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Bulla Felix – The Roman Robin Hood
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. After googling the title, I downloaded the screenplay free of charge directly from the author's website jasperburns.
It was sure worth keeping me busy while commuting to and from work a few mornings and evenings in a row. The screenplay is fun and very fictional, although the author clearly has extensive knowledge on ancient Roman history. The main character is very romantic and idealized, a bit over the top, and the plot doesn't follow exactly the historical facts, albeit few, known about After googling the title, I downloaded the screenplay free of charge directly from the author's website jasperburns.
The main character is very romantic and idealized, a bit over the top, and the plot doesn't follow exactly the historical facts, albeit few, known about Bulla Felix, the real Roman outlaw. Now I wish to read Jasper Burns' pages book about Bulla, but it better be a more fact-based historical fiction than the screenplay. Patrick Salkeld marked it as to-read May 13, Xombiepanda marked it as to-read Dec 08, Kajola marked it as to-read Jan 20, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Bulla Felix - Wikipedia
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The most significant historical sources for the tale of Bulla Felix are the writings of the Roman senator and historian Cassius Dio, who published 80 volumes of history on Ancient Rome during the 3 rd century. Cassius Dio mentioned Bulla Felix as an actual historical figure who roamed the empire at the beginning of the 3 rd century, but it is unclear whether these adventures were the exaggerations of a creative historian.
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Bulla Felix was allegedly the leader of a group of bandits that consisted of men and included runaway slaves, imperial freedmen, and petty criminals. The bandits also created a network of spies who provided them with the schedule of ships that were preparing to leave the harbor at Brundisium in Southern Italy.
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Bulla Felix and his men would intercept the ships and steal everything they could, but they never engaged in unnecessary slaughter of innocent merchants and sailors. Bust of Septimius Severus, with modern restorations Glyptothek, Munich. The notorious group operated during the reign of Emperor Septimius Severus, who allegedly proclaimed Bulla Felix as his personal nemesis. Septimus Severus was a successful warrior whose legions won several important battles in Britain, but he was incapable of stopping a band of outlaws that was terrorizing his homeland.
Historian Cassius Dio argued that Bulla Felix successfully eluded capture because he was a master of disguise and deception. Bulla Felix was allegedly able to dress as a magistrate or a Roman centurion and persuade noblemen that he was in fact a man who was sent to protect them.
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