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Stories From the Ancient World
||Ancient World Now: Mycenae, Tiryns, and Epidaurus||Listen to my podcast on Mycenae: Episode #36: The Mycenaean World MYCENAE After all these years of reading Homer, Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides, and marveling at Heinrich Schliemann’s fabulous discoveries, I finally made it to the Lion Gate at Mycenae! This place holds special meaning for me because the story of the Trojan War is my […]||3/29/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Ancient World Now: Crete I||Listen to my podcast on the Minoan world: Episode #35: Minoan Crete Yesterday we flew into Crete, the island of the Palace of King Minos and his Labyrinth. After dropping our luggage off at the hotel, which looks out over the sea, we visited Anemospilia (“cave of the winds”) on Mt. Juktas, the site of […]||3/23/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Ancient World Now: Delphi and Thebes||Listen to my podcast on Delphi: Episode #19: The Oracle at Delphi CROSSROADS OF THEBES On the way to Delphi today we stopped at the place where Oedipus and Laius met on the road. It was amazing to stand where such an important event in mythology occurred. Here is my Achilles helping me write a […]||3/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Ancient World Now: Marathon||Listen to my podcast on Marathon: Episode #41: Marathon THE AGORA AT ATHENS Today started with Athens cordoned off for the annual half Marathon, with the starting and finish line right outside the hotel. So fitting for the day when we were to visit Marathon, I thought! But everything, I have discovered, on this magical […]||3/20/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Not a voice for radio
Listening to her speek is like listining to homeless people talk to themselfs. Not entertaning. She would be well advised to stick to writing essays or something.