As an infant he was the sole survivor of a shipwreck; as a teenager he was cast out of his adoptive tribe; as a young man he was a galley slave.
In a short, very readable study, world history from Creation to Christ is presented, bringing together Biblical history with what else was happening in the world at the time.
When his master is found dead in his bed one morning, the slave Hylas must get help to find the murderer before all the slaves, including Hylas’s mother, are executed for the murder.
A trilogy of historical novels shows the decline of Roman power in Britain over the course of a few hundred years.
The history of the world, from the beginnings of Egyptian civilization through the fall of Rome, is told in an interesting way for children.
Daniel can think of nothing except his hatred for the Romans and revenging his parent’s deaths, but other things keep getting in his way and making him think.
The life of Augustus Caesar is told in detail, and events and religions from around the world at the same time are described.
When Patrick brings the gospel to Ireland, he must win the approval of the High King, Leary, in order for his mission to succeed.
After escaping from the Saxons who took him as a slave, Aquila joins Ambrosius, king of Britain, and battles not only the Saxons but his own anger and hatred.
Justin, a surgeon in the Roman Army, and his kinsman Flavius, a centurion, become involved in the resistance effort when a usurper takes command of Roman Britain.
Philo and his two brothers find themselves on opposing sides in the conflict between the Jews and the Romans in 70 AD.
A set of five books covering the entire history of the Christian church, from the Apostle Paul to Janani Luwum in Uganda in 1977.