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Robert Strassler’s “Herodotus and the Invention of History” discussion for Marathon2500

Robert Strassler, independent scholar, gave a wonderful discussion with moderator Professor Paul Cartledge, chairman of Marathon2500, on the topic of “Herodotus and the Invention of History.” You can listen to on the web or download the podcast he… Continue reading

30. May 2011 by Phil Terry
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Dr. Paul Cartledge call – audio recording

Here’s the audio recording for special Dr. Paul Cartledge call in early June. Listen online or download the mp3 file and listen to it as a podcast on your ipod. Download Dr-Paul-Cartledge-June2008.mp3 Continue reading

05. June 2008 by Arrian
Categories: Classics-General, Herodotus, Lecture, Lecture, Thucydides | Tags: , | 1 comment

Great call with Prof. Marincola

Folks, As many of you know, we had a great call with the editor of the Penguin edition of Herodotus, Prof. John Marincola. He spoke 1.5 hours on the phone with us discussing the book, answering questions and explaining why he believes it’s importa… Continue reading

02. September 2005 by readingodysseyauthor
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Prof. Marincola speaks

Prof. Marincola, editor of the Penguin Edition of Herodotus which we are finishing reading, joined us by phone tonight from his offices at Florida State University. It’s a great conversation – if you missed it, then listen to the recording here. D… Continue reading

30. August 2005 by readingodysseyauthor
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