Drafted into the Roman army and forced to campaign in northern Britain against their will, German warriors of the Usipi tribe are driven to mutiny. With an island full of angry Romans to the south of them and hostile Britons all around, they capture three warships and embark upon a daring voyage to their homeland and freedom. Their path is not easy, for they must confront their own inexperience, dissension in their ranks, the forces of nature, hostile action from both the Britons and Romans, and finally the twin spectres of disease and hunger. Based on a true story recounted by the Roman historian Tacitus, this is the story of a mutiny. The Romans had a word for it: seditio.
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