Triumph for Flavius, A

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This is a touching story of a young Roman boy, Flavius, and his developing compassion for his captured Greek slave Ariphron. Ariphron was given to Flavius by his father, General Lucius Mummius, at the time of the father’s public triumph for his victories in Greece and Corinth. You will learn about Roman culture by observing Flavius’ relationships with his family among the sights and sounds of Rome. Drama, personal development, tragedy, hope, compassion, triumph—this story has it all in a form easily understood by the young reader.

Pages: 84

Pages: 84


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Roman culture comes to life as you follow the story of Flavius and his Greek slave. Observe tragedy and hope through the plot of this well-done novel.

  • Knowledge Box Central families: Use this alongside the Ancient Rome lapbooks and notebooking pages.
  • Tapestry of Grace families: Use for 2 weeks in Unit 4.

1 review for Triumph for Flavius, A

  1. Sarah Hadley

    A unique twist on the Roman society. Could it have really happened this way? But certainly focuses on the human aspect of slavery and suffering and mercy. A simple story the younger side can easily follow, yet with twists and turns that keep it interesting for the older side of UG.

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