These great figures of history strode the world like Colossuses. Their every decision altering the fates of untold numbers of people. Through their talent, hard work and determination they worked to single handedly change the world they lived in. Join us as we take you through the lives of some of history’s most extraordinary individuals.
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Heavily outnumbered, Caesar must find a way to lure the Belgic coalition into fighting on terrain of his choosing. To do this, he will need a strong understanding of human psychology. more
A coalition of Belgic tribes races to attack the winter camp of Quintus Cicero. No military man, Quintus must rise to the occasion if he and his legion are to survive the onslaught and find a way to get help from Caesar. more
The 14th legion finds itself isolated and under attack. With command divided evenly between two commanders, the Romans begin bickering amongst themselves as to which is the correct course of action to save themselves from the enemy. But who is the en... more
I think that this is the best history podcast. You can learn a lot of stuff and it is not like a history lesson it is more like a true story. Instead of just saying it he describes it.
I’m writing this review after binging all 46 episodes (on Spotify) in 2 months 🤯 Trevor does an incredible job at forming each chapter of Roman History into its own short story. Extremely satisfying to listen to when you’re doing a 30-60 minute activity (running, cooking etc). Would love more people to listen so that he can release episodes more frequently! - Calbrxwn
A natural born story teller; never thought I’d find history so phenomenally interesting!
My knowledge is good on Rome history you made it so much better
Amazing podcast for everyone interested in ancient Rome. A lot of focus on Julius Caesar. Hopefully they will touch even more on other great Roman figures in the future.
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