7 Works in Yuletide 2011

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    When an Emperor dismisses a Queen... Berenice will make their last meeting a memorable one.

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    Hephaistion builds a bridge across the Euphrates. For Yuletide 2011.

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    On the eve of Saturnalia, a plot to seize control of the Julio-Claudian succession makes Tiberius Caesar the gloomiest of men.

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    Hephaistion watches as Thebes falls and Alexander's star ascends.

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    In a letter to Aristotle, Hephaiston documents a brief detour to Meiza, the site of his formative education. Unfortunately, what was supposed to be a peaceful few days reminiscing about old times is interrupted by two strange men the likes of which Hephaiston has never seen.

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    87
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    Hephaistion retells to Alexander the story of Achilles and Patroklos in a desperate attempt to avoid their fate.

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    The greatest treat of all was sitting on his father’s lap to add his signature to the bottom of a letter to Atticus while his father corrected his spelling: kappa iota kappa epsilon, the pen slipping in his chubby hand, rho omega nu. Cicero the younger sends his greetings to Titus the Athenian.

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    44
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    17
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