The history of ancient Rome [sound recording] / Garrett G. Fagan.

Title: 
The history of ancient Rome [sound recording] / Garrett G. Fagan.

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Author/Artist: 
Fagan, Garrett G., 1963-
Publisher: 
Chantilly, Va. : Great Courses, c1999.
Description: 
24 sound discs (ca. 1440 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (19 cm.)
240000
Other Authors: 
Teaching Company.
Format of Material: 
Books
Bib ID: 
125336
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Location: 
Stacks
Call Number: 
DG213.F15
Notes: 
Compact disc.
In 4 containers.
Lecturer: Professor Garrett G. Fagan, Pennsylvania State University.
48 lectures on the history of ancient Rome beginning with pre-Roman Italy and ending with the fall of Rome.
Compact discs.
Contents: 
Lecture 1. Introduction --
Lecture 2. Sources --
Lecture 3. Pre-Roman Italy and the Etruscans --
Lecture 4. Foundation of Rome --
Lecture 5. Kings of Rome --
Lecture 6. Regal society --
Lecture 7. Beginnings of the Republic --
Lecture 8. Struggle of the orders --
Lecture 9. Roman expansion in Italy --
Lecture 10. Roman Confederation in Italy --
Lecture 11. International scene on the eve of Roman expansion --
Lecture 12. Carthage and the First Punic War --
Lecture 13. Second Punic (or Hannibalic) War --
Lecture 14. Rome in the Eastern Mediterranean --
Lecture 15. Explaining the rise of the Roman empire --
Lecture 16. "Captured Conqueror"; Rome and Hellenism --
Lecture 17. Governing the Roman Republic, part I : Senate and magistrates --
Lecture 18. Governing the Roman Republic, part II : popular assemblies and provincial administration --
Lecture 19. Pressures of Empire --
Lecture 20. Gracchi brothers --
Lecture 21. Marius and Sulla --
Lecture 22. "Royal Rule of Sulla" --
Lecture 23. Sulla's reforms undone --
Lecture 24. Pompey and Crassus --
Lecture 25. First Triumvirate --
Lecture 26. Pompey and Caesar --
Lecture 27. "Domination of Caesar" --
Lecture 28. Social and cultural life in the late Republic --
Lecture 29. Antony and Octavian --
Lecture 30. Second Triumvirate --
Lecture 31. Octavian emerges supreme --
Lecture 32. New order of Augustus --
Lecture 33. Imperial succession --
Lecture 34. Julio-Claudian dynasty --
Lecture 35. Emperor in the Roman world --
Lecture 36. Third-century crisis --
Lecture 37. Shape of Roman society --
Lecture 38. Roman slavery --
Lecture 39. Family --
Lecture 40. Women in Roman society --
Lecture 41. Empire of cities --
Lecture 42. Public entertainment, part I : The Roman baths and chariot racing --
Lecture 43. Public entertainment, part II : Gladiatorial games --
Lecture 44. Roman paganism --
Lecture 45. Rise of Christianity --
Lecture 46. Restoration of order --
Lecture 47. Constantine and the late Empire --
Lecture 48. Thoughts on the "Fall" of the Roman Empire.
ISBN: 
156585327X
9781565853270
Series: 
Great courses (Compact disc)
The great courses