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***Special Guest Episode on Greek Naval Warfare w/Marc DeSantis***

The History of Ancient Greece

Release Date: 07/13/2020

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The History of Ancient Greece

"In this episode of Amped Up Radio, I sit down to talk with Ryan Stitt, the creator and host of The History of Ancient Greece Podcast.  Ryan talks about the thorny issue of historiography in ancient Greece, relating to the lack of reliable sources; what life would have been like if you were a male, female, or slave living in Athens, and Sparta's eugenics program, whether or not it is myth or reality.  In the second half of the show, we talk about how Ryan got into podcasting, some roadblocks he's come across, and some tips for new podcasters are arriving to the scene!"   Amped...

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In today's special guest episode, I am joined by Dr Denise Eileen McCoskey, Professor of Classics and affiliate of Black World Studies at Miami (OH) University. She has written extensively on the politics of race and gender in antiquity and is currently at work on a project examining the role of eugenics in early twentieth-century classical scholarship. In 2012, she published her book , which will be the topic of today’s conversation. It accounts for the various ways in which ancient cultures thought about race (including race as social practice...

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Special Episode with Ryan Stitt of The History of Ancient Greece Podcast: Relationship between the Greeks and the Near East prior to the Persian Invasions. There is not one record in all the tablets found in Nineveh regarding Greece… but surely there’s more to the story. Bernie and Ryan tell it in part 1 of 2 in this special series.   Fan of History Podcast Website: YouTube: Facebook:  

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An off season, behind the scenes peek episode, featuring insights from the Working Over Time team, as well as two peers within the podcast/live stream heritage content community (Ryan Stitt of the History of Ancient Greece podcast and Natasha Billson of Behind the Trowel youtube channel).   Working Over Time by Dr. Karen Bellinger Website: Twitter: Facebook:  

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"In preparation for Persia’s increased involvement with the Greek mainland, I think it’s a good idea to get some expert input on the “Yauna” on the western frontiers of the great empire. Please enjoy my conversation with the excellent Ryan Stitt of The History of Ancient Greece Podcast."   The History of Persia Podcast Website: Twitter: Facebook:  

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In this special guest episode, Marc DeSantis and I discuss his most recent book, "A Naval History of the Peloponnesian War: Ships, Men and Money in the War at Sea, 431-404 BC". In particular, we talk about the ship designs, naval combat, the financial burden of navies, and the overall war strategies of both sides.   Show Notes:    

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This episode features a presentation that Ben Jacobs (trained urban planner and host of the Wittenberg of Westphalia podcast) and Ryan Stitt (trained Ancient Greek and host of The History of Ancient Greece podcast) gave at Intelligent Speech 2020, a virtual conference for podcast producers and consumers. We discuss the form and function of cities in the ancient and early modern worlds. For the video of our conversion, follow this link:  

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