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History of the World podcast

Chris Hasler

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History of the World podcast

History of the World podcast

Chris Hasler

125
Followers
2.3K
Plays
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This is the History of the World podcast!!! The incredible story of the human history of the world. Come and join us on this incredible journey!

Latest Episodes

Vol 3 Ep 38 - The Beginning of the Roman Empire ( Augustus )

44 BCE - 14 CE - Rome recovers after the death of Julius Caesar, and the constitution of Rome would change for good. One man emerges from all others to become the most trusted leader of the entire Roman Republic.

48 min4 d ago
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Vol 3 Ep 38 - The Beginning of the Roman Empire ( Augustus )

Unscripted (19) ( Trepanning )

We continue our short break from the narative by exploring the grim and sinister act of trepanation which explores the widely practised act of boring a hole in the human skull as we try to understand the reasons behind this high risk procedure.

41 min1 w ago
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Unscripted (19) ( Trepanning )

Unscripted (18) ( The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World )

An informal look at the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, topped off with the usual updates from the HotWorld forums.

41 min2 w ago
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Unscripted (18) ( The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World )

Vol 3 Ep 37 - PROFILE - Julius Caesar, Part Two

60 - 44 BCE - The continuation of Caesar's story covering the First Triumvirate, The Gallic Wars and Caesar's Civil War. Rome could never be the same again.

53 min3 w ago
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Vol 3 Ep 37 - PROFILE - Julius Caesar, Part Two

Vol 3 Ep 36 - PROFILE - Julius Caesar, Part One

100 - 60 BCE - The story of the chaotic Roman world that Caesar was born into, and what it would take for a charismatic and talented young man with connections to climb the political ladder of the Republic.

41 minAUG 30
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Vol 3 Ep 36 - PROFILE - Julius Caesar, Part One

Vol 3 Ep 35 - BATTLE - The Battle of Zela ( 47 BCE )

47 BCE - Veni, vidi, vici. Julius Caesar was short handed when he felt obliged to deal with the Pontic problem. Discover how Pontus still caused headaches for the Romans, even after the reign and lifetime of the great Mithridates VI.

43 minAUG 23
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Vol 3 Ep 35 - BATTLE - The Battle of Zela ( 47 BCE )

Vol 3 Ep 34 - BATTLE - The Battle of Alesia ( 52 BCE )

52 BCE - The Battle of Alesia is the story of a siege under siege. We meet Julius Caesar, who had the Gallic confederation in a precarious spot. The Gallic leader, Vercingetorix, was entrusted to defend Alesia. This battle was historically signifant as this was a pivotal part of the wider Gallic Wars between Rome and Gaul.

48 minAUG 16
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Vol 3 Ep 34 - BATTLE - The Battle of Alesia ( 52 BCE )

Vol 3 Ep 33 - BATTLE - The Battle of Carrhae ( 53 BCE )

53 BCE - The first major encounter between the Romans and the Parthians involved the mighty Roman army taking on an extremely unusual army. It was an army with absolutely no infantry. Find out what Crassus would do to deal with this unique threat.

47 minAUG 9
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Vol 3 Ep 33 - BATTLE - The Battle of Carrhae ( 53 BCE )

Vol 3 Ep 32 - BATTLE - The Battle of Mount Vesuvius ( 73 BCE ) ( Spartacus )

73 BCE - The story of the first acts of rebellion by the group of slaves involving Spartacus. It would be one thing for a few dozen gladiators escaping captivity, but how did this become a problem of national significance?

47 minAUG 2
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Vol 3 Ep 32 - BATTLE - The Battle of Mount Vesuvius ( 73 BCE ) ( Spartacus )

Vol 3 Ep 31 - Ancient Rome: The Late Roman Republic ( The First Triumvirate )

146 - 44 BCE - The story of the Optimates and the Populares and the characters who witnessed Rome's gradual decline from its being the most powerful entity in the world to a republic fragmented by civil strife, and introducing the incredible life of Julius Caesar.

52 minJUL 26
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Vol 3 Ep 31 - Ancient Rome: The Late Roman Republic ( The First Triumvirate )

Latest Episodes

Vol 3 Ep 38 - The Beginning of the Roman Empire ( Augustus )

44 BCE - 14 CE - Rome recovers after the death of Julius Caesar, and the constitution of Rome would change for good. One man emerges from all others to become the most trusted leader of the entire Roman Republic.

48 min4 d ago
Comments
Vol 3 Ep 38 - The Beginning of the Roman Empire ( Augustus )

Unscripted (19) ( Trepanning )

We continue our short break from the narative by exploring the grim and sinister act of trepanation which explores the widely practised act of boring a hole in the human skull as we try to understand the reasons behind this high risk procedure.

41 min1 w ago
Comments
Unscripted (19) ( Trepanning )

Unscripted (18) ( The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World )

An informal look at the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, topped off with the usual updates from the HotWorld forums.

41 min2 w ago
Comments
Unscripted (18) ( The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World )

Vol 3 Ep 37 - PROFILE - Julius Caesar, Part Two

60 - 44 BCE - The continuation of Caesar's story covering the First Triumvirate, The Gallic Wars and Caesar's Civil War. Rome could never be the same again.

53 min3 w ago
Comments
Vol 3 Ep 37 - PROFILE - Julius Caesar, Part Two

Vol 3 Ep 36 - PROFILE - Julius Caesar, Part One

100 - 60 BCE - The story of the chaotic Roman world that Caesar was born into, and what it would take for a charismatic and talented young man with connections to climb the political ladder of the Republic.

41 minAUG 30
Comments
Vol 3 Ep 36 - PROFILE - Julius Caesar, Part One

Vol 3 Ep 35 - BATTLE - The Battle of Zela ( 47 BCE )

47 BCE - Veni, vidi, vici. Julius Caesar was short handed when he felt obliged to deal with the Pontic problem. Discover how Pontus still caused headaches for the Romans, even after the reign and lifetime of the great Mithridates VI.

43 minAUG 23
Comments
Vol 3 Ep 35 - BATTLE - The Battle of Zela ( 47 BCE )

Vol 3 Ep 34 - BATTLE - The Battle of Alesia ( 52 BCE )

52 BCE - The Battle of Alesia is the story of a siege under siege. We meet Julius Caesar, who had the Gallic confederation in a precarious spot. The Gallic leader, Vercingetorix, was entrusted to defend Alesia. This battle was historically signifant as this was a pivotal part of the wider Gallic Wars between Rome and Gaul.

48 minAUG 16
Comments
Vol 3 Ep 34 - BATTLE - The Battle of Alesia ( 52 BCE )

Vol 3 Ep 33 - BATTLE - The Battle of Carrhae ( 53 BCE )

53 BCE - The first major encounter between the Romans and the Parthians involved the mighty Roman army taking on an extremely unusual army. It was an army with absolutely no infantry. Find out what Crassus would do to deal with this unique threat.

47 minAUG 9
Comments
Vol 3 Ep 33 - BATTLE - The Battle of Carrhae ( 53 BCE )

Vol 3 Ep 32 - BATTLE - The Battle of Mount Vesuvius ( 73 BCE ) ( Spartacus )

73 BCE - The story of the first acts of rebellion by the group of slaves involving Spartacus. It would be one thing for a few dozen gladiators escaping captivity, but how did this become a problem of national significance?

47 minAUG 2
Comments
Vol 3 Ep 32 - BATTLE - The Battle of Mount Vesuvius ( 73 BCE ) ( Spartacus )

Vol 3 Ep 31 - Ancient Rome: The Late Roman Republic ( The First Triumvirate )

146 - 44 BCE - The story of the Optimates and the Populares and the characters who witnessed Rome's gradual decline from its being the most powerful entity in the world to a republic fragmented by civil strife, and introducing the incredible life of Julius Caesar.

52 minJUL 26
Comments
Vol 3 Ep 31 - Ancient Rome: The Late Roman Republic ( The First Triumvirate )

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