Artaxerxes

TTC Video - The Persian Empire [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by IrGens at March 7, 2015
TTC Video - The Persian Empire [Repost]

TTC Video - The Persian Empire
Course No. 3117 | .M4V, AVC, 1500 kbps, 640x480 | English, AAC, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 24x30 mins | + PDF Guidebook | 8.21 GB
Lecturer: Professor John W. Lee Ph.D.

I tre centurioni / Three Swords for Rome (1964)  Video

Posted by fekmax at Jan. 14, 2015
I tre centurioni / Three Swords for Rome (1964)

I tre centurioni / Three Swords for Rome (1964)
Italian | TVRip | AVI | XviD, 2094 Kbps | 720x400 | 25.000 fps | 1.48 GB
Audio: MP3, 192 Kbps | 2 channels | 48.0 KHz | Runtime: 01:32:21 minutes | Subtitle: English, Italian (srt)
Genre: Adventure | Drama | History

During the reign of the emperor Elagabalus, the commander of the Roman legions in Asia, Marcus Gaius, is forced for economic reasons to dismiss the mercenaries. Three dismissed centurions, Fabius, Maximus, and Julius take refuge in the city of Messe, where Adakir is king and whose second wife Siride plans to occupy the throne in place of the legitimate heir, the princess Elena.
Various Artists - The Super Audio Collection Volume 5 (2011) [Linn 24-96]

Various Artists - The Super Audio Collection Volume 5 (2011)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 63:56 minutes | 1,23 GB
Official Digital Download - Source: LinnRecords.com | Covers & Digital Booklet

Linn Records' fifth volume in its popular sampler series features an opulent selection of tracks from its catalogue of award-winning artists. ‘The Super Audio Collection Volume 5' is a stunning new collection of Hi-Fi demonstration quality tracks chosen from the bestselling albums of 2010-11.

TTC Video - The Persian Empire  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by groovebeat at June 10, 2013
TTC Video - The Persian Empire

TTC Video - The Persian Empire
DVD-Rip | MP4 | H.264 @ 1.3 Mbit/s | 640x480 | AAC Stereo @ 128 Kbit/s 44 KHz | 12 Hours | 8.2 GB
Genre: History | Language: English

The Persian Empire is your opportunity to see one of the greatest empires in the ancient world from a fresh new perspective: its own. Over the span of 24 fascinating lectures, Professor John W. I. Lee of the University of California, Santa Barbara—a distinguished teacher and an expert on the long-buried secrets of the ancient world—takes the role of a history detective and examines Persian sources to reveal what we now know about this grand civilization.
The Origins of the 'Second' Temple: Persian Imperial Policy and the Rebuilding of Jerusalem (Bibleworld) (repost)

Diana Edelman, "The Origins of the 'Second' Temple: Persian Imperial Policy and the Rebuilding of Jerusalem (Bibleworld)"
English | 2006 | ISBN: 1845530179 | PDF | 440 pages | 4.5 MB

Darius I, King of Persia, claims to have accomplished many deeds in the early years of his reign, but was one of them the rebuilding of the temple in Jerusalem? The editor who added the date to the books of Haggai and Zechariah thought so, and the author of Ezra 1-6 then relied on his dates when writing his account of the rebuilding process.

The Persian Empire  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by robin-bobin at March 10, 2012
The Persian Empire

The Persian Empire: Taught By Professor John W. I. Lee, Ph.D.,
Cornell University, University of California, Santa Barbara Course No. 3117
Publisher: The Great Courses 2012 | ISBN n/a | Language English | Audio CD in MP3 + Course Guidebook + Starter Materials | 24 Lectures ~ 30 minutes / lecture | 530 MB

What do we know about the Persian Empire? For most of the past 2,500 years, we've heard about it from the ancient Greek perspective: a decadent civilization run by despots, the villains who lost the Battle of Marathon and supplied the fodder for bad guys in literature and film. But is this image really accurate?…
La Tempestad, Olalla Aleman, Xavier Sabata - Sopranos y Castrati en el Londres de Farinelli 'Caro dardo' (2008)

La Tempestad, Olalla Alemán, Xavier Sabata - Sopranos y Castrati en el Londres de Farinelli 'Caro dardo' (2008)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 315 Mb | Total time: 57:57 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Musica Antigua Aranjuez | # MAA 006 | Recorded: 2007

La Tempestad se ha presentado al público en Festivales como los de Aranjuez, Cádiz, Sevilla, Marbella, Murcia, Santillana del Mar, Valladolid, Almería, Daroca, Zaragoza, etc. Sus miembros, formados en importantes conservatorios europeos (Toulouse, Viena, Amsterdam, La Haya), han formado parte de Al Ayre Español, La Real Cámara, El Concierto Español, Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra of the XVIII Century, European Union Baroque Orchestra, La Stravaganza, Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla, etc., con quienes han actuado por España, Europa, Israel y China.
Diego Fasolis, Concerto Koln - Leonardo Vinci: Artaserse (2012)

Diego Fasolis, Concerto Köln - Leonardo Vinci: Artaserse (2012)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 0.97 Gb | Total time: 67:26+65:46+54:36 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Virgin | # 5099960286925 | Recorded: 2011

No less than five brilliant countertenors – including Max Emanuel Cencic and Philippe Jaroussky – join conductor Diego Fasolis and Concerto Köln for Artaserse by Leonardo Vinci (1690-1730). In early 18th century Italy, the Neapolitan-born composer was one of the brightest stars in opera, and Artaserse is considered his masterpiece.

Ctesias’ Persica and Its Near Eastern Context  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by readerXXI at July 4, 2017
Ctesias’ Persica and Its Near Eastern Context

Ctesias’ Persica and Its Near Eastern Context
by Matt Waters
English | 2017 | ISBN: 0299310906 | 182 Pages | PDF | 1.75 MB

Hippocrates, Volume I: Ancient Medicine  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by mapusi at April 3, 2015
Hippocrates, Volume I: Ancient Medicine

Hippocrates, Volume I: Ancient Medicine (Loeb Classical Library, No. 147) by Hippocrates
English | Jan 1, 1923 | ISBN: 0674991621 | 432 Pages | PDF | 13 MB

Hippocrates, said to have been born in Cos in or before 460 BCE, learned medicine and philosophy; travelled widely as a medical doctor and teacher; was consulted by King Perdiccas of Macedon and Artaxerxes of Persia; and died perhaps at Larissa. Apparently he rejected superstition in favour of inductive reasoning and the study of real medicine as subject to natural laws, in general and in individual people as patients for treatment by medicines and surgery.