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The Roman Podcasts, Episode 6 – Ten Years of War and Agrarian Laws

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The Roman Podcasts, Episode 6 – Ten Years of War and Agrarian Laws

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And now we cover a decade’s worth of Livy probably making a lot of stuff up. We first run into agrarian laws, the bogeymen of Roman politics that became major points of contention during the late republic. And we fight wars, a lot of wars, against pretty much the same three people.

The Roman Podcasts, Episode 4 – The Birth of the Republic to the Death of Publicola

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The Roman Podcasts, Episode 4: The Birth of the Republic to the Death of Publicola

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Having expelled the monarchy, the fledgeling Roman Republic takes its first steps, which mostly include going to war with everyone and people trying really hard to act like kings without being kings.

Podcast Episode 71

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Episode 71: Tribune in the Pocket (Banner to come when I get Photoshop on my new computer)

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In which we discuss the Tribune of the Plebs in the Roman Republic political system.