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Money in Ancient Rome

Republic, Senate, Dictator, we all know what these terms do mean. And we tend to transfer the modern interpretation to Ancient Rome. Nevertheless, then politics was completely different. What it did look like, you will learn in this series.

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Rome, 315 AD

Released on 26. Apr. 2018

The Battle of the Milvian Bridge changed our world. The christogram is wedded to this event. Constantine made it the symbol of his victory. This podcast is dedicated to the first use of the Chi-Rho on a coin.

9_Konstantin_en.mp4

Filetype: mp4 | Filesize: 56.6 MB

Rome, AD 215

Released on 14. Mar. 2018

Do you know, what Asklepios the Greek god of healing has to do with a football? Nothing at all. Nevertheless you will find a ball next to his foot on coins. The reason for it you will get to know in this podcast.

23_Rom_215_en.mp4

Filetype: mp4 | Filesize: 158.3 MB

Marriage in Classical Rome

Released on 01. Feb. 2018

Marriage in Rome was originally based on custom and tradition and the political system scarcely affected the nature of marriage. Only on the change from the republic to the empire did interference in private life become clearly detectable.

22_Ehe_im_antiken_Rom_en.pdf

Filetype: pdf | Filesize: 218 KB

Money in the New Testament

Released on 18. Dec. 2017

This DVD deals with the Christian religion and examines the question of what the New Testament has to say about money and the right way to handle it. In the scriptures there are more answers than you might think.

21_money_in_the_new_testament.mp4

Filetype: mp4 | Filesize: 186.8 MB

Ravenna, AD 425

Released on 08. Nov. 2017

She was a stunner this Galla Placidia. Daughter of an emperor, hostage and widow of a Gothic king, widow of an emperor, mother and regent of an emperor and always in the middle of politics.

21_Ravenna_en.mp4

Filetype: mp4 | Filesize: 150.2 MB

Rome, 65 AD

Released on 27. Sep. 2017

Nero was quite a popular emperor in his day. And when he received the brother of the Parthian king, the whole of Rome had a celebration.

19_Nero_en.m4v

Filetype: x-m4 | Filesize: 118.7 MB

A Journey in Pictures: Christianity Conquers Rome

Released on 17. Aug. 2017

It was a long way until the old deities were finally replaced by Christian Trinity in the Roman Empire. The images on coins testify to this change of religion being a difficult one.

18_Religion_Christianity_en.pdf

Filetype: pdf | Filesize: 1.9 MB

A Journey in Pictures through the Mystery Religions

Released on 05. Jul. 2017

Isis, Osiris, Mithras and Cybele – they all were venerated in a way that bears strong resemblance to Christianity. What was the difference of these cults from the traditional kinds of religion in the ancient world?

17_Religion_Mysteries_en.pdf

Filetype: pdf | Filesize: 3.4 MB

A Journey in Pictures through Roman Religion

Released on 22. May. 2017

The magical belief of a people of plain peasants constitutes the cornerstone of Roman religion. As the Roman Empire expanded, so did the Roman pantheon as we can deduce from the designs of the Roman coins.

16_Religion_Rome_en.pdf

Filetype: pdf | Filesize: 1.3 MB

Egypt, 130 AD

Released on 12. Apr. 2017

Hadrian (117–138) was a very special emperor. His voyages made Rome a cosmopolitan Empire. One of them brought Hadrian to Egypt. Our podcast reports about this trip.

5_Hadrian_en.mp4

Filetype: mp4 | Filesize: 64.3 MB

Bars

Released on 27. Feb. 2017

Long before man paid with coins he used standardized objects as money. Merchants preferred metal: gold, silver, copper, bronze all over the world through the ages.

30_Barren_en.mp4

Filetype: mp4 | Filesize: 65.6 MB

Ticinum–Pavia, AD 295

Released on 17. Jan. 2017

How do you reign an empire without being equipped with telephone and internet? Share the work! Like Diocletian did. He created the tetrarchy and ruled the Roman empire very successfully with a little help of his colleagues.

13_Tetrarchen_en.mp4

Filetype: mp4 | Filesize: 197.2 MB

Rome, AD 37-41

Released on 05. Dec. 2016

Agrippa was no Roman Emperor. Nevertheless we are finding his portrait on a coin. Who was this man? And why had his grandson him pictured on coins.

37_agrippa_en.mp4

Filetype: mp4 | Filesize: 77.8 MB

Philippopolis, AD 218

Released on 24. Oct. 2016

Republic, Senate, Dictator, we all know what these terms do mean. And we tend to transfer the modern interpretation to Ancient Rome. Nevertheless, then politics was completely different. What it did look like, you will learn in this series.

37_Philippopolis_en.mp4

Filetype: mp4 | Filesize: 89.3 MB

Pater Patriae - And where did future emperors take the money from?

Released on 12. Sep. 2016

Republic, Senate, Dictator, we all know what these terms do mean. And we tend to transfer the modern interpretation to Ancient Rome. Nevertheless, then politics was completely different. What it did look like, you will learn in this series.

10_PaterPatriae_rom_Rep7_en.pdf

Filetype: pdf | Filesize: 651 KB

Fight for Succession

Released on 03. Aug. 2016

Republic, Senate, Dictator, we all know what these terms do mean. And we tend to transfer the modern interpretation to Ancient Rome. Nevertheless, then politics was completely different. What it did look like, you will learn in this series.

9_Fight_for_Succession_rom.rep_6.pdf

Filetype: pdf | Filesize: 1.1 MB

Caesar's genial Policy

Released on 22. Jun. 2016

Republic, Senate, Dictator, we all know what these terms do mean. And we tend to transfer the modern interpretation to Ancient Rome. Nevertheless, then politics was completely different. What it did look like, you will learn in this series.

8_Caesars_Policy_rom_rep5_.pdf

Filetype: pdf | Filesize: 1.5 MB

The era of the imperators: A system at its limits

Released on 19. May. 2016

Republic, Senate, Dictator, we all know what these terms do mean. And we tend to transfer the modern interpretation to Ancient Rome. Nevertheless, then politics was completely different. What it did look like, you will learn in this series.

7_Imperatoren_roem_Rep_4_en.pdf

Filetype: pdf | Filesize: 624 KB

The Caecilii Metelli: A textbook example of success

Released on 13. Jan. 2016

Republic, Senate, Dictator, we all know what these terms do mean. And we tend to transfer the modern interpretation to Ancient Rome. Nevertheless, then politics was completely different. What it did look like, you will learn in this series.

6_caeciliimetelli_en.pdf

Filetype: pdf | Filesize: 703 KB

Drive to Power

Released on 07. Dec. 2015

Republic, Senate, Dictator, we all know what these terms do mean. And we tend to transfer the modern interpretation to Ancient Rome. Nevertheless, then politics was completely different. What it did look like, you will learn in this series.

5_drive_to_power.pdf

Filetype: pdf | Filesize: 3.8 MB

War is the Father of all Things

Released on 09. Nov. 2015

Republic, Senate, Dictator, we all know what these terms do mean. And we tend to transfer the modern interpretation to Ancient Rome. Nevertheless, then politics was completely different. What it did look like, you will learn in this series.

4_war_father_of_all_things.pdf

Filetype: pdf | Filesize: 2.2 MB

Roman Career Ladder – Update for Imperators

Released on 14. Oct. 2015

Republic, Senate, Dictator, we all know what these terms do mean. And we tend to transfer the modern interpretation to Ancient Rome. Nevertheless, then politics was completely different. What it did look like, you will learn in this series.

3_Roman_Career_Ladder_for_Imperators.mp4

Filetype: mp4 | Filesize: 16 MB

Roman Career Ladder – Traditional Version

Released on 16. Sep. 2015

Republic, Senate, Dictator, we all know what these terms do mean. And we tend to transfer the modern interpretation to Ancient Rome. Nevertheless, then politics was completely different. What it did look like, you will learn in this series.

2_Roman_Career_Ladder_Traditional.mp4

Filetype: mp4 | Filesize: 16.4 MB

The Roman State and its Money

Released on 18. Aug. 2015

Republic, Senate, Dictator, we all know what these terms do mean. And we tend to transfer the modern interpretation to Ancient Rome. Nevertheless, then politics was completely different. What it did look like, you will learn in this series.

5_roman_state_and_its_money.mp4

Filetype: mp4 | Filesize: 26.9 MB

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