A.D. History Podcast
Despite an infamous reputation, Rome's policy towards Christianity was never consistent, with many ambiguous turns painting a muddy picture.
In our "What We Missed," we take our first steps exploring the Gupta Empire. As well as discussing the Mayan Civilization's Classical Period.
Diocletian’s reforms ending Rome’s Crisis of the Third Century are greatest in how he changed Rome’s military, and new army of bureaucrats.
Diocletian set out not to merely end Rome's third century crisis, his reforms aimed to recreate the Roman Empire into his idealized vision.
The men who followed Aurelian before Diocletian arrives barely kept Rome's ship afloat, and only continued the Crisis of the Third Century.
Emperor Aurelian is best known for his success reuniting the Roman Empire. But how did he do it, when all others who tried failed?
How historically accurate is the 2017 comedy “The Death of Stalin”? As funny as the film is, it plays fast and loose with it’s history.
For a so-called Gallic Empire splitting from Rome, it's still very Roman. Also, the Palmyrene Empire is also trying to split from Rome itself.
A special guest dives into how the ancient Roman economy worked, and what lead to it's near collapse in the Crisis of the Third Century.
One of the Korean Three Kingdoms stands up to Cao Wei, and we take a much closer look as to who the Sassanids were as a civilization.