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History of the Papacy Podcast

History of the Papacy Podcast

jane September 11, 2015 Comments

  Stephen Guerra’s podcast series details the lives of the Popes and all things related to the Popes of Rome. The office of the Bishop of Rome has, for better or worse, shaped the

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History of Armenia

History of Armenia

Kevin Casanova June 12, 2015 Comments

  This project is first of its kind. It’s a series of podcasts about the Armenian history from its early periods until the modern day

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A History Of – Hannibal and the Punic Wars

A History Of – Hannibal and the Punic Wars

admin March 20, 2014 Comments

  A History Of: Hannibal and the Punic Wars is a biweekly biography of everybody’s favourite Carthaginian general. We follow Hannibal throughout his campaigns as well as looking at the Punic Wars at large.

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Life of Caesar Podcast

Life of Caesar Podcast

Roifield Brown March 10, 2014 Comments

  We all know the story. Or do we? Just who was Julius Caesar? Tyrant? Or misunderstood reformer? Join Ray Harris (The World War II Podcast) and Cameron Reilly (The Napoleon Bonaparte Podcast) as they go

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The History of Rome

The History of Rome

Roifield Brown December 14, 2013 Comments

  Mike Duncan grew up outside of Seattle, WA and has a degree in Political Science from Western Washington University. After completing The History of Rome podcast he studied Public History at Texas State

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Myths and History of Greece and Rome

Myths and History of Greece and Rome

Roifield Brown December 7, 2013 Comments

  Paul Vincent is the brains behind the podcast, A journey through the myths and history. The podcast looks at the stories behind of Ancient Greece and Rome and other ancient civilisations

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The Podcast History Of Our World

The Podcast History Of Our World

jane September 12, 2013 Comments

  Rob Monaco started this mighty endevour while an out of work teacher one year ago. He started at the Big Bang and just concluded the Greco-Persian Wars. Neat! Of course there’s still so

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Matt’s Today in History

Matt’s Today in History

jane September 6, 2013 Comments

  Matthew Dattilo presents Today in History, short summaries of historical events that occurred on today’s date. Serious or silly, from before the fall of Rome to the fall of Communism and beyond, we

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Ancient Rome Refocused

Ancient Rome Refocused

jane September 4, 2013 Comments

  Presenter Rob Cain has travelled extensively through Europe, Italy, and Egypt. He was formerly on active duty with the United States Army. He is a fan of history, and enjoys reading books on

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History of the Christian Church

History of the Christian Church

Roifield Brown August 21, 2013 Comments

  History of the Christian Church – Communio Sanctorum Lance Ralston is a pastor of a non-denominational church in Southern California. Being a lover and student of history, and inspired by a fantastic podcast (Mike Duncan’s, The

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Scipio Africanus

Scipio Africanus

Roifield Brown April 1, 2013 Comments

Recommended podcast The History of Hannibal by Jamie Redfern Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus (236–183 BC), also known as Scipio the African, Scipio the Elder, and Scipio the Great was a general in the Second Punic War and statesman of the Roman Republic. He was

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Diocletian and the Crisis of the Third Century

Diocletian and the Crisis of the Third Century

Roifield Brown March 31, 2013 Comments

Recommended topic Who was the best Roman Emperor Diocletian (Latin: Gaius Aurelius Valerius Diocletianus Augustus; c. 22 December 244  – 3 December 311), was a Roman Emperor from 284 to 305. Born to a family of low status in the Roman

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Who was the best Roman Emperor?

Who was the best Roman Emperor?

Rebecca Ramsey March 27, 2013 Comments

Robin has a point in that it is difficult, at best, to compare individuals who operated centuries apart from one another and under wildly different sets of circumstances and determine who was ‘best’ at

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