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Audio Introduction 3 The Gracchi.

Introduction 3 The Gracchi. Text from Kershaw, S., A Brief Guide to Classical Civilization, London: Robinson, 2010, 262-264.

Ancient history, Rome, Latin, Politics view
Audio Julius Caesar: The Die is Cast

Julius Caesar: The Die is Cast. Text from Kershaw, S., A Brief Guide to Classical Civilization, London: Robinson, 2010, 276-279.

Rome, Latin view
Audio BREAD & CIRCUSES (PART 1)

The poet Juvenal famously wrote:

The public has long since cast off its cares; the people that once bestowed commands, consulships, legions...

Rome, Gladiators, Bread and Circuses, Venationes, Colosseum view
Audio Introduction 1 Roman History Outline

Introduction 1 Roman History Outline. Text from Kershaw, S., A Brief Guide to Classical Civilization, London: Robinson, 2010, 256-7.

Ancient history, Rome, Latin, Politics view
Audio Introduction 6 Crassus, Pompey and Caesar

Introduction 6 Crassus, Pompey and Caesar. Text from Kershaw, S., A Brief Guide to Classical Civilization, London: Robinson, 2010, 270-272.

Ancient history, Rome, Latin, Politics view
Audio From the Ides of March to Actium

Text from Kershaw, S., A Brief Guide to Classical Civilization, London: Robinson, 2010, 281-286. © S. Kershaw

Ancient history, Rome view
Audio Introduction 4 Marius and the Social War

Introduction 4 Marius and the Social War. Text from Kershaw, S., A Brief Guide to Classical Civilization, London: Robinson, 2010, 264-7

Ancient history, Rome, Latin, Politics view
Audio Civil Wars, Dictatorship and the ‘Egyptian Woman’

Civil Wars, Dictatorship and the ‘Egyptian Woman’. Text from Kershaw, S., A Brief Guide to Classical Civilization, London: Robinson, 2010, 279-281...

Rome, Latin view
Audio BREAD AND CIRCUSES (PART 2)

This podcast is the second of two that give some information about 'Bread and Circuses' at Rome. In Part 2 we talk about what happened during the...

Rome, Bread and Circuses, Gladiators, Venationes, Colosseum, Chariot racing view
Audio Introduction 2 SPQR

Introduction 2 SPQR. Text from Kershaw, S., A Brief Guide to Classical Civilization, London: Robinson, 2010, 257-261.

Ancient history, Rome, Latin, Politics view
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