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We often overlook Islamic history as a learning tool. The history of Islam is not only important for Muslims, but important for everyone. Islam and the people who call themselves Muslims have made an enormous impact on our world. The Islamic History Podcast is about discovering that history in a fun and interesting way.
 
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The ByzCast

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The ByzCast

The Byzantine Life

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Podcasts diving deep into Catholic content from a Byzantine/Eastern perspective. Featuring audio of The Orthodachs Show (current events and topical interview/monologue show), The Byzantine Life Reads (audio of Byzantine spiritual classics) and more to come! Stay Tuned, Christendom!
 
Travel back in time with me to some of the most fascinating moments in human history. Witness colossal sea battles involving tens of thousands of men, take part in pagan blood rituals in the mysterious forests of Northern Europe and engage in highly orchestrated tribal warfare within Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. All this and more from the comfort of your own living room/bus to work/toilet throne
 
With an authentic and unusual way for the ophthalmic industry, Athanassios introduces a design philosophy that echoes the diachronic aesthetics of Greek culture and art. The style is influenced by classical ideals in order to achieve harmony and symmetry in the shapes. Inspired by the melodies of his piano music, the designer finds sensual elements that become the links of himself and the details of his creations. Beauty becomes the final outcome in a synthesis of sensitivity, symmetry and h ...
 
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Icons/Idols: Irene

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Icons/Idols: Irene

The Byzantine Choral Project

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The unlikely story of a child bride who ascends to the heart of Byzantine power. Harboring a treasonous secret that marks her as the enemy of her husband and son, Irene must finally choose her side in the iconoclastic wars. With a haunting score inspired by Byzantine Chant, and featuring the voices of ten women and non-binary performers, ICONS/IDOLS: IRENE is a sweeping story of ambition, sacrifice, and the struggle to make something new out of a shattered world. A twelve-episode musical aud ...
 
Have you ever wondered about the visual remains of past centuries that still survive in our cities and countryside today? Are you baffled by modern art? This collection provides you with insights into different aspects of art and visual culture between the Middle Ages and the present day. You will discover the wonders of medieval stained glass and learn how East meets West in a Byzantine icon. You will be introduced to the splendours of Baroque architecture and be taken on a tour of a specta ...
 
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The Farthest Reaches

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The Farthest Reaches

The Farthest Reaches Podcast

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Ever had a strange experience you couldn't explain? You're not alone. From the paranormal and supernatural, to conspiracies and folklore, let us be your guides on this expedition into the farthest reaches of the unknown! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-farthest-reaches/support
 
Join us as we explore history through the eyes of sisterhood. History often tells us that behind every great man is a strong woman. We see things a little differently. We think beside every strong woman is another strong woman, supporting her, influencing her, challenging her, hating or loving her. ​ We look into all of the rivalries, collaborations, frenemies and friendships that make up sisterhood. We hope you enjoy.
 
The podcast that takes archaeology exactly as seriously as it deserves. Two real professors of archaeology and one guy from a fake institution discuss cutting edge archaeological discoveries at a high professional level using technical knowledge and stuff. A scholarly podcast for the discerning listener, it’s handmade, artisanal, and bespoke! Critics say, “A cheeky and irreverent take,” and “the good kind of shenanigans.” Other critics say, “damaging to archaeology,” and “deeply discreditabl ...
 
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A somewhat inaccurate map of the Empire in 1173 AD We look around the Roman provinces in Anatolia to review their defensive situation and the lifestyle of its people. We also briefly talk about Turkic people who lived in Byzantium. Period: 1070-1180 Stream: Life in Byzantine Anatolia Download: Life in Byzantine Anatolia RSS Feed: The History of Byz…
 
A conversation with Dan Caner (Indiana University) about the different kinds of charitable giving in early Byzantium. We talk about the pre-Christian background, the role of institutions, and views about wealth. Was giving primarily good for the soul of the giver, and under what conditions, or for the material assistance of the needy? How could one…
 
This week the Senate passed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 using the process known as budget reconciliation. The upside? No filibuster is allowed. You only need a majority to approve a reconciliation bill. And the downside? There are strict rules about what can be included. On the last episode of Playbook Deep Dive, Eric Ueland and Greg D’Ange…
 
Blockchains are basically peer to peer networks of nodes. The chain progresses when majority of the nodes or peers agree on the state of the blockchain and the validity of the next block. What happens when these nodes don’t agree or when they misbehave? In a network of nodes, there could be a situation that some of the nodes are either offline, or …
 
Byzantine is a new edgy Hip Hop group from Baltimore and Philadelphia whose music represents a light in a dark period. Adopting monikers of Saints of the Byzantine Era, these masterful artists use cautionary tales, songs of hope and good vibes paired with grit from the streets to offer a refreshing aura to the world of Hip Hop. The four artists who…
 
“In every man’s memories there are such things as he will reveal not to everyone, but perhaps only to friends. There are also such as he will reveal not even to friends, but only to himself, and that in secret. Then, finally, there are such as a man is afraid to reveal even to himself, and every decent man will have accumulated quite a few things o…
 
It is important to listen to people who are Self-Employed, Musicians, Writers and Recording Artists because their success depends on Clients, Fans and Readers. Have you visited the LHMPR Radio Podcast Blog lately? If not please go here www.ywpnnn.com Make sure you support Authors, Musicians, Recording Artists and People who are Self-Employed. --- T…
 
"Brothers in both the flesh and the spirit, they were both zealous Christians, and stonemasons by craft. They lived in Illyria. Some pagan prince set them to build a pagan temple. It happened during the course of their work that a fragment of stone splintered off and flew into the eye of the pagan priest's son, who was watching the building work wi…
 
Just how did the Great Charlemagne turn into the Holy Roman Empire? This episode covers the events and details of the Eastern Frankish Kingdom, and its path to one that is Holy, Roman, and Imperial. The History of Modern Greece Podcast covers the events of the Greek People from the fall of Constantinople in 1453 to the Greek War of Independence in …
 
Manuscript fragments, the lone survivors of medieval books which have been dismembered or destroyed, can be found in collections all over the world, and it takes some serious detective work to bring them back together. This week, Danièle speaks with Dr. Lisa Fagin Davis about how fragments are tracked down and reassembled, and what we can learn fro…
 
Learn More About Keez MC via LHMPR Radio Podcast Show Blog here Keez was raised in Harlem but lived in the Bronx. Keez MC got approved to distribute "The Best of Keez MC" through AWAL which is owned by Kobalt Music Group, via a collaboration venture with LHMPR Radio Music Distribution. Keez MC started collaborating with Host Yvonne Wilcox and LB Ma…
 
This week Fr. Michael and Mother Natalia do a "reaction audio" of the canon for the Dormition of the Theotokos. They talk about the links back to the stories of the Old Testament, the paradox of Christian life that's talked about in the canon, and the overall beauty of the prayers. Live Episode: We're excited to announce a live episode next Wednesd…
 
He was a priest in Achaia. In the time of the Emperor Decius, when Antipater was governor of Achaia, the persecutors entered the church on the Feast of the Nativity, dragged Myron away from the service and put him to torture. He endured many horrible tortures, but would not worship the idols. Finally he was thrown to wild beasts. When Antipater saw…
 
On the Cross, the Lord charged the Apostle John to care for His holy Mother. The Apostle settled her in a house in Jerusalem, where she lived for the rest of her days on earth, praying and offering counsel and encouragement to the Apostles. In her old age, the Archangel Gabriel appeared to her and told her that in three days' time she would enter i…
 
He was born to an eminent family in Cyprus, and was well-educated. He was married and had children, but when his wife died he left his family to live as a monk in Syria. There he became known and loved for his learning, humility and kindness to all, and the people of Apamea chose him as their bishop. As bishop, he worked with evangelical fervor to …
 
I told Liz to apply to jobs instead of waiting around. She did, then got a lot of job offers. Cam talks about his trips to and out of Oregon state and his state of mind. Jules talks about popcorn and Bible Sword drills but mainly...... Don't do Drugs kids!!!! Right after this was recorded I heard a story about two people who took mushrooms in the m…
 
He was the pagan jailkeeper who guarded St Laurence (see August 10); seeing his prisoner's holiness and the wonders wrought by him, Hippolytus was convinced of the truth of the Faith and became a Christian. When St Laurence baptized him, he was granted a vision of heaven and said 'I see innocent souls in great joy.' He took Laurence into his own ho…
 
Amy and Richard talk to Brown University’s Susan Ashbrook Harvey about her work, including liturgical aesthetics in late antiquity, and how St. Ephraim the Syrian’s choirs of women in fourth century Edessa might be helpful models for us today.Show Notes:Extract from Jacob of Serug’s Homily on St. Ephraim the Syrian [Hyperlink to the pdf which is at…
 
These holy martyrs suffered victoriously in the year 305 (Prologue) or 288 (Great Horologion), during the reign of Diocletian, who visited Nicomedia to stir up a persecution of Christians there. Anicetas, one of the city governors, presented himself before the Emperor, boldly confessed his Christian faith, and denounced the worship of the idols. An…
 
He was a deacon from Catania in Sicily during the reign of Diocletian. During a persecution of Christians there, Euplus presented himself to the governor and proclaimed himself a Christian. While he was being tortured on the rack, the governor ordered him to worship Mars, Apollos, and Aeculapius, but he answered that he worshipped the Father, the S…
 
Sviatoslav is a Slavic Name, he wore Slavic Clothing… but he was a Viking. The Viking Origin story concludes with the Viking King of the Slavic Nation facing off against the Roman Empire in a final showdown that will result in one of them being turned into a drinking cup. The History of Modern Greece Podcast covers the events of the Greek People fr…
 
We take a look around the parts of Anatolia which were controlled by Turkic peoples between 1080 and 1180 AD. We don’t have a huge amount of written sources to draw on but hopefully there’s enough information available to give you a better picture of what’s been happening there. We also discuss the two different groups of Turkic peoples in Anatolia…
 
We take a look around the parts of Anatolia which were controlled by Turkic peoples between 1080 and 1180 AD. We don’t have a huge amount of written sources to draw on but hopefully there’s enough information available to give you a better picture of what’s been happening there. We also discuss the two different groups of Turkic peoples in Anatolia…
 
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