ancient rome podcasts

Rome 40: He is Risen

History's favorite performer Nero can't quite nail the role of decent emperor.

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Rome 39: CCCClaudius

Claudius shreds through multiple wives, breaks senators' hearts, and slays beached whales in a wild twenty years.

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Rome 37: Little Fishes

Tiberius suceeds Augustus in pretty much name only, proceeds to be mediocre to maybe evil.

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Rome 35: Augustus Never Dies

Augustus continues to rule Rome with the help of trusted generals.

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Rome 34: The Invention of Scissors

Augustus finds himself in sole control of Rome. Liking his new position, he works to make it permanent.

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Rome 33: The 2nd Triumvirate and Single Barrel Mucinex

The 2nd Triumvirate rules through fear, then takes down Brutus and Cassius. Then it takes down itself.

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Episode 32: Like Father, Like Adopted Son

Generally unknown Caius Octavius buys himself an army and several magistracies.

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Episode 29: Caesar and the PPPPtolemies

Caesar arbitrates the Egyptian succession and then curbstomps an Eastern Monarch. In the meantime, Antony screws...

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Episode 26: The Great Revolt

Gaul's last free Gauls take a last free gasp of air, and try to shake off the Roman opression.

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Episode 25: Tims Thames

Tired of massacring the French, Caesar tried to do the same in Britain but finds out there's no pearls.

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Episode 24: Belgian Rage

Caesar and his legions stimy the Blegian threat, while Clodius runs wild in Rome.

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Episode 23: Summer in France

Caesar keeps himself very busy during his first year as governor of Gaul.

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Episode 22: Julius and Caesar

Gaius Julius Caesar is super famous. If you know one Roman, you know him. This is the story of his consulship and...

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