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Classical Mythology Podcast

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History
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LearnOutLoud.com is pleased to presen the Classical Mythology podcast. With this series we will investigate the characters and events that formed bedrock of belief in the ancient western world. Whether you are interested in a certain Divinity or a particular story, this podcast is a must for all students of myth.

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LearnOutLoud.com is pleased to presen the Classical Mythology podcast. With this series we will investigate the characters and events that formed bedrock of belief in the ancient western world. Whether you are interested in a certain Divinity or a particular story, this podcast is a must for all students of myth.

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Drives me crazy....

By asdfghjkl;;’’’'' - Nov 21 2012
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This is great: very informational. However, it gets confusing because these guys don't know how to properly pronounce the names of many people and things. Here are a few: Delphi: DELL-FEE; not DELLF-EYE Gaea: GUY-AH; not G-UH Hera: HAIR-UH; not HERE-UH Oceanus: O-SHION-US; not O-C-ION-US Aegis: AY-GUS; not AY-JUS maybe because they're British.... Too bad. LEARN YOUR NAMES, PEOPLE!

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By manticoremanticore - Jun 20 2008
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I was getting into this podcast and the interesting tidbits just poured out but where'd it go?

iTunes Ratings

31 Ratings
Average Ratings
9
8
7
3
4

Drives me crazy....

By asdfghjkl;;’’’'' - Nov 21 2012
Read more
This is great: very informational. However, it gets confusing because these guys don't know how to properly pronounce the names of many people and things. Here are a few: Delphi: DELL-FEE; not DELLF-EYE Gaea: GUY-AH; not G-UH Hera: HAIR-UH; not HERE-UH Oceanus: O-SHION-US; not O-C-ION-US Aegis: AY-GUS; not AY-JUS maybe because they're British.... Too bad. LEARN YOUR NAMES, PEOPLE!

And?

By manticoremanticore - Jun 20 2008
Read more
I was getting into this podcast and the interesting tidbits just poured out but where'd it go?

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Classical Mythology Podcast

Updated 5 days ago

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LearnOutLoud.com is pleased to presen the Classical Mythology podcast. With this series we will investigate the characters and events that formed bedrock of belief in the ancient western world. Whether you are interested in a certain Divinity or a particular story, this podcast is a must for all students of myth.

Rank #1: Poseidon (Neptune)

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A biographical essay of Poseidon (Neptune). For more audio you can learn from, please visit www.learnoutloud.com

May 23 2008

8mins

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Rank #2: Aphrodite (Venus)

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A biographical essay of Aphrodite (Venus). For more audio you can learn from, please visit www.learnoutloud.com

Nov 08 2008

7mins

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Rank #3: Artemis (Diana)

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A biographical essay of Artemis (Diana). For more audio you can learn from, please visit www.learnoutloud.com

Jan 20 2009

10mins

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Rank #4: Apollo

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A biographical essay of Apollo. For more audio you can learn from, please visit www.learnoutloud.com

Aug 05 2008

15mins

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Rank #5: Athena (Minerva)

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A biographical essay of Athena (Minerva). For more audio you can learn from, please visit www.learnoutloud.com

Sep 10 2008

12mins

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Rank #6: Hera (Juno)

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A biographical essay of Hera (Juno). For more audio you can learn from, please visit www.learnoutloud.com

May 09 2008

7mins

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Rank #7: Ares (Mars)

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A biographical essay of Ares (Mars). For more audio you can learn from, please visit www.learnoutloud.com

Oct 08 2008

6mins

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Rank #8: Demeter (Ceres)

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A biographical essay of Demeter (Ceres). For more audio you can learn from, please visit www.learnoutloud.com

Jun 20 2008

9mins

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Rank #9: Hephaestus (Vulcan)

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A biographical essay of Hephaestus (Vulcan). For more audio you can learn from, please visit www.learnoutloud.com

Dec 10 2008

6mins

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Rank #10: Ancient Greek Drama

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In this lecture professor Peter Meineck introduces Ancient Greek drama and explains why he feels it is still so popular and powerful today. He briefly discusses the plays of the four major Greek playwrights Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, and Aristophanes.

Jan 22 2011

36mins

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