Kenneth Harl - Origins of Great Ancient Civilizations [Audiobook] [Repost]

Kenneth Harl - Origins of Great Ancient Civilizations [Audiobook]
2005 | 6 hours and 2 mins | ISBN: 1598031066 | MP3 32 kbps | 80 MB

Course Lecture Titles
1. Cradles of Civilization
2. First Cities of Sumer
3. Mesopotamian Kings and Scribes
4. Hammurabis Babylon
5. Egypt in the Pyramid Age
6. The Middle Kingdom
7. Imperial Egypt
8. New Peoples of the Bronze Age
9. The Collapse of the Bronze Age
10. From Hebrews to Jews
11. Imperial Assyria
12. The Persian Empire

Kenneth W. Harl is an American scholar, author, classicist and numismatist. He received an undergraduate degree from Trinity College, a PhD from Yale University, and has been Professor of Classical and Byzantine History at Tulane University in New Orleans since 1978.

He taught a number of courses with The Teaching Company: "Great Ancient Civilizations of Asia Minor," "The Era of the Crusades," "Origins of Great Ancient Civilizations," "Peloponnesian War," "World of Byzantium," "Alexander the Great and the Macedonian Empire," "Vikings," 2005, and "Rome and the Barbarians," 2004.

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