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Nero launches a series of attacks that result in the demise of certain members of the Roman elite. But why these particular people? And why now? We tease apart Tacitus to try to work out what’s really going on. more
This is the second and final part of our interview with philosopher Michael Tremblay, talking about Seneca and stoicism. more
With the recent demise on our show of Nero's favourite Stoic, Seneca, we wanted to go balls deep on Stoicism. To help us out, our guest Michael Tremblay, who has a PhD in philosophy, where he studied Stoic ethics and education, came on and talk to us... more
The co host literally ruins what is great show minus the ignorance of corny comments his background annoying contribution. Get rid of him
This is the perfect mix of informative and entertaining. The podcast has two presenters, Ray and Cam. This chemistry of this unlikely duo is surprising. Without Cam, it would not have the depth of content. Without Ray, Cam would be insufferable. Together, they are gold and I love them both.
I just found this podcast, and I've got to say, I love humor and I love Roman History...and you guys knock them both out of the park. This is solid gold. Keep it up
Often history feels like a lecture, this one feels like you're with friends having a beer talking about history with all the additives provided to a conversation by alcohol. This is an hour spent learning and at the same time, not taking yourself too seriously. Thanks for the great time guys.
I’ve been listening to this podcast for years and I’ve never seen/heard it’s equal. Fantastic job guys!
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Life Of Caesar launched 8 years ago and published 87 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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