Series: Vae Victis

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Het banket van Crassus by Simon Rocca1
Vae victis intégrale 1 (t01-t02-t03) by Rocca-S Mitton-J.Y1
Cloduar, de legionair by Simon Rocca2
Vae Victis!, 03: Garak, de dief by Simon Rocca3
De bliksem-tovenaar by Simon Rocca4
Vae victis intégrale 2 (t04-t05-t06) by Jean-Yves Mitton4
Didius de terugkeer van een verrader by Simon Rocca5
Boadicaë, de krijgsvrouw by Simon Rocca6
Vae victis tome 7 : Yorc le bateleur by Simon Rocca7
Vae Victis, tome 8 : Sligo, l'usurpateur by Simon Rocca8
Vae victis ! - caius julius César - tome 9 by Simon Rocca9
Vae victis t09 caius julius caesar by Rocca-S Mitton-J.Y9
Vae Victis, tome 10 : Arulf l'Icénien by Simon Rocca10
Celtill, de Vercingetorix by Simon Rocca11
Vae Victis, tome 12 : Adua, une louve hurle dans Avaricum by Simon Rocca12
Titus Labienus, de strateeg by Simon Rocca13
Vae Victis! - Intégrale V (tomes 13, 14 et 15) by Simon Rocca13
Critovax, afgezien van de schande by Simon Rocca14
Amber in Alesi, "cursum perficio" by Simon Rocca15

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