Fantastic detail! Excellent work!
I drive. A lot. I’m also a history buff. I’m always struggling to find something lengthy that’s both excellent in content and quality, and this fits the bill. So much so, that I’ve listened to many episodes more than once. Due to the immense amount of information in every episode, I still learn something new when repeating. The narrator and various voice actors make this fun to listen to, and little touches like hearing native languages spoken, along with music and recipes from these civilizations just push this podcast over the top. Incredibly well researched and presented. If you’re looking for long form historical content, don’t hesitate to give this a listen. -You won’t regret it, and you’ll be surprised at how fast time seems to fly by as you listen. Thank you all for this fantastic content! -J
AmishThunder via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/16/24
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So glad I came across this, amazing production and voice acting to really immerse you in the story. If you’re a Hardcore History acolyte or are always searching for historical knowledge this podcast scratches the itch. Support this pod!!
DevRaya via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/20/19
These kindof “fall of civilization” narratives are pretty conservative and really favor elite perspectives. Pretty telling this guy is a literary historian , would not fly in like basic Anthro 101 class
yoooooooooootkrnn via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/17/19
This a a gorgeously produced and presented podcast. It is easy to listen to, while based on academic rigour. I have enjoyed every episode. However the episode on the Khmer was superb. Throughout wonderful sources were used and the conclusions based on current academic research. Fall of...Read full review »
Rob C from Oz via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/13/19
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