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Well done always. Informative. Great production.A university education in classic history and the Roman emperorships
Great show. Love it!!
As someone who has been a Roman history hobbyist for over three decades, this is a great podcast to move beyond the better known “greatest hits” of Rome (first century) and get into more “deep tracks” beyond the best known material. Exploring the fast paced action of the third and fourth centuries during the famed “fall” is full of fascinating facts and stories that lead to an ever increased understanding of what came next. Thank you for the great work.
Love this a lot.
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Emperors of Rome launched 10 years ago and published 232 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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