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- Author Garrett G. Fagan,The Great Courses
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Great Battles of the Ancient World. For years, The Great Courses has taken you on stirring explorations of our ancient roots. The Joy of Ancient History is an insightful collection of 36 lectures curated from our most popular ancient history courses.
Great Battles of the Ancient World. Guided by our highly rated professors, hopscotch around the world to experience the fascinating variety that ancient history offers: from great heroes and epic battles to lost civilizations and beyond. Set. (Set) History of Ancient Rome & Early Middle Ages.
Dr Great Battles of the Ancient World brings you into the thick of ancient combat in notable battles such as Troy, Gaugamela, and Masada.
Garrett G. Fagan is Professor of Ancient History at The Pennsylvania State University, where he has taught since 1996. He was born in Dublin, Ireland, and educated at Trinity College. Great Battles of the Ancient World brings you into the thick of ancient combat in notable battles such as Troy, Gaugamela, and Masada. Examine the experience of the American Civil War, from the front lines of battle to the home fronts of the Union and the Confederacy, in American Civil War.
Fagan was born in Dublin, Ireland and studied ancient history at Trinity .
Fagan was born in Dublin, Ireland and studied ancient history at Trinity College. He obtained a PhD from McMaster University, Canada. Fagan's first book Bathing in Public in the Roman World (1999) was published by the University of Michigan Press His book The Lure of the Arena (2011) was described by Kyle Gervais as an "innovative and insightful volume.
Two-book set of Great Battles of the Ancient Wo. .Fagan here gives us twenty four lectures concerning great battles in the ancient world and largely focuses on the classical period and the ancient near east. These are fascinating teachings for those who love history. The beginning of the series looked at the Ancient Near East and the Egyptians.
Professor Fagan presents contending theories without losing sight of the grim realities of war, and the many millions who have died on the battlefields. The series gets back on course when Dr. Fagan turns to the Romans, and it is here the lecturer's enthusiasm for his subject clearly comes through. We owe it to them," he concludes, "and to the thousands who continue to perish in our planet's wars, to understand as fully as possible what it was that killed them. As a result, the Roman campaigns and personalities (as presented) are competently covered and, given the time constraints, it was an admirable effort.
Narrated by: Garrett G. Fagan. Series: The Great Courses: Ancient History. Length: 12 hrs and 13 mins. By: Garrett G. Fagan, The Great Courses. Categories: History, Military. Narrated by: Garrett G. Length: 17 hrs and 38 mins.
And what were the crucial factors that could turn the tide of battle, giving one side victory and consigning the other to slaughter, capture, or, at best, escape to fight another day? A professor of classics and history at The Pennsylvania State University and the teacher of our immensely popular course, The History of Ancient Rome, Dr. Fagan has devoted extensive study to ancient warfare.
Alexander the Great: Arguably the greatest general ever, Alexander was heir to the tactical innovations of his . Professor Garrett G. Fagan addresses the importance of studying battles and surveys the changing scholarly approach to the subject since the 19th century
Alexander the Great: Arguably the greatest general ever, Alexander was heir to the tactical innovations of his father, Philip II of Macedon, who, in turn, had learned new battle techniques from Epaminondas of Thebes. Alexander's stunning victories are marked by his maximally efficient use of military tools. Fagan addresses the importance of studying battles and surveys the changing scholarly approach to the subject since the 19th century. He concludes by looking at different definitions of warfare, particularly the "operational" and st" models.
In those great battles, those streams ran red with blood-and the United States was truly born. One of the most powerful and influential Empires of the Ancient world, the Roman Empire, is explored in The Great Courses' The History of Ancient Rome. Spectacularly great history. By Johnny Midnight on 19-06-14. This historical audiobook is skillfully narrated by Professor Garrett G. Fagan, who takes listeners through the major events and noteworthy figures, as well as a cultural exploration of this vast and resilient Empire.
Course Lecture Titles 1. Why Study Battles? What Is War? . Forget Hollywood's portrayal of violence and mayhem in ancient warfare and find out what the ancient battles were really like. Why Study Battles? What Is War? 2. The Problem of Warfare's Origins 3. Sumer, Akkad, and Early Mesopotamian Warfare 4. Egyptian Warfare.