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The Orientalizing Mediterranean
Iron Age Iberia and the Lost Civilization of the Tartessians
Building Archaic Rome: Interview with Dr. Andrea Brock
The Birth of Rome
Forgotten Peoples of the Ancient Mediterranean: Interview with Professor Peter van Dommelen
The Emergence of the Etruscans
Iron Age Italy
Competition, Tyranny, and the Birth of Ancient Greece
Sicily and the Making of the Greek Mediterranean
How Data Happened: Professors Chris Wiggins and Matthew L. Jones on the History of Data
The Roots of Archaic Greece
The Phoenician Mediterranean
The Emergence of Phoenicia
How to Write Historical Fiction | Interview with historian and author Dan Jones on his new novel Essex Dogs
Greece's Dark Age
The Interconnected Mediterranean of the Iron Age
where is persian empire? i wonder why you totally ignore that
Thoroughly enjoying this so far, just got into Italian renaissance and the episodes on the Italian wars and banking system are excellent. thank you!
This pod has been very good quality so far from what I've heard
15 minutes in and I already learned something new. Nice
mid roll ads killed The flow of the show for me
Great podcast, terrible episode. the word Bantu appears three times 22 minutes in. the content wasn't bad, just misleading.
I love it how facts are presented beyond reasonable doubt.
How do we know they didn't have their own form of writing that was on wood. or somehow didn't carry over that gap after they lost possible control of the trade route? It figures they'd try an mimic ancient Mycian.
Tides of history is a fantastic podcast for history lovers. give it a try 😉🔥🔥
Sehr gute Folge.
Very well spoken guest.
this was quite a good one, thanks. I was vaguely aware of the Indus valley civilization and have even been lucky enough to visit one of the sites. but I didn't really understand the social structure differences of that civilization.
what hes saying about the importance of civilization can be applied at any point and any time, even presently the way political ideologies are looked to as the comparitive of current civilization. who or what is it really effecting other then thise applying the standard. To everyone else, its not important enough to care about because essentially, life goes on the way it always has before the group think was applied. Good observation!
As a millennial this episode really spoke to me. We need more voices talking about these things.
Fascinating conversation even if I disagree with a lot of what was said.
Repeat, and repeat, and repeat, the same information over and over. It just does not move along.
really verbose and exhausting to listen to