[TTC Video] Gregory S. Aldrete - History of the Ancient World

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[TTC Video] Gregory S. Aldrete - History of the Ancient World


Even though you might never stop to think about it, the ancient world and the civilizations it produced are with you in almost everything you do. The ancient world has influenced our customs and religious beliefs, our laws, and the form of our governments. It has taught us when and how we make war or pursue peace. It has shaped the buildings we live and work in and the art we hang on our walls. It has given us the calendar that organizes our year and has left its mark on the games we play.

And even though each day finds you, in ways almost too numerous to mention, paying tribute to this ancient past, it is too often without an awareness that you are even doing so.

In what ways were these civilizations different from each other and from our own?
How were they similar?
What part did they play in making us what we have now become, so many centuries later?
These and other questions of that ancient past and its great civilizations—which helped set the stage for the world you live in today—are still relevant to almost everything you do and everything you are. And understanding these lessons helps you to better understand yourself—why you think and act as you do—as well as the effects of those same forces on the people you interact with. Grasping the full scope of your bequest from the ancient world can't help but give you a more nuanced base from which to make decisions and choose pathways in your own life.

The 48 lectures of History of the Ancient World: A Global Perspective represent a fresh and innovative way to look at history. They take you on a multidisciplinary journey that ranges across not only the traditional domains of politics and war that are normally the province of history courses, but also those of religion, philosophy, architecture and the visual arts, literature, and science and technology, to name but a few.

The course, delivered by Professor Gregory S. Aldrete of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay—a brilliant lecturer/scholar whose areas of expertise include classical history, archaeology, and philology—examines the ancient world's greatest civilizations from the Mediterranean, Asia, and the Americas—including those of Rome, Greece, China, Persia, India, and the Maya—not in isolation but in the full context of where they came from, the cultures that flourished around them at the same time, and the civilizations that were to come from them.


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[TTC Video] Gregory S. Aldrete - History of the Ancient World
  • 02. From Out of the Mesopotamian Mud.mp4 (908.6 MB)
  • 01. Cities, Civilizations, and Sources.mp4 (877.5 MB)
  • 03. Cultures of the Ancient Near East.mp4 (782.9 MB)
  • 04. Ancient Egypt. The Gift of the Nile.mp4 (797.8 MB)
  • 05. Pharaohs, Tombs, and Gods.mp4 (778.5 MB)
  • 06. The Lost Civilization of the Indus Valley.mp4 (810.3 MB)
  • 07. The Vedic Age of Ancient India.mp4 (810.9 MB)
  • 08. Mystery Cultures of Early Greece.mp4 (803.4 MB)
  • 09. Homer and Indian Poetry.mp4 (807.4 MB)
  • 10. Athens and Experiments in Democracy.mp4 (845.8 MB)
  • 11. Hoplite Warfare and Sparta.mp4 (837.2 MB)
  • 12. Civilization Dawns in China. Shang and Zhou.mp4 (792.8 MB)
  • 13. Confucius and the Greek Philosophers.mp4 (851.6 MB)
  • 14. Mystics, Buddhists, and Zoroastrians.mp4 (876.7 MB)
  • 15. Persians and Greeks.mp4 (790.3 MB)
  • 16. Greek Art and Architecture.mp4 (806.7 MB)
  • 17. Greek Tragedy and the Sophists.mp4 (817.7 MB)
  • 18. The Peloponnesian War and the Trial of Socrates.mp4 (790.3 MB)
  • 19. Philip of Macedon. Architect of Empire.mp4 (754.2 MB)
  • 20. Alexander the Great Goes East.mp4 (800.1 MB)
  • 21. Unifiers of India. Chandragupta and Asoka.mp4 (800.8 MB)
  • 22. Shi Huangdi. First Emperor of China.mp4 (878.9 MB)
  • 23. Earliest Historians of Greece and China.mp4 (822.1 MB)
  • 24. The Hellenistic World.mp4 (829.8 MB)
  • 25. The Great Empire of the Han Dynasty.mp4 (804.1 MB)
  • 26. People of the Toga. Etruscans, Early Rome.mp4 (830.5 MB)
  • 27. The Crucible. Punic Wars, Roman Imperialism.mp4 (830.6 MB)
  • 28. The Death of the Roman Republic.mp4 (811.2 MB)
  • 29. Augustus. Creator of the Roman Empire.mp4 (827.0 MB)
  • 30. Roman Emperors. Good, Bad, and Crazy.mp4 (758.6 MB)
  • 31. Han and Roman Empires Compared. Geography.mp4 (789.0 MB)
  • 32. Han and Roman Empires Compared. Government.mp4 (801.0 MB)
  • 33. Han and Roman Empires Compared. Problems.mp4 (775.1 MB)
  • 34. Early Americas. Resources and Olmecs.mp4 (788.0 MB)
  • 35. Pots and Pyramids. Moche and Teotihuacan.mp4 (861.3 MB)
  • 36. Blood and Corn. Mayan Civilization.mp4 (852.8 MB)
  • 37. Hunter-Gatherers and Polynesians.mp4 (794.4 MB)
  • 38. The Art and Architecture of Power.mp4 (776.7 MB)
  • 39. Comparative Armies. Rome, China, Maya.mp4 (761.4 MB)
  • 40. Later Roman Empire. Crisis and Christianity.mp4 (823.4 MB)
  • 41. The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.mp4 (759.8 MB)
  • 42. The Byzantine Empire and the Legacy of Rome.mp4 (758.1 MB)
  • 43. China from Chaos to Order under the Tang.mp4 (738.2 MB)
  • 44. The Golden Age of Tang Culture.mp4 (806.0 MB)
  • 45. The Rise and Flourishing of Islam.mp4 (807.2 MB)
  • 46. Holy Men and Women. Monasticism and Saints.mp4 (727.6 MB)
  • 47. Charlemagne. Father of Europe.mp4 (730.0 MB)
  • 48. Endings, Beginnings, What Does It All Mean.mp4 (735.0 MB)
  • Gregory S. Aldrete - History of the Ancient World. A Global Perspective (Course Guidebook).pdf (4.5 MB)
  • History of Ancient Civilizations Egypt, Greece, and India The Great Courses Plus.URL (0.3 KB)
  • MediaInfo.txt (128.0 KB)

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