#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…

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#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

 

#5000years ~ IFTTT, Twitter, WordPress … archiving a conference

A quicky example:

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#podcastitas ~ Episode 10: The Age of Alexander – 12 Angry Macedonians — The Hellenistic Age Podcast

Hot off his victory at Gaugamela, Alexander tries to kick back and enjoy the fruits of conquest. Instead, the destruction of Persepolis, the battle of the Persian Gates, and the trial of Philotas mark the difficult year of 330 BC. Twitter: https://twitter.com/HellenisticPod iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hellenistic-age-podcast/id1377920930?mt=2 Sources Used: The Anabasis of Alexander – Arrian Life of Alexander…