History Creator / RosemarySutcliff

15th Jul '16 1:47:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* RedHeadedHero:
** Flavius of ''[[Literature/TheDolphinRing The Silver Branch]]''; Drem of ''Literature/WarriorScarlet''; Androphon and Cador of ''The Bridge-Builders''; Red Phaedrus of ''Literature/TheMarkOfTheHorseLord''; Prasutagus of ''Song for a Dark Queen''.
** She also apparently subscribed to the FieryRedhead stereotype: Amias Hannaford of ''Simon''; Cottia of ''Literature/TheEagleOfTheNinth''; Drem; Gisella of ''Literature/KnightsFee''; Bryni Beornwulfson of ''Dawn Wind''; Phaedrus; Connla of ''Literature/FrontierWolf''; Alan Armstong of ''Bonnie Dundee''.
27th May '16 2:14:22 AM alchixinren
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** ''Song for a Dark Queen'': the Roman conquest of Britain and the Boudiccan rebellion.

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** ''Song for a Dark Queen'': the Roman conquest of Britain and the Boudiccan rebellion.rebellion of [[UsefulNotes/{{Boudica}} Boudicca]].



** ''Song for a Dark Queen'': Boudicca

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** ''Song for a Dark Queen'': Boudicca [[UsefulNotes/{{Boudica}} Boudicca]]



20s-61 CE. Boudicca, young queen of the Iceni, eventually makes her peace with her bitterly-resented requirement of a male chieftain and a [[ArrangedMarriage political marriage]]. But when the Roman authorities plan to annex her entire kingdom, she leads the British tribes [[KillEmAll in a bloody uprising]].

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20s-61 CE. Boudicca, [[UsefulNotes/{{Boudica}} Boudicca]], young queen of the Iceni, eventually makes her peace with her bitterly-resented requirement of a male chieftain and a [[ArrangedMarriage political marriage]]. But when the Roman authorities plan to annex her entire kingdom, she leads the British tribes [[KillEmAll in a bloody uprising]].
6th May '16 2:07:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* HandsomeDevil: The [[HotGuysAreBastards beautiful]], [[BlondGuysAreEvil golden]], charming Glaucus takes over ownership of Beric from his father in order to spite his sister Lucilla and persecute Beric for refusing to help him cheat his father over a horse. They tacitly loathe each other, and Glaucus forces Beric to use a slave name and plans to sell him to the mines.
3rd May '16 10:16:11 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* MosesInTheBullrushes: Complete with OrphansPlotTrinket, in order to escape HumanSacrifice. He is HappilyAdopted by a MamaBear and PapaWolf.

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* MosesInTheBullrushes: MosesInTheBulrushes: Complete with OrphansPlotTrinket, in order to escape HumanSacrifice. He is HappilyAdopted by a MamaBear and PapaWolf.
3rd May '16 7:50:29 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* MosesInTheBullrushes: Brychan was a DoorstopBaby. The titular dagger is his OrphansPlotTrinket, which combined with his DistinguishingMark leads to the revelation of his parentage.

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* MosesInTheBullrushes: MosesInTheBulrushes: Brychan was a DoorstopBaby. The titular dagger is his OrphansPlotTrinket, which combined with his DistinguishingMark leads to the revelation of his parentage.
8th Jan '16 10:23:54 AM Berrenta
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** The {{Galley Slave}}s in ''Outcast'' owe more to ''Literature/BenHur'' than to history.

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** The {{Galley Slave}}s galley slaves in ''Outcast'' owe more to ''Literature/BenHur'' than to history.
8th Jan '16 10:21:21 AM Berrenta
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* GalleySlave: Beric spends two years in the army's Rhenus fleet, chained to a rowing bench alongside his oar-mate Jason.



* MadeASlave: Beric is duped by a crew of slave-traders, sold to a merchant in Rome, and bought by a well-to-do Roman family. When he runs away from them, he's caught in the company of a robber band and sentenced to become a GalleySlave.

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* MadeASlave: Beric is duped by a crew of slave-traders, sold to a merchant in Rome, and bought by a well-to-do Roman family. When he runs away from them, he's caught in the company of a robber band and sentenced to become a GalleySlave.SlaveGalley.



* TraumaCongaLine: Virtually every terrible thing than could happen to Beric happens: His parents die in a shipwreck, other children harass him for being Roman, his father's enemies [[PersonaNonGrata make him a scapegoat and get him exiled]], he is kidnapped and enslaved, bought by a venal master, given to a worse one with a grudge against him, helps his only friends leave him forever, gets caught and arrested as a bandit, is sent to be a GalleySlave, has his only friend die, gets beaten and thrown overboard, and finds out his rescuers hoped he was someone else. On the other hand, he never quite dies, either.

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* TraumaCongaLine: Virtually every terrible thing than could happen to Beric happens: His parents die in a shipwreck, other children harass him for being Roman, his father's enemies [[PersonaNonGrata make him a scapegoat and get him exiled]], he is kidnapped and enslaved, bought by a venal master, given to a worse one with a grudge against him, helps his only friends leave him forever, gets caught and arrested as a bandit, is sent to be a GalleySlave, SlaveGalley, has his only friend die, gets beaten and thrown overboard, and finds out his rescuers hoped he was someone else. On the other hand, he never quite dies, either.


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* SlaveGalley: Beric spends two years in the army's Rhenus fleet, chained to a rowing bench alongside his oar-mate Jason.
1st Nov '15 6:58:33 PM nombretomado
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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The colonization of Roman Britain (or Norman England) and the crumbling of the Roman Empire evoke UsefulNotes/TheBritishEmpire, particularly TheRaj, to the point of anachronism. Most of these novels were written during the dismantling of the British Empire and following in the footsteps of Creator/RudyardKipling.

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The colonization of Roman Britain (or Norman England) and the crumbling of the Roman Empire evoke UsefulNotes/TheBritishEmpire, particularly TheRaj, UsefulNotes/TheRaj, to the point of anachronism. Most of these novels were written during the dismantling of the British Empire and following in the footsteps of Creator/RudyardKipling.
26th Sep '15 4:16:04 PM nombretomado
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Greece, 412 BCE. A young Athenian runner [[NotSoDifferent befriends]] his [[WorthyOpponent Spartan competitor]] at the OlympicGames in the middle of UsefulNotes/ThePeloponnesianWar.

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Greece, 412 BCE. A young Athenian runner [[NotSoDifferent befriends]] his [[WorthyOpponent Spartan competitor]] at the OlympicGames UsefulNotes/OlympicGames in the middle of UsefulNotes/ThePeloponnesianWar.
20th Sep '15 5:35:43 PM nombretomado
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NapoleonicWars. Thomas Keith, a Scottish prisoner of war, is befriended by Tussun, son of the governor of Egypt, and serves them through a deadly power struggle in their court and a war in Arabia, rising to become governor of Medina.

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NapoleonicWars.UsefulNotes/TheNapoleonicWars. Thomas Keith, a Scottish prisoner of war, is befriended by Tussun, son of the governor of Egypt, and serves them through a deadly power struggle in their court and a war in Arabia, rising to become governor of Medina.
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