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You Wouldn't Want To Be A Roman Gladiator!

You Wouldn't Want To Be A Roman Gladiator!
Watch a barbarian fighting against the Romans you are about to be captured, sold as a slave and trained to become a ROMAN GLADIATOR! To use this Web Book place your cursor over the images to see the comments. Click on Next and Previous to navigate through the sections, or use the list of contents on the left. Based on the book You Wouldn't Want To Be A Roman Gladiator! Copyright 2002 - the Salariya Book Company

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