Books by Nova Roma citizens

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This page is for use by Nova Roma ''citizens'' only. Books by citizens on Roman ''or non-Roman'' topics are welcome.
 
This page is for use by Nova Roma ''citizens'' only. Books by citizens on Roman ''or non-Roman'' topics are welcome.
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Click on the "discussion" tab (above) to read about how to add your book to this page. Click on the "article" tab to return here.
  
 
Be sure to include your ISBN, using the '''exact format shown here'''. This will allow the wiki software to generate a link for your book ''automatically''.
 
Be sure to include your ISBN, using the '''exact format shown here'''. This will allow the wiki software to generate a link for your book ''automatically''.

Revision as of 07:51, 3 March 2006

This page is for use by Nova Roma citizens only. Books by citizens on Roman or non-Roman topics are welcome.

Click on the "discussion" tab (above) to read about how to add your book to this page. Click on the "article" tab to return here.

Be sure to include your ISBN, using the exact format shown here. This will allow the wiki software to generate a link for your book automatically.


Books by Nova Roma Citizens

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Celtic Wicca : Ancient Wisdom for the 21st Century (Jane Raeburn / Paperback / Published 2001 / ISBN 0806522291). By Senator Patricia Cassia.


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Graveyards of Chicago (Matt Hucke & Ursula Bielski / Paperback / Published 1999 / ISBN 0964242648). By Senator M. Octavius Germanicus.


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