other titles include: The Waters of Actium The Sands of Carrhae


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For years, Hadrian's Wall had kept back the Scots and other highlanders from the rich mines of Britannia. But now, the proud line of fortification had fallen into disrepair from the endless civil unrest and disorder ravaging the once united Roman Empire. All along the tired and weary border were whispers and rumors of a retreat to the south--a journey home. But home had bec For years, Hadrian's Wall had kept back the Scots and other highlanders from the rich mines of Britannia. But now, the proud line of fortification had fallen into disrepair from the endless civil unrest and disorder ravaging the once united Roman Empire. All along the tired and weary border were whispers and rumors of a retreat to the south--a journey home. But home had become an alien concept to many of the men along the wall. For them, the legion and the legion alone was their home. They knew only of their brothers in arms and the hardship of the frontier. Among these men was a soldier simply called the Centurion. He had fought with his brothers, bled with his brothers, and held each of his brothers in his arms as they poured out their lives. He would do everything in his power to bring those men back home to the lives they were supposed to lead, even if the Fates had intended a different destiny for them. Bittersweet Homecoming is a part of the collection of Roman-era short stories by Joseph Hunley. Other titles include: The Waters of Actium The Sands of Carrhae

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