Thanks for the info!If you want ‘Rome’s Resurgence‘ it’s rendered ‘Renovatio Romae’. ‘Roma renovata est’ is perfectly good Latin, but it means ‘Rome is renewed’. That’s a good title as well, but a little different to what you want.
Thanks you for the compliment! Can't wait to write it, but I can tell you one person who won't be happy to see it.Sounds very, very promising! I can't wait to see the reconquest of Africa and Majorian's undoubtedly triumphant return to Italy.
Also, I strongly advise you to use threadmarks. Your TL is small and easily readable for now, but once it turns into something big they'll make it much easier for people to read the actual updates rather than pages upon pages of clutter.
I'll keep that in mind...I'm not sure Majorian would sail straight for Carthage. To me, the fact his fleet was based in Cartagena indicates that he would likely land someplace west of it (like Caesarea or Hippo Regius) and retake the rest of North Africa before attacking Carthage itself.
Other than that, nice update!
I hadn't thought of that, I might have to think of including that. My rationale was that he would keep some of his army in the capital in order to defend the city against a weakened Roman force, as well as to deal with another issue that will definately be present in upcoming chapters, especially as the war progresses.Is Geiseric afraid that the Carthaginian aristocracy might stage a coup behind his back if he brought the full weight of his army to bear against Majorian? I can't see this ending well for him.
I can't wait to see how the Church will evolve in the coming centuries with a lasting Western Empire. One thing's for sure, the east-west schism will happen a lot sooner.