Tarzan and the Lost Empire

People(in order of appearance)
Nkima very smart little monkey
TARZAN of the Apes John Clayton, Lord Greystoke
Muviro sub-chief of the Waziri
Doctor von Harden German medical missionary
Erich von Harden his 23-year-old mountain-climbing son
Gabula Erich's Bagego body servant
Nyoto Bagego chief
Lukedi and Ogonyo Bagegos
Castrum Mare — Mallius Lepus Centurion
Validus Augustus Emperor of the East
Cassius Hasta Nephew of Validus Augustus
Rufinus Soldier
Septimus Favonius Uncle of Validus Augustus
Favonia Daughter of Setpimus Favonius
Fulvus Fupus Unwanted suitor to Favonia
Cæcilius Metellus Young patrician at the baths
Castra Sanguinarius — Sublatus Emperor of the West
Maximus Præclarus Sanguinarian Officer, Tarzan's escort
Fastus Son of Subltatus, Molester of Dilecta
Dilecta Daughter of Dion Spendidus
Axuch and Mpingu Bagego Slaves in Sanguinarius
Festivitas Mother of Præclarus
Dion Splendidus A Senator
Appius Applosus Commander of Colosseum Guards
Gayat, Zutho, Go-yad Apes of Tarzan's tribe
Claudius Taurus 5-year Champion gladiator of C. Mare
Summary — Book Blurb
New York: Ballantine Books


Somewhere in the heart of Africa, a man had disappeared—Erich von Harben, son of an old friend of Tarzan of the Apes. Now the ape-man was seeking to rescue him.
The trail led to a mysterious valley where Tarzan discovered two surviving outposts of ancient Rome, almost unchanged by time. And there, Tarzan was thrust into the bloody arena, to face every peril the cruel and corrupt Emperor of Castra Sanguinarius could devise to ensure the ape-man's death.
Miles away in Castrum Mare, Erich von Harben was also awaiting execution upon the sands of another tyrant's arena.
Chapters There are 23 untitled chapters

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