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Marching With Caesar-Avenging Varus Part I by R.W. Peake

Chapter Six

“No, you’re staying behind, and that’s the end of it.”

Pullus’ tone was not unkind, but Alex knew his uncle was serious, yet he still felt compelled to argue the decision, pointing out, “I’m not just a clerk, Uncle Titus! I’ve been trained as a medicus!”

 

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Author:R.W. Peake , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:R.W. Peake

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: rome, ancient warfare, roman legions, arminius, germania, germanicus, marching with caesar

Publisher: R.W. Peake
Chapter Six

“No, you’re staying behind, and that’s the end of it.”

Pullus’ tone was not unkind, but Alex knew his uncle was serious, yet he still felt compelled to argue the decision, pointing out, “I’m not just a clerk, Uncle Titus! I’ve been trained as a medicus!”

“No, you’ve been trained as a stretcher bearer, and you’ve picked some things about patching us up along the way,” Pullus countered, unmoved despite his nephew’s passion.

The pair were standing in Pullus’ private quarters, and Alex had been haranguing him for what seemed like a full watch, arguing about Pullus’ decision to leave him behind.

Seeing that Pullus was not budging, Alex said accusingly, “You don’t think I’d be able to keep up!”

This surprised Pullus somewhat, and he assured Alex, “That has nothing to do with it, I swear on the black stone. In fact,” he hoped the chuckle he gave did not sound forced, “I’d make a fair wager that you could march me into the dirt. But,” he shook his head, “that doesn’t change anything.” Suddenly, he was struck by an inspiration, and he explained, “Look, Alex. What Germanicus is trying to do is what a thief who sneaks into the house does. He’s trying to get us in and out without alerting those bastards.”

Alex, however, was as unmoved as his uncle, snorting in disgust, “There’s no way that that’s going to happen. Maybe,” he allowed, “you can manage to get near wherever Arminius is and has Segestes, but there’s no way that you’ll be able to snatch him and his family, then get back out without having to fight.”

Pullus did not argue this because he knew Alex was correct, but that did not change his decision, and he had to endure Alex spinning angrily about, throwing the door open, then slamming it as hard as he could on the way out, although Pullus still winced at the sharp noise. Sighing, he returned to what he had been doing, packing his personal baggage, which was proving to be more difficult than normal. Pullus had decided that he was going to set the example by paring down what he brought along with him, but what was causing him trouble was something that he knew he had no business bringing with him. To an uninformed observer, it was a large wooden box with a hinged lid and a hasp through which a lock could secure the contents, the kind of sturdy container that most men put their hard cash in, along with important documents like a will. This box contained documents, certainly, but none of the more than a dozen tightly wrapped scrolls, each of them carefully wrapped in cloth to further protect the parchment, were wills. Although, Pullus considered, as he stared down at the box, as a legacy went, this box was far more important than any number of bags of coins, while at the same time, he realized he could not bring them with him. And, what deeply puzzled Pullus, this was the

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