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A Rosemary Sutcliff  Bibliography

The widely read and acclaimed The Eagle of the Ninth, published in 1954, still in print, is just one of some sixty books by Rosemary Sutcliff.

Lists all Books by Rosemary Sutcliff (Titles)

You will find recorded here every title by Rosemary Sutcliff—author, historical novelist and children’s writer—listed thematically and alphabetically. For a short biography of Rosemary Sutcliff see the Life tab (above).  Via the Stories tab you will find a short summary of most of the books.

Eagle of the Ninth and similar

The Eagle of the Ninth (1954) illustrated by C. Walter Hodges
The Silver Branch (1957) illustrated by Charles Keeping
The Lantern Bearers (1959) illustrated by Charles Keeping
The Capricorn Bracelet  (1973) illustrated by Charles Keeping
Three Legions (1980) is an omnibus edition containing the first three books
The Eagle of the Ninth Chronicles (2010) is an omnibus edition containing the first three books
The Eagle of the Ninth Collection Boxed Set (2012) is an omnibus edition containing the first three books

Camelot or King Arthur novels

Sword at Sunset (1963)
The Sword and the Circle (1979)
The Light Beyond the Forest (1979)
The Road to Camlann (1981)
The King Arthur Trilogy (1999), omnibus of The Sword and the Circle, The Light Beyond the Forest, The Road to Camlann

Other children’s and young adult novels

Chronicles of Robin Hood (1950)
The Queen Elizabeth Story (1950) illustrated by C. Walter Hodges
The Armourer’s House (1951)
Brother Dustyfeet (1952)
Simon (1953) illustrated by C. Walter Hodges
Outcast (1955) illustrated by Richard Kennedy
The Shield Ring (1956)
Warrior Scarlet (1957) illustrated by Charles Keeping
Lady in Waiting (1957)
Knight’s Fee (1960) illustrated by Charles Keeping
The Bridge Builders (1959)

Dawn Wind (1961) illustrated by Charles Keeping
Beowulf (1961) illustrated by Charles Keeping (also published as Dragon Slayer)
The Hound of Ulster (1963) illustrated by Victor Ambrus
The Mark of the Horse Lord (1965) illustrated by Charles Keeping
The Flowers of Adonis (1965)
A Saxon Settler (1965)
The Chief’s Daughter (1967)
The High Deeds of Finn Mac Cool (1967)
A Circlet of Oak Leaves (1968)
The Witch’s Brat (1970)
Tristan and Iseult (1971)
The Truce of the Games (1971)
Heather, Oak, and Olive  (1972), omnibus with three titles The Chief”s Daughter, A Circlet of Oak Leaves, and A Crown of Wild Olive (originally published as The Truce of the Games)
The Capricorn Bracelet (1973)
The Changeling (1974) illustrated by Victor Ambrus
We Lived in Drumfyvie (1975) with Margaret Lyford-Pike
Blood Feud (1976) illustrated by Charles Keeping
Sun Horse, Moon Horse (1977)
Shifting Sands (1977)
Song for a Dark Queen (1978)
Frontier Wolf (1980)
Eagle’s Egg (1981)
Bonnie Dundee (1983)
Flame-Coloured Taffeta (1986) illustrated by Rachel Birkett
The Roundabout Horse (1986)
A Little Dog Like You (1987) illustrated by Jane Johnson
The Best of Rosemary Sutcliff (1987) omnibus edition contains Warrior Scarlet, The Mark of the Horse Lord and Knight”s Fee
Little Hound Found (1989)
The Shining Company (1990)
The Minstrel and the Dragon Pup (1993) illustrated by Emma Chichester Clark.
Black Ships Before Troy (1993) illustrated by Alan Lee
Chess-dream in the Garden (1993) illustrated by Ralph Thompson
The Wanderings of Odysseus (1995) illustrated by Alan Lee
Sword Song (1997)

Novels for adults

Lady in Waiting (1957)
The Rider of the White Horse (1959)
Sword at Sunset (1963)
The Flowers of Adonis (1969)
Blood and Sand (1987)

Non-fiction

Rudyard Kipling—A Monograph (1960)
Houses and History (1960)
Heroes and History (1965), illustrated by Charles Keeping
Arthur Ransome, Rudyard Kipling and Walter De La Mare (1968) (with Leonard Clark and Hugh Shelley) [reproduces the Rudyard Kipling mongraph—above]
Is Anyone There? (1978) (with Monica Dickens)
Blue Remembered Hills (1983) (Her autobiography, or ‘memoir’ as she called it)

Alphabetical List of Rosemary Sutcliff Books

A Circlet of Oak Leaves (1968)
A Little Dog Like You (1987)
A Saxon Settler (1965)
[Arthur Ransome, Rudyard Kipling and Walter De La Mare (1968) (with Leonard Clark and Hugh Shelley)]
Beowulf: Dragonslayer (1961)
Black Ships Before Troy: The Story of the Iliad (1993)
Blood and Sand (1987)
Blood Feud (1976)
Blue Remembered Hills (1983)
Bonnie Dundee (1983)
Brother Dusty-Feet (1952)
Chess Dream in the Garden (1993)
Dawn Wind (1961)
Eagle’s Egg (1981)
Flame-Coloured Taffeta (1986)
Frontier Wolf (1980)
Heather, Oak, and Olive (1972)
Houses and History (1960)
Heroes and History (1965)
Is Anyone There? (1978) (with Monica Dickens)
Knight’s Fee (1960)
Lady in Waiting (1957)
Little Hound Found (1989)
Outcast (1955)
Rudyard Kipling (1960)
Shifting Sands (1977)
Simon (1953)
Song for a Dark Queen (1978)
Sun Horse, Moon Horse (1977)
Sword at Sunset (1963)
Sword Song (1997)
The Armourer’s House (1951)
The Best of Rosemary Sutcliff (1987) (omnibus)
The Bridge Builders (1959)
The Capricorn Bracelet (1973)
The Changeling (1974)
The Chief’s Daughter (1967)
The Chronicles of Robin Hood (1950)
The Eagle of the Ninth (1954)
The Eagle of the Ninth Chronicles (2010) (omnibus)
The Eagle of the Ninth Collection Boxed Set (2012) (three titles)
The Flowers of Adonis (1969)
The High Deeds of Finn MacCool (1967)
The Hound of Ulster (1963)
The King Arthur Trilogy (1999) (omnibus)
The Lantern Bearers (1959)
The Light Beyond the Forest (1979)
The Mark of the Horse Lord (1965)
The Minstrel and the Dragon Pup (1993)
The Queen Elizabeth Story (1950)
The Rider of the White Horse (1959)
The Road to Camlann (1981)
The Roundabout Horse (1986)
The Shield Ring (1956)
The Shining Company (1990)
The Silver Branch (1957)
The Sword and the Circle (1979)
The Truce of the Games (1971)
The Wanderings of Odysseus  (1995)
The Witch’s Brat (1970)
Three Legions (1980)
Tristan and Iseult (1971)
Warrior Scarlet (1957)
We Lived in Drumfyvie (1975) (with Margaret Lyford-Pike)

List By Date of Rosemary Sutcliff Novels

1950 The Chronicles of Robin Hood
1950 The Queen Elizabeth Story
1951 The Armourer’s House
1952 Brother Dusty-Feet
1953 Simon
1954 The Eagle of the Ninth
1955 Outcast
1956 The Shield Ring
1957 Lady in Waiting
1957 The Silver Branch
1957 Warrior Scarlet
1959 The Rider of the White Horse
1959 The Lantern Bearers
1959 The Bridge Builders
1960 Knight’s Fee
1960 Rudyard Kipling
1961 Beowulf: Dragonslayer
1961 Dawn Wind
1963 Sword at Sunset
1963 The Hound of Ulster
1965 A Saxon Settler
1965 The Mark of the Horse Lord
1965 Heroes and History
1967 The Chief’s Daughter
1967 The High Deeds of Finn MacCool
1968 A Circlet of Oak Leaves
1969 The Flowers of Adonis
1970 The Witch’s Brat
1971 The Truce of the Games
1971 Tristan and Iseult
1972 Heather, Oak, and Olive
1973 The Capricorn Bracelet
1974 The Changeling
1975 We Lived in Drumfyvie  (with Margaret Lyford-Pike)
1977 Blood Feud
1977 Shifting Sands
1977 Sun Horse, Moon Horse
1978 Song for a Dark Queen
1979 The Light Beyond the Forest
1979 The Sword and the Circle
1980 Frontier Wolf
1980 Three Legions
1981 Eagle’s Egg
1981 The Road to Camlann
1983 Blue Remembered Hills
1983 Bonnie Dundee
1986 Flame-Coloured Taffeta
1986 The Roundabout Horse
1987 A Little Dog Like You
1987 Blood and Sand
1987 The Best of Rosemary Sutcliff
1990 The Shining Company
1993 Black Ships Before Troy: The Story of the Iliad
1993 Chess Dream in the Garden
1993 The Minstrel and the Dragon Pup
1995 The Wanderings of Odysseus
1997 Sword Song

Editions of Rosemary Sutcliff’s Books since her death in 1992:

2014 The Mark of the Horse Lord. London: Red Fox Classics, 2014. ISBN 9781782950868 (pbk).
2013 Dawn Wind. Illustrated by Charles Keeping. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. ISBN 1906562369 (pbk), 9780192793591 (pbk).
2013 The King Arthur Trilogy. London: Vintage Children’s Classics, 2013. ISBN 9780099582571 (pbk), 9781448161485 (ebook).
2012 Blue Remembered hills : A Recollection. London: Slightly Foxed, 2012. ISBN  1906562369 (pbk.), 9781906562366.
2012 Sword at Sunset. London  Atlantic, 2012. ISBN 9780857892430 (hbk); 9780857892447 (e-book).
2012 The Eagle of the Ninth Collection. Illustrated by Cyril Walter Hodges, Charles Keeping. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. ISBN 0192794728 (set), 9780192794727 (set).
2011 The Eagle DVD (2011). Directed by Kevin MacDonald ; based on the novel by Rosemary Sutcliff. UPC 5050582857085.
2011 The Eagle of the Ninth Chronicles. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. ISBN 0192733052; 9780192733054 ( ePUB format).
2011 The Eagle of the Ninth, filmed as The Eagle. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. ISBN 0192732684, 9780192732682 (ePUB format).
2011 The Eagle of the Ninth. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. ISBN 0192732676, 9780192732675 (ePUB format).
2011 The Eagle (Videodisc). U.K.: Universal Pictures, 2011. EAN 5050582807721,  8280772.
2011 The Lantern Bearers, introduced by Penelope Lively. Illustrated by Roman Pisarev. London: Folio Society, 2011.
2011 The Lantern Bearers. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. ISBN 9780192757432 (pbk).
2010 The Eagle of the Ninth : Filmed as The Eagle. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. ISBN 0192789996 (pbk), 9780192789990 (pbk).
2010 The Eagle of the Ninth Chronicles. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. ISBN 0192789988 (pbk), 9780192789983 (pbk).
2009 The Silver Branch, introduced by Julia Eccleshare. Illustrated by Roman Pisarev. London: Folio Society, 2009.
2008 Outcast (Oxford children’s modern classics). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. ISBN 0192755579 (pbk), 9780192755575 (pbk).
2008 The Eagle of the Ninth (Oxford Bookworms Library). Retold by John Escott, Illustrated by Ron Tiner. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. ISBN 0194791726 (pbk), 9780194791724 (pbk).
2007 The Lantern Bearers (New Oxford Library). Illustrated by Charles Keeping. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007. ISBN 0192755064 (pbk), 9780192755063 (pbk).
2007 The Silver Branch. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2007. ISBN 0192755056 (pbk.); 9780192755056 (pbk.)
2005 The Eagle of the Ninth (Introduced by Kevin Crossley-Holland). Illustrated by Roman Pisarev. London: Folio Society, 2005.
2004 The Eagle of the Ninth (Oxford Children’s Modern Classics), 50th anniversary ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004. ISBN 0192753924 (pbk).
2004 The Eagle of the Ninth. Illustrated by C. Walter Hodges. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004. ISBN 9780192753922 (pbk).
2002 The Capricorn Bracelet (Red Fox Classics). London: Red Fox, 2002. ISBN 009943217X (pbk).
2002 The Hound of Ulster (Red Fox classics). Illustrated by Victor Ambrus. London: Red Fox, 2002. ISBN 0099438593 (pbk).
2001 Beowulf: Dragonslayer. Illustrated by Charles Keeping. London: Red Fox, 2001. ISBN 0099417138 (pbk), 9780099417132 (pbk).
2001 Sword Song (Red Fox classics). London: Red Fox, 2001. ISBN 0099253224 (pbk), 9780099253228 (pbk).
2001 The High Deeds of Finn MacCool (Red Fox Classics). London: Red Fox, 2001. ISBN 0099414228.
2000 Black Ships Before Troy. Illustrated by Alan Lee. London: Frances Lincoln, 2000. ISBN 0711215227 (pbk).
2000 The Eagle of the Ninth. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2000. ISBN 0192750453 (pbk).
2000 The Eagle of the Ninth (Oxford Bookworms Library), retold by John Escott. Illustrated by Ron Tiner. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2000. ISBN 0194230333 (pbk).
1999 Outcast. (Oxford children’s modern classics). Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1999. ISBN 0192750402 (pbk).
1999 The King Arthur Trilogy: The King Arthur Stories. London: Red Fox, 1999. ISBN 9780099401643 (pbk).
1999 King Arthur Stories : Three Books in One (The Sword and the Circle;  The Light Beyond the Forest; The Road to Camlann). London Red Fox, 1999. ISBN 0099401649 (pbk).
1998 Magic of reading : a whole year of reading fun (Boxed set contains ‘Redwall’ by Brian Jacques, ‘Switchers by Kate Thompson  and “The Sword and the Circle” by RS). London: Red Fox, 1998. ISBN 0099265788 (pbk).
1998 Outcast (Oxford children’s modern classics). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998. ISBN 0192717669 (pbk).
1998 The Eagle of the Ninth (Oxford Children’s Modern Classics). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998. ISBN 0192717650 (pbk).
1998 The Lantern Bearers (Oxford Children’s Modern Classics). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998. ISBN 0192717634 (pbk).
1997 Sword Song. London: Bodley Head, 1997. ISBN 0370323947.
1996 Song for a Dark Queen. London : Red Fox, 1996. ISBN 009952791X (pbk).
1995 Brother Dusty-Feet. London: Red Fox, 1995. IISBN 0099354217 (pbk).
1995 Eagle’s Honour. London: Red Fox, 1995. ISBN 0099353911 (pbk).
1995 The Eagle of the Ninth. (Oxford Bookworms) retold by John Escott. Illustrated by Jonathon Heap. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995. ISBN 0194227448 (pbk).
1995 The Wanderings of Odysseus : the Story of the Odyssey. Illustrated by Alan Lee. London: Frances Lincoln, 1995. ISBN 071120862X.
1994 Bonnie Dundee. London: Red Fox, 1994. ISBN 009935411X (pbk).
1994 The Armourer’s House. London : Red Fox, 1994. ISBN 0099354012 (pbk).
1994 The Eagle of the Ninth (Puffin Modern Classics). Illustrated by Tony Karpinski. London : Puffin in association with Oxford University Press, 1994. ISBN 0140364579 (pbk)
1994 The Shining Company (Random House Modern Classics Series). London: Red Fox, 1994. ISBN 0099366215
1994 Beowulf: Dragonslayer: Oxford: Heinemann New Windmills, 1994. ISBN 043512420X
1993 Black Ships Before Troy: The Story of The Iliad. Illustrated by Alan Lee. London: Frances Lincoln, 1993. ISBN 071120778X, 0711215227 (pbk).
1993 Blue Remembered Hills : a Recollection (New ed.). London: Bodley Head, 1993. ISBN 0370309405.
1993 The Minstrel and the Dragon Pup. Illustrated by Emma Chichester Clark. London: Walker Books, 1993. ISBN 0744521742, 0744543088 (pbk), 0744582598 (pbk)
1993 Chess-Dream in a Garden. Illustrated by Ralph Thompson. London: Walker Books, 1993. ISBN 074452282X, 9780744522822 (hbk).
1993 The Road to Camlann, Part Three of The Legends of King Arthur. Decorations by Shirley Felts. London: Red Fox, 1993. ISBN 0099979306 (pbk), 9780099979302 (pbk).
1993 Blue Remembered Hills: A Recollection. London: Bodley Head, 1993. ISBN 0370309405.
1992 Beowulf: Dragonslayer (New ed.). London: Red Fox, 1992. ISBN 0099972700, 0099972700 (pbk).
1992 Hound of Ulster (Tales of Myth and Legend Series). London: Red Fox, 1992. ISBN 0099972603 (pbk).
1992 Light Beyond the Forest : Quest for the Holy Grail. London: Red Fox, 1992. ISBN 0099974509 (pbk).
1992 Sword and the Circle: King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table (New ed.). London: Red Fox, 1992. ISBN 0099974606 (pbk).
1992 The High Deeds of Finn Mac Cool. Drawings by Michael Charlton. London: Red Fox, 1992. ISBN 0099979403.
1992 The Road to Camlann (New ed.). London: Red Fox, 1992. ISBN 0099979306 (pbk).
1992 The Shield Ring. London: Puffin, 1992. ISBN 0140349693 (pbk).
1992 Beowulf: Dragon Slayer (New ed). London: Red Fox, 1992. 
ISBN 0099972700 (pbk).
1992 Shield Ring. London: Penguin (Puffin), 1992. ISBN 0140349693 (pbk).
1992 The Sword and the Circle : King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Decorations by Shirley Felts. London: Red Fox, 1992. 
ISBN 0099974606 (pbk)

Illustrators of Rosemary Sutcliff’s Books

C Walter Hodges

The Armourer’s House (1950)
Brother Dusty Feet (1951)
The Queen Elizabeth Story (1950)
The Eagle of the Ninth (1954)
Simon (1953)
Chess-Dream in the Garden (1993)

Richard Kennedy

Outcast (1955)

Charles Keeping

The Silver Branch (1957)
The Lantern Bearers (1959)
Warrior Scarlet (1958)
Knight’s Fee (1960)
Beowulf: Dragonslayer (1961)
Dawn Wind (1961)
The Mark of the Horse Lord (1965)
The Capricorn Bracelet (1973)
Blood Feud (1976)

Victor Ambrus

The Hound of Ulster (1963)
Tristan and Iseult (1971)
The Changeling (1974)
A Little Dog Like You (1987)

Michael Charlton

The High Deeds of Finn MacCool (1967)

Emma Chichester Clark

The Minstrel and the Dragon Pup (1993)

Alan Lee

Black Ships Before Troy (1993)
The Wanderings of Odysseus (1995)

(Latest Revision:  24 March, 2014)

33 thoughts on “Titles”

  1. I can’t see anywhere on the list the essay she wrote in the blue pages at the back of the Children’s Encyclopaedia Britannica, called something like “How to Write a Historical Novel”.

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      1. We do have a copy, but it, along with an awful lot of our stuff, is in storage, and likely to be there for some considerable time. However, I work in a university library, and our School of Education library has a copy; I can see if I can get a scan of it. It won’t be until the end of this week,at the earliest, however.

        There seem to have been several children’s encyclopedias published under the Britannica name, and endless spin-offs. The title in question is the Children’s Britannica, published in London for the British market. The original edition was 1960; ours is probably the 3rd edition, 1973, with various reprints and revisions through the 1970s. You’ll probably recognise it – the set with the red bindings which were ubiquitous in school and public libraries in the 1970s and ‘80s. I suspect the blue pages (and a lot of the rest) didn’t change from edition to edition. (I seem to remember another ‘blue pages’ article on how to start a skiffle band, which must surely have been there since 1960!) Anyway, the chances are that Rosemary’s article will be in any edition up to at least the 3rd.

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          1. Bad news. The School of Education can’t find the set of the Children’s Britannica, and think they may not have it any longer. We have not quite given up looking, as there are other places it might have been moved to, and a friend thinks they might still have a set at home.

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  2. Dear Anthony

    I thought you might like to know that we are joining other residents in Walberton (near Arundel, West Sussex) in opening our garden at Swallowshaw to the public on the 18th June from 1.30pm- 5pm
    Though we have made many changes to the planting during the 10yrs we have lived here, the shape and structure is very much as it was when Rosemary lived here.
    We would be delighted if you or anyone else interested in seeing Rosemarys Sussex home, would like to come and visit Swallowshaw and the village for this Open Gardens event.

    More details online:
    http://walberton.org.uk/?ecwd_event=walberton-open-gardens

    Kind regards
    Stephen Walby

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  3. Hello, just found this blog today. I was given a copy of “The Armourer’s House” on my ninth birthday, and was hoping to get a copy for my granddaughter, who is now 9. Do you know whether there are any floating around out there? Thanks!

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  4. Hello Anne

    I keep hoping that I will turn up some Roman remains in my garden, but I think our estate is not sited on any actual remains. However, we are about to aquire an allotment near by and Dere Street runs parallel with the field, so you never know. I keep my eyes peeled when we dig – fingers crossed. I think my love of history comes partly from reading Rosemary Sutcliff’s books when I was young. I loved the way she brought history alive through her stories, rather than the dry books we used at school.

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  5. Hello Anne

    Thank you for your reply, it was really helpful. I have no idea what information this letter was based on. I have sent a very polite reply which is going to be printed in the next village newspaper. I suppose I reacted a bit to this misinformation but I have been reading Rosemary Sutcliff’s books for over forty years and couldn’t let this inaccuracely stand.

    It would have been really exciting to live in a place named in EOTN, we have an unexcavated Roman fort and vicus a few minutes walk from my house and Dere Street runs across the top of the village
    boundary.

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    1. I’m jealous, Eleanor :) It must be wonderful to be able to visit ancient sites like yours and experience history so close at hand.

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  6. Hello Anthony, thanks for this information. I have been reading Rosemary Sutcliff’s stories for over forty years and she remains one of my favourite authors. I was sure that I would have known of any association between my village and The Eagle of the Ninth, but wanted confirmation. I will be replying to this letter and putting the record straight and will let you know if this person responds with anymore information. It may take a while, our village newspaper is quaterly!

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  7. Anthony, I obtained a copy of The Witch’s Brat – thank you so much for that – and really enjoyed re-reading it! I should have posted before.

    The Eagle is indeed available on DVD and is on sale on Amazon. I don’t have a copy though.

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    1. I am delighted of course that you enjoyed re-reading it. If you are so minded, maybe you could write a few sentences here about what you enjoyed about it, why …?

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  8. Can anyone help please? I have just read a puzzelling comment in a letter published in our village newspaper. The author of the letter says ‘there is a film on DVD called The Eagle, based on the book Eagle of the Ninth by Rosemary Sutcliff and much of the content takes place in Lanchester.

    I live in Lancheser, Co Durham, we have an unexcavated Roman fort and settlement called Longovicium sited on Deer Street. I have been reading and re-reading The Eagle of the Ninth for over 40 years and have lived in Lanchester for 27 years and as far as I can tell have never heard of this before. Does anyone know anything about this or if this is true?

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    1. I am sure you are right – and delighted you re-read Rosemary’s book! I do not think any of the book takes place in Lancheser, that I recall. And non of the filming was there, and none of the film make sour that it is in County Durham.

      Other regulars (and others, please) who know much more than I will maybe comment more or as well? Thank you for posting your comment. By the way, have you a copy of the letter?

      Best wishes

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    2. Hi Eleanor

      I’m wondering if your local paper got Lanchester mixed up with Silchester (called by its Roman name Calleva Atrebatum in the book), where quite a bit of the action in EOTN takes place. The novel was at least partly inspired by the Silchester or Calleva Eagle, a Roman artifact discovered near Silchester, athough it was not originally part of a military standard. RS even made her fictional eagle wingless like the Silchester Eagle.
      Image here:

      Click to access sileagle-38.pdf

      There is a list of place-names which appear in “Eagle of the Ninth” at the back of the book and Lanchester/Longovicium is not among them.

      It seems that most of the filming of the movie took place in Hungary and Scotland.

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