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February 09 , 2010

Gaius and Achilles


During the time of the Late Roman Republic, Achilles Aristides, a young aristocrat and skilled lyre-player from Paphos finds his life thrown into confusion when, voyaging from Cyprus to Delphi to take part in the Pythian Games, he is captured by pirates, sold and separated from his lover Hippothous.

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