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Jeffrey Hudson: England’s Forgotten Swashbuckler
She played both sides!
What a fascinating woman! I had never heard of Irene of Byzantine. What a fantastic life she lived, and proof that even the humblest of beginnings does not limit ones abilities or potential.
Great historic info that is rarely discussed in general history and world history books.
Personal & Professional life of #MilicentPatrick is fascinating. The way she was black balled by #OldHollywood & #Disney because of a man's inferiority complex is just foul! Shame on all who participated or profited from her maltreatment or that of others.
Love the #History of #France #NapoleonEmpress
Oh wow! So impressed with all the knowledge I gained about #divorce, divorce #history, and purpose in #Revolutionary #France. Fantastic job!
it seems very convenient that you forgot that Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood in your criticism of the progressive organizations that favored eugenics.
Yes a great Episode. And Thanks for the Further Reading list too. (^^,) Manuel Aguilar-Moreno, Handbook to Life in the Aztec World, Oxford University Press, (2007). David Carrasco, The Aztecs: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford University Press, (2012). Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc. Millie Gimmel, “Reading Medicine in the Codex de la Cruz Badiano”, Journal of the History of Ideas 69 (2008): 169-92. Patrizia Granziera, “Gardens and public parks in Cuernavaca: transformations of a cultural landscape.” Landscape History 38:2 (2017): 97-108. Francisco Guerra, “Aztec Medicine,” Medical History 10 (1966): 315-338. James Maffie, “Teotl as Olin,” in: Aztec Philosophy: Understanding a World in Motion, University Press of Colorado, (2014): 185-260. NAHUATLAHTOLLI [language course]. Sylvie Peperstraete, “Representing the Human Body in Postclassic Central Mexico: A Study of Proportions and Their Evolution in the Aztec Pictorial Tradition,” in: Anthropomorphic Imagery in the Mesoamerican Highlands: Gods, Ancestors, and Human Beings, University Press of Colorado, (2020). Michael E. Smith, The Aztecs, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., (2011). Eliseo “Cheo” Torres and Timothy L. Sawyer, Healing with Herbs and Rituals: A Mexican Tradition, University of New Mexico Press, (2014). And do a search here > and press Filter for texts , movies , audio , etc. https://archive.org/search.php?query=%28Aztec%29
Great summary of the Aztec culture, history, social, and religious practices. I wish the titles of books and/or articles were included in show summary to make further research easier.
I thought they were called warlocks...my bad.
The Chinese were the first people to not be allowed to immigrate simply because of their race. The Immigration Bureau, the great grandaddy of ICE, was created just to keep Chinese out. Modern immigration policy like family separation came from exclusion.
Thanks for a good episode on this lady.
What a great collection and diversity of Podcasts here. 👍 Highly Recommended. It got all things between heaven and your ears. (^^,) History + Sherlock Holmes + Dogs + Diet + Bible + Crime + etc. + many more...
uses of voice as if reading a bedtime story to a child