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Podcast of “Anarchy, Rivalry, and the Beginnings of the Roman Empire” by Dr. Michael Fronda

Posted by Daniel Sauerwein on September 21, 2009

Dr. Bill Caraher at the University of North Dakota has made available a podcast of the lecture of his friend Dr. Michael Fronda of McGill University, which was held at UND on Thursday, September 17, 2009. Dr. Fronda’s lecture was titled “Anarchy, Rivalry, and the Beginnings of the Roman Empire” and was very well-attended and quite good. Click here to download and listen to the lecture.

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