• History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon

    Spanning a period of nearly 1500 years, this monumental work of history tracks the orbit of one of the greatest Empires of all time. The sheer scale and sweep of the narrative is breathtaking in its ambitious scope and brings to vivid life the collapse of a magnificent military, political and administrative structure.

  • "I Linguaggi" Festival delle Scienze 2014

    "I Linguaggi" Festival delle Scienze 2014

  • Last Stop To Nowhere

    The Australian history you never learnt at school. Hear about the complications of Australia's past: the unsavory, the humorous and the downright perplexing. Hosted by Michael Sloan and Kyle Sherer

  • Tales of the nomad dad

    Valerie's dad, Gary, has lived and traveled all over Arizona (and a wee bit in California). Some of the stories he's told us through the years just might interest others, especially Arizonans who may have been to the same places, seen the same events– heck, may even know my dad!

  • Per Anhalter durch die Archäologie (Archaeoholics MP3 Feed)

    Wir sind die Archaeoholics, ein Channel von Archäologen für Archäologen. Für jene die es noch werden wollen, Laien, Teilzeit Laien und eigentlich sowieso jeden der etwas Interesse für Geschichte aufbringen kann.

  • Boston Athenæum

    The Boston Athenæum, a membership library, first opened its doors in 1807, and its rich history as a library and cultural institution has been well documented in the annals of Boston’s cultural life. Today, it remains a vibrant and active institution that serves a wide variety of members and scholars. With more than 600,000 titles in its book collection, the Boston Athenæum functions as a public library for many of its members, with a large and distinguished circulating collection, a newspaper and magazine reading room, quiet spaces and rooms for reading and researching, a children’s library, and wireless internet access throughout its building. The Art Department mounts three exhibitions per year in the institution's Norma Jean Calderwood Gallery, rotating selections in the Recent Acquisitions Gallery, and a number of less formal installations in places and cases around the building. The Special Collections resources are world-renowned, and include maps, manuscripts, rare books, and

  • Dawn Treader Review

    The Dawn Treader is a mythical ship built in the land of Narnia, created by C.S. Lewis. This podcast is dedicated to the exploration of the mysterious and unexplained nature of our world as a tribute to her adventures. Here you will find a periodic exploration of various topics through thousands of samplings of researchers and experts, over an omnipresent background of music and effects. Seraphina introduces each episode and Michael, the navigator, guides the listener through the various segments of inquiry. The topic is surveyed and credits are placed, and at the end - there is still uncertainty, but the Dawn Treader is a vessel of hope and optimism. Our performance improves over time. For serious inquiry use this podcast as a directory to hundreds of different shows. Discover rough gems of wisdom and polished publications alike as our search continues ever on toward the dawn of understanding.

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