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Eagle of the Ninth, The - E-Guide

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The Eagle of the Ninth unit study guide for literature, from a Christian perspective

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In the early second-century A.D., Marcus, along with his best friend and former slave, Esca, begins a quest deep into the northern wilds of Britain and Scotland. Determined to recover the lost eagle standard of his father's Ninth Roman Legion and redeem his family's honor, Marcus also seeks to discover his father's fate and that of the men who mysteriously disappeared under his command. Along the journey, Marcus will discover the true meaning of freedom, friendship, and honor.

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Recommended Grade Level:
Ancient Rome and Britain, 125 AD
Study Guide Author:
Rebecca Gilleland
For the Book By:
Rosemary Sutcliff
Study Guide Page Count:
70 pages
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    I was very pleased

    Posted by Lina B. on 12th May 2015

    I was very pleased with the quality of this study guide. I loved the integration of vocabulary, literature skills, questions about the story on different levels, and Biblical principles and character qualities. This is one of my all time favorite novels, and I was thrilled to see such a thoughtful, challenging, Christian resource. Well done; I'm enjoying using it in my classroom.