A silence settled over the Theatre of Pompey, and Rome moved quickly. Will Brutus and Cassius be hailed as liberators and restorers of the Roman republic, or will Rome lament the demise of its leader? Much of it comes down to the actions of Antony, and the legacy left in the will of Caesar. ‘Caesar’s…
Day: August 22, 2018
#podcastitas ~ Episode 11: The Age of Alexander – Alas, What Evil Customs Reign in Macedon — The Hellenistic Age Podcast
The lands of Bactria and Sogdiana take their toll on the Macedonians, with murder, marriage and Medism marking the difficult years of 329 – 327 BC.
#podcastitas ~ Ep 314 – Love Story, by Erich Segal — Overdue
NOTE: This episode does contain explicit language. Welcome back to our good friends Margaret and Sophie! They’re here to tell you all about Erich Segal’s classic tearjerker Love Story. Get ready to hear about tears, jerks, and unfortunate fate of the original cool girl.Other talking points include: saying you’re sorry, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and preposterous…
#podcastitas ~ 12. Pius I — PONTIFACTS
This episode is about Pope Pius I! Or at least, it tries to be, while also touching on all the major figures of second century Christianity that outshone him, including his own brother. We’ll discuss Pius’s life and contributions, and decide whether or he is an overshadowed gem, or a needle in a haystack. Shepherd…
#podcastitas ~ QDP Ep 114: De Rebus Australianis — Quomodo Dicitur? Podcast
Iason ab Augusto Iustoque de rebus in Australia visis interrogatur. Umquamne in Australia fuisti? Australiam invisere vis?