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CAUTION: This wiki contains spoilers from the Roman Mysteries novels and TV show. Read on at your own risk!This wiki was founded on the 3rd of September, 2010.
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About the Roman Mysteries
The Roman Mysteries is a series of books written by Caroline Lawrence, as well as a CBBC TV series, following the adventures of four young detectives in Ancient Rome.
Historical events, such as the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, and figures, such as Gaius Valerius Flaccus, play large roles in the stories.
Featured ArticleNubia was born Shepenwepet, an African princess of the Leopard Clan. Her family is brutally murdered and she is taken as a slave to Ostia, Italy. There she befriends a young detective and is thrown into a world of danger and mystery.
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