The History of Rome

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A weekly podcast tracing the rise, decline and fall of the Roman Empire.

038- The Catiline Conspiracy 20:08
zo 28 feb 2010

038- The Catiline Conspiracy

In 63 BC an embittered two-time consular candidate named Catiline conspired to overthrow the Roman government. He was stopped by Rome’s greatest politician and orator, Marcus Tullius Cicero.

039- The Young Julius Caesar Chronicles 22:52
zo 28 feb 2010

039- The Young Julius Caesar Chronicles

Julius Caesar had an eventful career on his way up the Cursus Honorum. He won the Civic Crown in Asia, was captured by pirates on his way to Rhodes, and served as Governor of Hispania Ulterior.

040- In the Consulship of Julius and Caesar 23:01
zo 28 feb 2010

040- In the Consulship of Julius and Caesar

In 59 BC Julius Caesar served a controversial year in the consulship. He pressed for land and administrative reforms the conservative Senate opposed.

041a- The Gallic Wars 20:02
zo 28 feb 2010

041a- The Gallic Wars

After beginning his proconsulship of Cisalpine Gaul in 58 BC Caesar was asked to halt the advance of a migrating Celtic tribe. He managed to turn them around, but was immediately called to face an even deadlier threat at the banks of the Rhine River.

017- Pyrrhic Victories 17:50
zo 28 feb 2010

017- Pyrrhic Victories

The Greek cities of southern Italy called on King Pyrrhus of Epirus to protect them from Roman encroachment. Though Pyrrhus was undefeated in battle, his victories were so costly that he was forced to withdraw from Italy in 275 BC, leaving Rome in control of Magna Graecia.