Series: Marius' Mules

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Marius' Mules: The Invasion of Gaul by S.J.A. Turneybook 1
Marius' Mules II: The Belgae by S.J.A. Turneybook 2
Marius' Mules III: Gallia Invicta by S.J.A. Turneybook 3
Marius' Mules IV: Conspiracy of Eagles (Volume 4) by S.J.A. Turneybook 4
Marius' Mules V: Hades' Gate (Volume 5) by S.J.A. Turneybook 5
Marius' Mules VI: Caesar's Vow, Vol. 6 (Volume 6) by S.J.A. Turneybook 6
Marius' Mules: Prelude to War by S.J.A. Turneybook 6.5
Marius' Mules VII: The Great Revolt (Volume 7) by S.J.A. Turneybook 7
Marius' Mules VIII: Sons of Taranis (Volume 8) by S.J.A. Turneybook 8
Marius' Mules IX: Pax Gallica (Volume 9) by S.J.A. Turneybook 9
Marius' Mules X: Fields of Mars (Volume 10) by S.J.A. Turneybook 10

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  3. Legionary by Gordon Doherty (2011)
  4. The Forgotten Legion by Ben Kane (2008)
  5. Marching With Caesar: Conquest of Gaul by R.W. Peake (2012)
  6. The Blood Crows by Simon Scarrow (2013)
  7. Fire in the East by Harry Sidebottom (2008)
  8. Hero of Rome by Douglas Jackson (2010)
  9. Praetorian: The Great Game (Volume 1) by S.J.A. Turney (2015)
  10. Legion by William Altimari (2003)
  11. The Gates of Rome (Emperor, Book 1) by Conn Iggulden (2003)
  12. The Pillars of Rome by David Donachie (2007)
  13. Interregnum by S.J.A. Turney (2009)
  14. The First Man in Rome by Colleen McCullough (1990)
  15. Gods and Legions by Michael Curtis Ford (2002)

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