#podcastitas ~ The Studly Spartacus in Pop Culture — The Partial Historians

This has been a long time coming, but for those of you who enjoyed our episodes (numbers 18-21) on Spartacus, the 1960 film and the Starz series, here are some select sources to help you find out more about Spartacus on the small and big screen. Augoustakis, A.; Cyrino, M. (eds), Starz Spartacus: Reimagining an…


#podcastitas ~ Episode 5 – The Punk Lexicon, with Joshua Sosin — The Mirror of Antiquity

Loud music, 27 hours on a bike, and a crowd-sourced translation of a giant ancient dictionary. Stream or download the episode, or subscribe on iTunes/Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud, or RSS. Joshua Sosin is Associate Professor of Classics at Duke University. He is co-director of the Duke Databank for Documentary Papyri and…

#podcastitas ~ 078 – Healing and Medicine — The History of Ancient Greece Podcast

In this episode, we discuss healing and medicine in the ancient Greek world by looking at Asklepios, Asklepieia, and the earliest physicians; Hippocrates, the Hippocratic School of Medicine, and the Hippocratic Corpus; and bacterial/viral diseases, mental diseases, and disabilities… 73 more words