Jennifer Lockett's The Ancient City of Rome (Fall 2008)
By Jennifer Lockett
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This course will explore the Ancient City of Rome, its origins, evolution, and resulting changes over the history of the Empire. This is a special lecture series offered through TCU Extended education during the Fall 2008 semester. For more information, please visit www.IndianaJen.com or www.lifelong.tcu.edu
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This is an extremely good podcast that will increase your knowledge on ancient Rome regardless of how much you already know. The lack of seeing the slides that the class is looking at is a bit of a drawback but not so much so that one is unable to understand and follow along.
A good series
A nice, brief, series on the city of Rome. I really like it. There are slides included with the lectures which make it easier to follow along. Some of the information is rather dry, but most of it is fun.
The Ancient City of Rome
I learned alot from this podcst and it is very informational. Very well done and I would highly recommend it!