Series: Les Aigles de Rome

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Les Aigles de Rome - Livre 1 by Enrico Marini1
Les Aigles de Rome - Livre 2 by Enrico Marini2
De Adelaars van Rome derde boek by Enrico Marini3
Les Aigles de Rome - tome 4 - Livre IV by Enrico Marini4

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  1. Alix senator, Tome 1 : Les aigles de sang by Jacques Martin (2012)
  2. Murena, Chapitre I: La pourpre et l'or by Jean Dufaux (1997)
  3. Le Scorpion, Tome 1: La Marque du diable by Enrico Marini (2000)
  4. Légende, tome 1 : L'Enfant loup by Yves Swolfs (2003)
  5. Largo Winch, tome 8 : L'Heure du tigre by Philippe Francq (1997)
  6. Lanfeust de Troy, tome 1 : L'ivoire du Magohamoth by Didier Tarquin (1995)
  7. Arthur 4 : Kulhwch et Olwen by Jean-Luc Simon (2001)
  8. Arthur, une épopée celtique, tome 6 : Gereint et Enid by David Chauvel (2003)
  9. Arthur, une épopée celtique, tome 5 : Drystan et Esyllt by David Chauvel (2002)
  10. Magasin Général, Tome 9 : Notre Dame des Lacs by Régis Loisel (2014)
  11. Lune de guerre by Hermann (2000)
  12. Arthur, une épopée celtique, tome 3 : Gwalchmei le héros by David Chauvel (2001)
  13. Arthur, une épopée celtique, tome 2 : Arthur le Combattant by Jérôme Lereculey (2001)
  14. Legende 3: De grote klopjacht by Yves Swolfs (2006)
  15. Les Tours de Bois-Maury, tome 10 : Olivier by Hermann (1994)

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