TITLE

Kidnapped!

AUTHOR(S)
Maule, David; Holden, Susan
PUB. DATE
January 2000
SOURCE
Pirate Tales;2000, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
A chapter of the book "Pirate Tales" is presented. It relates an incident where pirates attacked the ship ferrying Julius Caesar from Rome to Rhodes. The pirates took Caesar and his men to a small island and went to collect ransom from his family. Caesar went to see Flavius, borrowed 500 men and went back to the small island. He vowed that no Roman citizen will be kidnapped again by pirates and proceeded to hunt them down.
ACCESSION #
49139905

 

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