Wittenberg to Westphalia
Marco Capelli stops by to discuss all things early medieval Italian. Yard sales, silly wars, and what the heck ever happened top the senate anyway? Marco Capelli is the brilliant host of Storia d'Italia - a podcast telling the story of the History of
In this episode we learn why having rules governing elections is good, by looking at a series of elections without them. Check out Gregg's podcast: https://www.popeularhistory.com/My website: https://wittenbergtowestphaliapodcast.weebly.com/ Hosted on Aca
In this episode we examine the secular institutions of the Roman government and discuss how they helped the popes run the city. Please donate to my Go Fund Mehttps://gofund.me/59fe7277 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today we learn the important lesson that cohost Duncan has never been fed in his entire life. Also, we learn about the geography, economy, and civil administration of Rome in the middle ages. Andrew learns about the importance of friendship.Grand Dukes of
You all rule, thanks so much for your patience and support. In todays episode we look at the rise of the papacy in the early middle ages and the importance of the city of Rome in that rise. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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To tide everyone over and to observe the podiversiary, here is the audio of my presentation at Intelligent Speech from June. It is about explosions! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
An update on what is happening and why, in semi real time. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode we look at the first two emperors of the Salian dynasty. What did these rulers of the German Roman Empire do that could have led to the disasters to come? Well, not much. Sorry. Spoilers? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inf
In today's very inconvenient episode I speed run the Ottonian dynasty from Henry I to Henry II. Confused as to why they are called the Ottonians? You will have to listen to understand! Also reappearing for special cameos: Adelheid! Spoleto! Andrew! Thousa