Author: Emma Leslie
Publisher: Lamplighter Publishing (2009)
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Size Fb2: 1923 kb
Size ePub: 1665 kb
Size Djvu: 1646 kb
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The Hedge of Thorns (Rare Collector's Series) While out of range for reluctant readers, Glaucia the Greek Slave will serve as a challenge to eager young students of church history.
The Hedge of Thorns (Rare Collector's Series). Emma Leslie's book, Glaucia the Greek Slave, is set in Rome and Greece of approximately 59-64 . Glaucia and Laon are to be sold as slaves in Rome to pay off their dead father's debts. Glaucia becomes the property of a Roman philosopher's family while Laon is desperate to earn the money to redeem his sister from a life of slavery. While out of range for reluctant readers, Glaucia the Greek Slave will serve as a challenge to eager young students of church history.
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Glaucia : the Greek slave. Glaucia : the Greek slave. London : The Religious Tract Society.
Glaucia has been separated from her brother Laon and sold as a slave to pay for her fathers debts.
Glaucia, the Greek Slave masterfully depicts the intricacies of a momentous time in human history. Great faith, perseverance, and unyielding courage are paramount as they live according to what they know to be right and true.
After the death of their father, Glaucia and Laon are taken to Rome to be sold as slaves to pay his debts. Glaucia is sold to Valeria, the proud daughter of Fabrizzio Gracchi, a wealthy Roman philosopher who has decided to move his family to Athens so that he can continue his study of Greek philosophy. Glaucia is grateful to be going back to her native city, but feels that the gods she has loved and served have no interest in the worship of a slave.
1890s GLAUCIA THE GREEK SLAVE Emma Leslie illustrated C J Stanisland HB RT. Rare 1878 1stED cyprus its ancient cities tombs temples greek gods zeus kronos.
1890s GLAUCIA THE GREEK SLAVE Emma Leslie illustrated C J Stanisland HB RTS. £1. 0.