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Athens v Sparta: The History of the Peloponnesian War

It is not without due cause that historians and scholars have attempted to understand and retell Thucydides’ story of the Peloponnesian War, without pause, since it was first written. Athens v. Sparta now joins that tradition, infusing the classic narrative of the Peloponnesian War with a take that is vibrant, modern, and above all, musical. Led by a veteran of the San Antonio and Austin indie music scene, Charlie Roadman, Athens v. Sparta was inspired by Thucydides and his successor Xenophon (who took up the history upon Thucydides’ death) to create a new version, capturing the gravity of the ancient narrative within the approachable framework of well-crafted latter-day musical sensibilities. The result is a vivid, fascinating, occasionally humorous, and often surprising fusion, which achieves its aim well: to present the fullness of the war, its circumstances and consequences, to ears not yet attuned to the niceties and nuances of ancient history. The CD educates and entertains. It is ideal for garnering the interest of students new to Greece and the classical world.


Carmina Popularia : Well-known Songs in Latin CD Download

Treat your ears, your soul, and your students to the beautiful, clear Latin vocals of C. C. Couch and the amazing, new musical arrangements of Teddy Irwin.


Cicero's First Catilinarian Oration Digital Tutor

This innovative MP4 download contains commentaries and digital manuscripts designed for viewing with QuickTime (Mac or PC) or any handheld media player capable of playing MP4 files. Over five hours of video lectures illustrate how to translate very sentence of Cicero's In Catilinam I without actually translating the sentence.


Conversational Latin for Oral Proficiency

The Audio Conversations download is the perfect companion for John Traupman's Conversational Latin for Oral Proficiency. The recordings bring the printed dialogs to life and give students experienced guides for accurate pronunciation of Latin. The conversations are easy to follow and engaging for students of all abilities. Topics range from family life to troubles with cars, all in good Roman idiom.

The reading was organized and supervised by Mark Miner.

(can be used with both the 3rd and 4th editions)



The Death and Resurrection of Gods

In this audio program from the Bolchazy-Carducci archives, Dr. Bolchazy reflects upon the origins of the concept of the death and resurrection of a god. This program also discusses the roots of the concept of baptism, specifically in relation to the various mystery religions that existed within the ancient Mediterranean world. In this context, the story of the theology of the Dionysiac mysteries is told. We also discuss the unique theological aspects of Christianity, particularly its concept of resurrection rather than deification. Join us as we discover the fragments of ancient Greek religion that lie within the modern Judeo-Christian religious experience.


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