Third Roman emperor from AD 37 to 41
This week Ava, Brayden, and Niamh discuss the differences between Nero, Commodus, and Caligula looking at what they represent in society and how they reflect Apollo's story. Together the team analyzes Trials of Apollo: The Burning Maze, Chapters 17 - 20 through the theme of Ego. Dive In More: Listen to the Burning Maze Playlist: https://spoti.fi/49yuukH Keep up with the Offerings and Votes Off: https://bit.ly/451WJ9j Find Us on Socials: Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok: @ReturnToCamp For more of your Hosts: @brydnstllmn @niamhhsherlock @avapirie Help Fund This Cast: Donate the price of a coffee to keep us going! https://ko-fi.com/returntocamp Buy cool merch at Redbubble: www.redbubble.com/people/onthevergepro/shop Recommendations This Week: Chapelle Roan Credits: Return to Camp Half-Blood is an independent podcast by Brayden Stallman, Niamh Sherlock, and Ava Pirie. Each week these friends from college dive deep into the books of the Percy Jackson universe by Rick Riordan, starting with Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Heroes of Olympus, and now Trials of Apollo. While analyzing each set of chapters, the trio takes an english class approach while diving into how this effects their lives, relates to pop culture, and means about its relationship to literature and the Greek classics. Find out more about this podcast at returntocamp.com Music courtesy of Purple Planet Music: https://www.purple-planet.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/return-to-camp-half-blood/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/return-to-camp-half-blood/support
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Welcome to the latest episode of the Metal Geeks podcast, where the crew takes you on a journey through a diverse array of topics, including reviews and insights into "For All Mankind," "Jaws 2," "Behind the Attraction," "Our Flag Means Death," the Disney short in "Once Upon a Studio," "Killers of the Flower Moon," "Gen V" and "Five Nights at Freddy's," and a look into the Marvel Cinematic Universe with "The Marvels" and "Loki Season 2." But that's not all – buckle up for a thrilling ride as the Metal Geeks crew delves into the immersive world of the "Marvel Spider-Man 2" video game, explores the wonders of "Super Mario Bros. Wonder," and much, much more. We also discuss the nominations for the Video Game Awards. During the George Hates Metal segment, we jam the new On Thorns I Lay, and discuss all of our favorite new music releases including Micky Dolenz, The Beatles' new song, Shylmagoghnar, Gama Bomb, Hinayanan, Aeonian Sorrow, Serenity, Angra, Wayfarer, Sorcerer, Kaunis Kuolematom, Angelus Apatrida, Caligula's Horse, Night Verses and many more. Join us as we navigate through this eclectic mix of Metal and pop culture, providing our unique perspectives and lively discussions on the latest and greatest. Tune in for a podcast episode filled with laughter, insights, and the Metal Geeks' signature enthusiasm for all things geeky and beyond. Don't miss out on the excitement – hit play and join the conversation! Join the Metal Geeks Society today on Facebook and join in on all the geekery! Join us on our website at http://www.metalgeekspodcast.com or http://www.metalgeeks.net to keep up with all the geekery. Email us your opinions and ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on Twitter, @metalgeeks, and @msrcast. You can now find us on Instagram, at @metalgeeks. Find us on Facebook/MetalGeeks. Subscribe to Metal Geeks Podcast on iTunes, please leave a 5-star review on iTunes and like us while you are there. You can also find us on Stitcher as well as on Google Play. We are now also on Spotify, so jam us into your playlist! You can now get some killer Metal Geeks merchandise at redbubble.com/people/metalgeeks including t-shirts and more!
THIS WEEK: Salon Kitty AKA Madam Kitty (1976), All Ladies Do It (1992), Cheeky (2000)We're crankin' our nut knob higher this week and checking out the films of brilliant butt enthusiast and Italian ass-teur, Tinto Brass. Producers may have hacked apart his cut of Caligula, but they can never take away the weird bread scene in Salon Kitty.Donate to Palestinian Medical Aid Support Optimism Vaccine on Patreon
Here it is. The unbills that encrypted language is... You might be able to... if you're gonna make that argument, you might say the author of the revelation is looking back at all these martyrs who were killed by their own people. 00:11 Unknown speaker Yeah, but I'm just saying that the term is prophets in the Gospels. Here it is specifically Christfell. There was a bunch of conflict happening between the year of the Four Emperors, so what I think the number five is, or the number six, you jump from Nero straight to Vespasian, who's number six, the seventh being his son Titus, which gives us... 00:23 Unknown speaker Now this could be a rounding thingy for you. Caligula, besides Nero, is the four... You take the red bill and you stay in Wonderland, and I show you just how deep the radical goes. Remember, all I'm offering is the truth. 00:46 Unknown speaker Nothing more. Got crucified. But the cult that followed him evolved and mythologized in such a manner that they adopted kind of the Dionysian rites and such in their practice of... I'll go ahead and give a bad guy a bad cop classicist answer. 01:14 Unknown speaker It's a title. He also is a title, right? The one that brings that drug or that poison, and not only is Jason... Back. No -ness later on puts those two stories together in what's called the Dionysica. 01:36 Unknown speaker The Dionysica has the whole story from the birth of Zagreus to him getting ripped apart by the main adds to him going down in a Haiti. All of by the same result, inflation. The world of consciousness must now be leveled down in favor of the reality of the unconscious. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tadpole-slamp/support
Artabanus managed to stabilize the empire somewhat but dealt with his fair share of civil wars, his son Vardanes will follow in his father's footsteps on both accounts. Oh, also Caligula will mess up Armenia for us. You can find all the images on our website! https://soyouthinkyoucanrulepersia.wordpress.com/2023/11/05/50-vardanes-i/ Here's the link to our Patreon! www.patreon.com/soyouthinkyoucanrulepersia
7. listopadu si připomeneme 110 let od narození slavného francouzského spisovatele a filozofa Alberta Camuse. Jeho divadelní hru o římském císaři Caligulovi, který je ale na rozdíl od svého historického předobrazu racionálně uvažující člověk, převedla teď do rozhlasové podoby režisérka Natália Deáková. Na stanici Vltava drama Caligula odvysíláme v sobotu.Všechny díly podcastu Mozaika můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.
20 Minutes Into The Future: It’s Halloween In The Fringes! (Recorded on 20 October 2023.) It looks like Heather and Austin have decided to go… trick or treating in The Fringes!? Oh no! This can only lead to a drunken night at Caligula’s, where Heather has taken over the jukebox. Hopefully the good music will … Continue reading 20 Minutes Into The Future: It’s Halloween In The Fringes!
29.) It’s Halloween In The Fringes! (Recorded on 20 October 2023.) It looks like Heather and Austin have decided to go… trick or treating in The Fringes!? Oh no! This can only lead to a drunken night at Caligula’s, where Heather has taken over the jukebox. Hopefully the good music will protect us from Bruegel … Continue reading 29.) It’s Halloween In The Fringes!
20 Minutes Into The Future: It’s Halloween In The Fringes! (Recorded on 20 October 2023.) It looks like Heather and Austin have decided to go… trick or treating in The Fringes!? Oh no! This can only lead to a drunken night at Caligula’s, where Heather has taken over the jukebox. Hopefully the good music will … Continue reading 20 Minutes Into The Future: It’s Halloween In The Fringes!
Juan David Betancurelnarrodororal@gmail.comHabía una vez un joven daltónico que nació en la familia más poderosa y rica de la roma del siglo I, Este joven era hijo de uno de los generales romanos más famosos y queridos. Su padre Germánico era hijo adoptivo del emperador Tiberio. Como General Romano Germánico viajo por toda Europa llevando a su hijo durante sus campañas. El hijo del general Germanico llamado Cayo Julio Cesar era un niño brillante y desde muy pequeño su padre lo llevaba en sus campañas militares y el niño imitando a los soldados siempre insistía en usar uniforme militar con botas y escudo. Los romanos veían con gracia que el niño usara pequeñas caligas como se le llamaba a las botas militares y comenzaron a llamar al niño caligula que significa botitas pequeñas. El nombre se hizo popular entre los militares pero en el circulo de la familia dicho termino estaba prohibido. Cayo Julio Cesar crecio pues dentro de la familia imperial y su padre Germanico siempre fue considerado como el favorito para suceder a su padre adoptivo El emperador Tibero. Pero el destino le tenia a Germanico un trágico final. Después de regresar de sus campañas en el norte de Europa, Germanico fu enviado a Egipto y Siria y allí comenzó a gobernar a nombre del imperio Romano. Desafortunadamente esto atrajo muchas envidias y algunos de los senadores planearon su muerte y se dice que fue envenenado por orden de el asesor del emperador llamado Sejano . Su esposa tomo el cuerpo de Germanico y entrando en Roma con el cadáver y sus hijos recibió grandes honores. Honores que impactaron enormemente al joven Caligula. Paso el tiempo y después de una serie de asesinatos y muertes extrañas el emperador Tiberio acepto a Calígula como su hijo adoptivo proyectándolo como futuro emperador cuando el muriera junto con su primo tiberio Gemelo Siendo joven y brillante la plebe lo adoraba y cuando el anciano emperador Tiberio murió el 16 de marzo del año 37 Caligula que crecio junto a su tio y padre adoptivo Tiberio, aprendiendo las normas del poder absoluto, rápidamente se deshizo de su primo tiberio gemelo y fue proclamado como emperador a los 25 años de edad, para el beneplácito de la ciudad de roma que lo adoraba. Durante los primeros meses gobernó con sabiduría y Roma tuvo un momento glorioso, pero el joven Calígula comenzó a mostrar rasgos demenciales y muchas de sus actuaciones eran fuertemente censuradas a escondidas por algunos de los senadores. Caligula, pese a su daltonismo, se consideraba un hombre perfecto y un Dios. Todos en cambio reconocían que era un ser irascible, caprichoso, derrochador y enfermo Sexual con rasgos de locura. Algunos en el senado comenzaron a planear su asesinato y formaron un grupo de elite entre la guardia pletoriana para que lo asesinaran a la salida del foro romano donde se celebraban los juegos. El plan llego a oídos de caligula y este organizo un plan para deshacerse de los conspiradores. Sabía que los probables asesinos usarian como distintivo una capa roja que los ayudaba a identificarse entre ellos. Caligula reunió a su guardia personal, la instalo a la salida del foro y les dio la orden de que mataran a todos aquellos que salieran con una capa roja. Así se sentó tranquilamente a observar los juegos del foro y cuando se sintió cansado simplemente recogio su capa verde y comenzó a salir confiado y tranquilo. Su tranquilidad desapareció cuando sus guardias personales vieron salir un hombre vestido con una capa roja. Inmediatamente se abalanzaron sobre el y con un certero golpe de daga lo mataron allí mismo. Cuando cayo se dieron cuenta que el
Ever pondered the question, is Jesus really God? A question as complex as it is controversial, we tackle this head on in our latest episode. With a careful examination of the New Testament and a deep dive into first-century Jewish history, we seek to decode Jesus's claims of divinity in a context that his contemporaries would understand. We argue that relying solely on the statement 'I am God' is insufficient to fully understand Jesus's divinity, and we scrutinize several dialogues between Jesus and religious leaders that reveal a nuanced assertion of his divine status.We further amplify the gravity of Jesus's claim of being 'greater than the temple' by exploring the social-political climate of the first century. Unravel the audacity of the emperor Caligula's attempt to install his statue in the Jewish temple, and the subsequent resistance from the Jews. We dissect the significant implications of Jesus's prophetic warning about the imminent destruction of the temple, a prophecy that came to pass with the fall of Jerusalem and had far-reaching repercussions on the Jewish uprising against the Roman Empire.As we navigate through the intricate webs of history and theology, we also pay heed to the core message Jesus resonates with - love and redemption. Deciphering the grand design of salvation through Jesus, we contemplate the implications of free will and the repercussions of our decisions that obstruct our reunion with God. Journey with us as we reflect on Jesus's self-sacrifice and his offer of joy, gentleness, and kindness - an invitation we all are faced with. Join us, as we strive to understand His divine identity and the choice we all must make in accepting His invitation to follow Him. Stay tuned for our next episode where we traverse the intriguing terrain of the Bible's reliability. Support the showWith Northgate Online, you can join us every Sunday live at 9:00a and 11:00a, and our gatherings are available on-demand starting at 7p! Join us at https://thisis.churchSubscribe to our channel to see more messages from Northgate: https://www.youtube.com/@Northgate2201 —If you would like to give, visit https://thisis.church/give/—Check out our Care Ministries for prayer, food pantry, memorial services and more at https://thisis.church/care—You are welcome at Northgate just like you are. Life may be going great for you or you may have hurts, hang-ups, and habits. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome at Northgate. We value the process of journey. We believe in the transformative power of Christ. Northgate has a clear vision of transforming our homes, communities, and world by Pursuing God, Building Community, and Unleashing Compassion.—Follow Northgate on Instagram: https://instgram.com/ngatecfFollow Northgate on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisIsNorthgate/Follow Larry Davis: https://www.instagram.com/sirlawrencedavisSubscribe to Northgate's Podcast (Apple): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/northgate/id1583512612Subscribe to Northgate's Podcast (Google): https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS81ODE2ODAucnNzShare your experience with Northgate by leaving a review: https://g.page/r/CRHE7UBydhxzEBM/review...
Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 980, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet. Round 1. Category: Business Biggies 1: Elliot Handler, the "el" in this toymaker, died at age 95 in 2011. Mattel. 2: (Alex gives the clue from an industry shop-floor in Dearborn, MI.) This is the only one of America's Big Three automakers that did not get a federal bailout in 2009. Ford. 3: This soap co. sponsors nationwide fireworks shows that include a "ring around the sky" display. Lever Brothers. 4: This cell phone company made the radio that relayed the first words from the moon. Motorola. 5: A statue of the god Mercury inspired the logo of this tire company. Goodyear. Round 2. Category: The Spin-Off Source 1: of "Frasier". Cheers. 2: of "Better Call Saul". Breaking Bad. 3: of "Go, Diego, Go!". Dora the Explorer. 4: of "The Lone Gunmen". The X-Files. 5: of "Melrose Place". Beverly Hills, 90210. Round 3. Category: Meet My Exes 1: Mimi Rogers andNicole Kidman. Tom Cruise. 2: Andre Previn andFrank Sinatra(she and Woody Allen never married). Mia Farrow. 3: Don Johnson,Steven Bauer,Don Johnson. Melanie Griffith. 4: Peter Allen,Jack Haley Jr.,Mark Gero,David Gest. Liza Minnelli. 5: John Lloyd andGreg Norman. Chris Evert. Round 4. Category: Get A ClUe!. With Cl in quotation marks 1: This 4-letter word can precede steak, soda and sandwich. club. 2: A brood of chickens, or a strapless purse that a woman might keep a good grip on. a clutch. 3: This process of replication is routinely done to human cells, but not yet to whole human beings. cloning. 4: Scones are traditionally served with this thick cream, a specialty of Devonshire, England. clotted cream. 5: He became emperor of Rome after Caligula was murdered. Claudius. Round 5. Category: Mao, Mao, Mao, Mao 1: The 1st U.S. president Mao received on an official state visit was this man in the 1970s. Richard Nixon. 2: In 1918 Mao worked briefly as a library assistant at the state university in this city. Peking/Beijing. 3: Mao's international status as a communist leader rose after the death of this Georgian in 1953. Josef Stalin. 4: Many of Mao's sayings and beliefs were collected in this diminutive book for easy dissemination. The Little Red Book. 5: In 1930 Mao married He Zizhen, who accompanied him on this famous trek. The Long March. Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia! Special thanks to https://blog.feedspot.com/trivia_podcasts/
For the first 2nd Unit episode of the season, we brought back friend, collaborator, and IATSE-member Scott McGrath to talk about the latest regarding the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Did we record this a long time ago and have to splice in a more relevant update? You bet! Plus Jack pitches us an idea for the Unofficial Willem Dafoe Bad Art Short Film Festival! Join us for a story pitch, a lesson about Carvel Cakes (yes, we know Joe says Marvel, don't @ us), fond memories of long-gone restaurants, and an overwhelming number of labor puns. CW: mention of weird sex stuff related to Caligula, because we just can't help ourselves, apparently For more information on the Unofficial Willem Dafoe Bad Art Short Film Festival, check out derazzled.com/festival. To submit a short film, email us at email@example.com and put "Willem Dafoe" in the subject line by 6/16/2024. Stuff mentioned in this episode: Drew Barrymore, Bill Maher, David Zaslav, Bob Iger, Michael Eisner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Ted Sarandos, Michael Mann, Ferrari, Adam Driver, Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Seth Myers, Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, Strike Force Five, Deadline, Knife-Bricker, Fudgie the Whale, Cookiepus, Cookie O'Pus, the Venture Bros --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/derazzled/support
This week we're discussing SAVED! the debut album by Reverend Kristin Michael Hayter, formerly known as Lingua Ignota. We've been fans of Kristin Hayter and Lingua Ignota for years (both Caligula and Sinner Get Ready were Mike's albums of the year at their times of release). But Hayter has moved on to a whole new project and aesthetic, which revolves around old southern gospel. If you're familiar with Hayter's work, you already have an idea how disturbing it is. This ain't an easy listen, so get ready.Closing track: “I WILL BE WITH YOU ALWAYS”Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/everyalbumeverMerchhttps://pandermonkey.creator-spring.com/Mike's EP:Pander Monkey on Bandcamp, Spotify, Apple,Instagram:Mike @pandermonkeyAlex @everyalbumalexHistory Tom's stuff:New album on BandcampDebut album on Bandcamp, Spotify, AppleSubstackWebsite
Roman Forks #2Chris and Eric D-B explore a fork where Claudius doesn't succeed Caligula in 41 AD.You can follow and interact with A Fork In Time on….Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aforkintimeTwitter: @AFITPodcastDiscord: https://discord.com/invite/xhZEmZMKFSPinterest: www.pinterest.com/aforkintimeOur YouTube ChannelIf you enjoy the podcast and want to support it financially, you can help by:Supporting us monthly via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/aforkintime....or, make a one-time donation via Podfan to A Fork In Time or The Room Where It HappenedWebsite: www.aforkintimepodcast.comE-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgDirect Link to Listener Survey: https://www.aforkintimepodcast.com/listenersurveyJoin Us for Online Diplomacy PlayInformation on our WebsiteCheck Out The Room Where It Happened, our other podcast where the focus is on "real" history:https://www.aforkintimepodcast.com/theroomwhereithappenedTheme Music: Conquer by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comSupport the show
This week, we continue our 2 part, and final mini series on the Julio-Claudian Dynasty. From Caligula to Nero, we take a look at some of the myths surrounding these famous emperors of the Julian-Claudian line. We find out if Caligula really made a horse his council. What was Rome under Claudius like? And did Nero Burn Rome? Find Lindsay Powell on Twitter, (X) Here: @LindsayPowellSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/well-that-aged-well. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Julio-Claudian dynasty were the first dynasty to rule Ancient Rome. This week in our two parter on the Julio-Claudians we take a look at the reign from the beginning of the reign of Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus. (Caligula). You can learn about The Julio-Claudian Dynasty this week on "Well That Aged Well", with "Erlend Hedegart":Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/well-that-aged-well. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Steve Prokopy returned to Austin for its annual Fantastic Fest and then came back to the podcast to talk about the barrage of films he saw along with Erik Childress who got to see a few titles as well. They include a Troma reboot with Peter Dinklage, retro screenings of French giallo and Roman softcore. Pet Sematary got a prequel, stopmotion creations come to life and Joe Lynch tries on some Lovecraft with Heather Graham. Steve takes you to a river with a time loop and Erik goes down to South America for an unique chef gig with Nick Stahl. There are documentaries about cinematic A.I. and a famous Halloween theme park. There are spiders, dogs and earthquakes. Michel Gondry revisits one of his own works and the guys split on a film “based” on true events. Finally there is a real gem featuring one of our favorites, Jim Cummings, and the gathering at a remote coffee shop. 19 films in all for you to consider a look at in the future, which may be doomed. 0:00 - Intro 4:32 - The Toxic Avenger 10:07 - Infested 14:42 - Sleep 20:17 - Strange Darling 26:48 - The Book of Solutions 30:38 - River 35:38 - Spooktacular! 41:45 - The Strangler 45:55 - Caligula 50:09 - So Unreal 58:02 - Stopmotion 1:01:06 - Suitable Flesh 1:07:39 - What You Wish For 1:11:37 - Concrete Utopia 1:16:59 - Your Lucky Day 1:20:22 - Pet Sematary: Bloodlines 1:27:01 - The Sacrifice Game 1:29:56 - Dogman 1:33:13 - The Last Stop in Yuma County 1:40:15 - Outro
Why do men really think about the Roman Empire? If that question has been keeping you up at night in recent weeks, you'll want to tune in to the latest Remnant for some conclusive answers. Jonah's away again on a wild expedition through the commonwealth, which means it's up to Chris Stirewalt to host today's crash course in Ancient Roman politics and history. His guest—making an eagerly anticipated return to the program—is Mike Duncan, host of the oft-plugged Revolutions podcast, bestselling historical author, and noted influencer for the toga community. If you don't know your Caesar from your Caligula, their conversation will get you up to speed. And it'll also help you appreciate what relevance Rome has to the contemporary United States. Show Notes: - Mike's Revolutions podcast - The Storm Before the Storm, Mike's history of the Roman Republic - Hero of Two Worlds, Mike's biography of the Marquis de Lafayette Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome, dear listeners! We're gonna get weird today. You've been requesting him for a minute now, so we're headed back to ye olde Roman times to talk about one of the bonkersest emperors they ever had, Caligula. To say that he was a colossal piece of shit is to undersell both the words "colossal" and "shit." But man, he did some hilarious stuff while setting the bar for garbage leaders throughout history. Enjoy!
Did you go to ProgPower USA this year? Kyle did! Join us with our friend Alis on this review of the fest and our musings on what next year will bring. Timestamps00:00:00 Intro00:00:42 Sup Nerds00:02:16 The Reticent00:04:31 Elvenking00:06:52 Cynic00:08:02 Swallow the Sun00:08:37 Doro00:10:09 The Afterparty00:10:59 Seven Kingdoms00:13:06 Zero Hour00:14:48 The Halo Effect00:16:47 VOLA00:19:03 Beast in Black 00:23:14 The Cryptex00:26:43 Battle Beast00:30:42 Ad Infinitum00:33:01 Green Carnation00:36:13 Caligula's Horse00:39:58 Kamelot00:41:43 Sound Issues00:45:44 The Afterparty00:48:17 Poverty's No Crime00:48:36 The Food00:49:34 PP vs MWP00:51:00 The Small World of PM Fests00:51:49 Evil Invaders00:53:51 Visions of Atlantis00:57:02 Delain01:01:13 Unleash the Archers01:04:30 Myrath01:08:27 2024 Lineup Announcement01:09:09 Day 101:10:43 Headliner Day 1 - Angra01:12:09 Day 201:18:34 Headliner Day 2 - Dark Tranquility01:19:25 Day 301:22:49 Going Nuts for Lovebites01:25:21 Headliner Day 3 - Amorphis01:27:28 Day 401:34:17 Headliner Day 4 - ...Winger?01:39:19 Wrapping Up
This episode we return to Beyond Fest 2023 and grant you an audience with the Emperor himself, Malcolm McDowell, to discuss the revelatory reconstruction of notorious Cherry Bomb CALIGULA! Recorded live at the world premiere of CALIGULA: THE ULTIMATE CUT at the Aero Theater in Santa Monica and moderated by Steven Farber. Almighty Caesar says... never apologize for the movies you love!
When examining the role of the Emperor within the Roman Empire, it is often easier to focus on the individual rather than the role itself. With contrasting personalities such as Marcus Aurelius and Caligula occupying the position, it becomes challenging to identify commonalities among Roman emperors. But when you examine the role itself and the responsibilities involved - it might be easier to find commonalities between the individuals than first believed.In this episode, Tristan welcomes Professor Dame Mary Beard to the podcast to delve into the enthralling world, and immense responsibilities of the Roman Emperor. By exploring those at the pinnacle of Roman society, they unveil the realities of life for those at the top and how intricate dynamics influenced everything from the Senate to the justice system and dinner parties. Investigating the expectations of everyday citizens regarding the Emperor, and looking at whether this relationship was genuinely beneficial for both parties - what can we learn about the Roman Emperors, and are they more similar than history leads us to believe?You can order Mary's book HERE.The Ancients has been nominated in the History category at the Signal Awards! Help us win Gold by casting your vote here!Discover the past on History Hit with ad-free original podcasts and documentaries released weekly presented by world renowned historians like Dan Snow, Suzannah Lipscomb, Lucy Worsley, Matt Lewis, Tristan Hughes and more. Get 50% off your first 3 months with code ANCIENTS. Download the app on your smart TV or in the app store or sign up here.You can take part in our listener survey here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Legend has it that, in ancient Rome, a mad emperor named Caligula marked the decline of its once-powerful Senate by making his horse a legislator. Today, the free-fall of the U.S. Senate is evident in the now-permitted slovenly attire of a mentally challenged senator. Far worse is mounting evidence that the Senate is no longer doing its job. For example, Senator Ron Johnson recently sought to require Senate approval as a treaty of any forthcoming World Health Organization accord that would destroy U.S. sovereignty. His amendment was voted down. And Senators just allowed a general involved in the disastrous surrender of Afghanistan, who has hollowed out the Air Force and believes America is a systemically racist nation to become Joint Chiefs Chairman. We need a Senate that is a real check on Joe Biden's wrecking operation. Can we get it back? This is Frank Gaffney.
Vládl necelé čtyři roky, přesto v historii zanechal nesmazatelnou stopu. Vysloužil si přízviska jako zvrhlík, sadista, krutovládce či zhýralec. Proslul také větou: „Ať mě nenávidí, jen když se mě bojí.“ Římský císař, který se narodil 31. srpna roku 12 n. l., se ve skutečnosti jmenoval Gaius Caesar Augustus Germanicus.
Darrell Castle talks about anti-human, anti-God, anti-life actions recommended and taken by very powerful and influential people and organizations under the guise of saving the planet from the ravages of climate change. Transcription / Notes THE LUNATIC ASSUMPTIONS OF CLIMATE PARANOIA Hello, this is Darrell Castle with today's Castle Report. This is Friday the 25th day of August in the year of our Lord 2023. I will be talking about anti-human, anti-God, anti-life actions recommended and taken by very powerful and influential people and organizations under the guise of saving the planet from the ravages of climate change. These people and organizations hate humanity, they hate God and his creation and most of all they seek to usurp his rightful place in the universe. Wealth, status, and enjoyment of the simple pleasures of life, along with those God given things that make life possible on planet earth must be taken from those who currently have them in order to save the planet for more deserving god-like people who know and understand the science of climate. The elite lead the struggle to save the climate and with it the planet, they are bound together by blood, class, education, marriage or some combination and the rest of us are merely sheep like voters for their power seekers, and cannon fodder for their wars. We ordinary people are far too busy with our personal lives, with earning a living to understand or care about the agenda of our betters. The desire to dominate, to be the alpha, is I suppose, inherent in the human species. One is slave and one is master, one wins and one loses, one lives and one dies. To control these primitive urges mankind forms together into groups, tribes, factions, nation states and alliances. That system has worked fairly well for mankind's existence except for the occasional wars between the tribes, but the system that has organized mankind for its existence is collapsing under the weight of technology that allows worldwide, synchronized, propaganda, under the guise of saving the planet from the ravages of climate change. Yes, it's an old story about dominance, control and enslavement that has been told since ancient days but now, finally, the technology has been perfected to allow those who master it to achieve control of the whole world. These people and their groups, tribes, and diabolical organizations are not just masters of technology, but masters of the propaganda that is necessary to panic the herd and drive them into the corral. I realize that the preceding introductory paragraphs are very bold statements and therefore I will give you a few examples of what I am talking about. Professor Jim Skea is a professor of sustainable energy at Imperial College in London and chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change which is the top UN body on climate change. Professor Skea, in a recent interview with the Evening Standard Newspaper, said that climate change, the worldwide green agenda, and the movement away from fossil fuels must be forced on the world. He means that through governmental action, backed by relentless propaganda from controlled media, the masses will voluntarily submit to their enslavement in order to save the planet. This is just one geeky scientist, right? No, this is the United Nations speaking and that speech is backed by the World Economic Forum. I saw a video recently from Klaus Schwab, head of the WEF and he said quite clearly that we should just get used to our new lives because they are coming whether we like it or not. Their approach is no different from that made by Caeser, Nero, Caligula, Genghis Khan, Nepoleon, Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, and many others. Their directives to us have all been the same enforced with the existing technology of the day and that was then and this is now. They tell us subtly, there is a new world coming and I run it but you do not. You can do nothing to stop this world so you might as well get used to it and adjust and who kn...
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The annals of ancient Rome's first emperors have been recounted countless times. However, in his new book, Palatine: An Alternative History of the Caesars, former editor of The Times Peter Stothard presents a fresh perspective. Stothard shifts the focus to the individuals who orbited around figures such as Tiberius, Caligula, and Claudius – the courtiers, flatterers, slaves, former slaves, gluttons and party animals who formed their entourage. He joins our host, fellow classicist Daisy Dunn, to share his insights. We'd love to hear your feedback and what you think we should talk about next, who we should have on and what our future debates should be. Send us an email or voice note with your thoughts to email@example.com or Tweet us @intelligence2. And if you'd like to get ad-free access to all Intelligence Squared podcasts, including exclusive bonus content, early access to new episodes and much more, become a supporter of Intelligence Squared today for just £4.99, or the equivalent in your local currency . Just visit intelligencesquared.com/membership to find out more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you're listening to this episode, then YOU DID IT! YOU HEARD EVERYTHING SEASON 2 HAS TO OFFER! Check out the last of our S2 deleted scenes, in which we discuss state university fire alarm protocols and off-campus housing shenanigans, critical crying techniques to preserve your makeup, birds with impeccable comedic timing, Antonio Palacios' experience in filmmaking and the DVD censorship business, the Unofficial Willem Dafoe Bad Art Short Film Festival (derazzled.com/festival), the cacophonous struggles of recording a podcast, how true crime feels so much harder to take in as a documentary as opposed to a podcast, suspicions of butter, and additional thoughts about AI in film. We hope you enjoy! All Hail The Egg! For more information on ways you can support the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, check out https://entertainmentcommunity.org/ Stuff Mentioned In This Episode: Marvel Studios, AMPTP, IATSE, Stitcher, Tom Hanks, The Whale, Brendan Fraser, Marmaduke, Elvis, Austin Butler, Baz Luhrmann, The Great Gatsby, Oddjob, The Blue Lagoon, Flowers In The Attic, Castaway, Jake Lloyd, Assassin's Creed, Johnny Depp, Sleepy Hollow, Caligula, Bob Guccione, CleanFlix, Geoff Johns, Batman, Grant Morrison, DC Comics, Scooby Doo, Peanuts, Winnie The Pooh: Blood & Honey, James Gunn, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr, Matthew Lilliard, Linda Cardellini, The Impact, F.I.S.T., Hearts Of Fire, Bob Dylan, Showgirls, Olivia Newton-John, Sandra Day O'Connor, Last Podcast on the Left, Behind the Bastards, The Thief and the Cobbler, Harvey Weinstein, Don Hertzfeld, The Simpsons, NOPE, Get Out, Us, Jordan Peele, Midsommar, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Beau is Afraid, Lolita, Tenet, From Beyond, Bloodsport, Christopher Nolan, Stanley Kubrick, Donald Trump, Forest Whitaker, Inception, David Lynch, Hank Azeria, Mel Blanc, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Bloodrayne, Twin Peaks, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, LOST, Zeus, Hades, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Halt and Catch Fire, Lee Pace, Scoot McNeary, Marilyn Monroe, Mulholland Drive, Ana de Armas --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/derazzled/support
[Rediffusion] Notre représentation de l'histoire est très souvent liée à des œuvres de fictions. Mais le cinéma, tout comme la littérature, prend des libertés avec notre passé. Tout en respectant un verni historique, le spectateur ou le lecteur est assez rapidement confronté à des raccourcis, des simplifications voire des erreurs historiques. Un des exemples les plus emblématiques de ces vingt dernières années est sans nul doute le personnage de Commode. Nous avons tous en tête l'image de cet empereur, qui dans le film de Ridley Scott Gladiator, défie le Général Maximus Decimus, en trichant dans le fameux cirque romain. Storiavoce vous propose de partir à la découverte de ce personnage énigmatique. Qui était le fils de Marc Aurèle et de Faustine la Jeune ? Mais aussi qui était sa sœur Lucilla admirablement interprétée dans le film par Connie Nielsen ? Est-ce que d'ailleurs Maximus a existé, tout comme les conjurations des sénateurs ? L'invité : Spécialiste de la Rome antique, Éric Teyssier est maître de conférences à l'université de Nîmes, où il dirige le département d'histoire. Il a publié le livre référence sur les gladiateurs, La Mort en face. Le dossier gladiateurs, ainsi que des biographies particulièrement remarquées : Spartacus et Pompée. Il a aussi publié aux Editions Perrin une biographie de Commode (380 pages, 23€). Abonnez-vous au magazine Histoire & Civilisations à partir d'1€ par mois sur www.histoire-et-civilisations.com Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/HistoireEtCivilisationsMag Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/histoireetcivilisations/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/Storiavoce À lire aussi : "Empereurs romains : quand le pouvoir leur monte à la tête" : https://www.histoire-et-civilisations.com/thematiques/antiquite/empereurs-romains-quand-le-pouvoir-leur-monte-a-la-tete-1580.php "Caligula, l'empereur qui voulait être un dieu" : https://www.histoire-et-civilisations.com/thematiques/antiquite/h-c-11-r-caligula-lempereur-qui-voulait-etre-un-dieu-69380.php
For this special One on One, Sebastian talks to Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing about the blatant corruption and abuse of the Biden regime, which puts Joe Biden on par with the infamously insane and degenerate Roman emperor Caligula.Support the show: https://www.sebgorka.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Yet another in the long line of incompetent Roman Emperors, Honorius, is the subject of today's episode, as Theresa and Cody make an important announcement about the future of the show.Podcast to recommend: Passed (https://shows.acast.com/passedpod)SourcesBain, Douglas. Alaric the Goth: An Outsider's History of the Fall of Rome. New York City, NY: W.W. Norton & Co., 2020.Barlag, Philip. Evil Roman Emperors: The Shocking History of Ancient Rome's Most Wicked Rulers from Caligula to Nero and More. Guilford, CT: Prometheus Books, 2021.Doyle, Chris. Honorius: The Fight for the Roman West, AD 395-423. New York City, NY: Routledge, 2018.Elton, Hugh. The Roman Empire in Late Antiquity: A Political and Military History. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge U. Press, 2018.Herrin, Judith. Ravenna: Capital of Empire, Crucible of Europe. Princeton, NJ: Princeton U. Press, 2021.Kershaw, Stephen P. The Enemies of Rome: The Barbarian Rebellion Against the Roman Empire. New York City, NY: Simon & Schuster, 2021.Procopius. History of the Wars. Trans H. B. Dewing. Cambridge, MA: Harvard U. Press, 1954. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Amanda and Sarah get down and dirty with a series of OG ghost stories and one of the worst movies ever made. Sarah covers the Byland Abbey ghost stories, a set of tales collected by a curious monk. Amanda heads to Italy for the making of, and disastrous release of the 1979 period film Caligula. Other subjects covered include alien updates, bad passwords, and arsenic myths. Recommendations: Amanda recommends the Giallo film Tenebrae and the new horror release Talk to Me. Sources: Byland Abbey ghost stories: a guide to medieval ghosts Anselm Classics-Byland Abbey Ghost Stories Project “Repentant Soul or Walking Corpse? Debatable Apparitions in Medieval England” by Jacqueline Simpson. Folklore, Dec., 2003, Vol. 114, No. 3 Collider (The Infamous 'Caligula': Is It Really As Bad As They Say?) Penthouse, May 1980 The Guardian (Malcolm McDowell on Peter O'Toole: Caligula, catacombs and chicken gizzards) The Writer Who Disowned the Movie-Gore Vidal Leonardo DiCaprio channelled Caligula for Wolf of Wall Street Variety (‘Caligula' Director Tinto Brass Slams ‘Caligula – The Ultimate Cut' Screening in Cannes, Says He Is Taking Legal Action Against Penthouse Films) For updates on future episodes and other fun stuff, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, or check out our Patreon.
Born in 12 CE, Gaius Cesar Augustus Germanicus - nicknamed 'Caligula' - survived a horrific adolescence to become the third Roman Emperor at just 24 years old. The four years that followed were expensive, scandalous, and full of increasingly violent behavior - but was he really as 'mad' as his earliest biography would have us believe? On this episode, we're discussing dynasties, paranoia, and all those juicy scandals. Sources for this episode include: "Caligula: A Biography" by A. Winterling, 2015 "Caligula: a neuropsychiatric explanation of his madness", J. Charry-Sanchez, et al, for Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria, 2021 "Dinner with Caligula" by C. Baumgarthuber for The New Inquiry, 2016 "The lives of the Caesars", Suetonius, 1913 Loeb translation
Jeopardy! recaps from the week of July 10th, 2023. We commiserate about wallpaper, Kyle once again forgets which of us did a deep dive about Caligula, Emily incessantly plugs the back catalog, and we all learn a thing or two about wasps! (NOT THE WASPS!) Find us on Facebook (Potent Podables) and Twitter (@potentpodables1). Check out our Patreon (patreon.com/potentpodables). Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue to support social justice movements in your community and our country. www.communityjusticeexchange.org https://www.gofundme.com/c/act/stop-aapi-hate www.rescue.org www.therebelsproject.org www.abortionfunds.org
Well, we did it. We kept the biggest Riordanverse spoiler from Manasa. She is SHOCKED in this one. We're processing a lot of emotions. We're joined by Darien and DJ from Muses of Mythology to witness Manasa read this for the first time. Jason, Apollo, Piper, and Meg face off with Caligula. Even The Horse can't make these chapters fun. A prophecy is fulfilled, and Rick kills off his first main character. Somehow we end up talking about Bianca again in this, too. Be sure to check out Muses of Mythology (@musesofmyth)! ————————————————————— SUPPORT US ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/camphalfpod?fan_landing=true SEND US AN AUDIO MESSAGE: https://www.speakpipe.com/Camphalfpod JOIN OUR DISCORD: https://discord.gg/gzHYsUbdgr MUSES OF MYTHOLOGY PODCAST: https://open.spotify.com/show/01YK2bZe8lIQKDZkqwrN92?si=xEAFh4cOQQmmK3hvXBzn9Q --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/camp-half-pod/support
As you may know by now, we have "topics" that we typically move towards in our conversations. Sometimes we get there, sometimes we don't. Today is one of those days that we just couldn't really get to the topic. But that's ok! We'll get to that topic one of these days. So today, we talk about Pride week and how to keep showing up as an ally. How Australia, as a country, will kill you if you're not paying attention. I learn what a "haboob" is, and we review 2 very interesting movies, "Caligula" and "Pink Flamingo." Life is pretty non-linear and unexpected at times, so why can't our conversations. ~Enjoy the Journey~ IG - @adamriehlhealing FB - facebook.com/adamriehlhealing FB - facebook.com/robin.grether.1 IG - @itzyourweirdaunt
THE RETURN OF THE HORSE!!!! He has his own evil horse agenda!!! But we still don't know how he talks on the phone. Jason, Piper, Meg, and Apollo sneak onto the yachts (and promptly get caught) (where are the orcas when you need them???). We lose the plot a little discussing the Pandai and their furriness. The team splits up, and unfortunately for everyone, there is more singing as combat thanks to Piper and Apollo. We get some more tea on the Piper/Jason breakup. Then, Apollo finds Caligula's special shoes, and they're caught by The Horse. ————————————————————— SUPPORT US ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/camphalfpod?fan_landing=true SEND US AN AUDIO MESSAGE: https://www.speakpipe.com/Camphalfpod JOIN OUR DISCORD: https://discord.gg/gzHYsUbdgr --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/camp-half-pod/support
Caligula is a 1979 film made by pornographers, starring Malcolm McDowell, Helen Mirren, Sir John Gielgud, and Peter O'Toole. It's also completely bananas. Join Emma (seen it dozens of times) and Janina (not seen it before) as they discuss this scandalous and notorious historical film.
Time to find Jason Grace! Piper, Apollo, and Meg make it out of the maze, nearly burned to death. Apollo dreams of Caligula. Caligula has killer outfits (or lack thereof). We learn a bit more about Meg's heritage, and then discuss Caligula's plan. Caligula and Commodus are both much funnier than Nero. Nero would have a boring PowerPoint presentation for his plan. They head on over to Jason's school and get the TEA on him and Piper. Manasa is shocked to learn that Piper dumped Jason (good for her!). We learn about a prophecy that someone will die (what's new) and then head to Santa Barbara to find Caligula's shoes among his many yachts. ————————————————————— SUPPORT US ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/camphalfpod?fan_landing=true SEND US AN AUDIO MESSAGE: https://www.speakpipe.com/Camphalfpod JOIN OUR DISCORD: https://discord.gg/gzHYsUbdgr --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/camp-half-pod/support
This week we meet Erin's new favorite character: The Horse. Not just any horse, The Horse. He can talk on a phone. We're not sure how. Apollo, Grover, and Hedge blow up Macro's Military surplus store. Hedge broke the mold for satyrs. Why is he so violent?! We learn the name of the emperor, Caligula. Caligula probably had a mug that said “Horse Daddy” on it. Meg tells us more about her background, and Manasa is disappointed she's not a time child. They meet up with Piper, who is clearly fighting with Jason and really going through something. ————————————————————— SUPPORT US ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/camphalfpod?fan_landing=true SEND US AN AUDIO MESSAGE: https://www.speakpipe.com/Camphalfpod DM US FOR DISCORD INFO! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/camp-half-pod/support
In 2001, they started out as simple street racing highway robbers. Since then, they've loved, they've died, they've come back to life, they've saved the world probably. At long last, their story comes to and end...er...hold up...it's not the end? It doesn't even know the meaning of the WORD "end?" In any case, it's Fast X, and our engines are suitably revved for Dom and them (and some new faces) to race back into our lives.What's GoodAlonso - Guinevere Turner, When the World Didn't EndDrea - Emo PhillipsMyq - Tom King's Batman comics Ify - Vidiots updates, cleaning out storageITIDICDavid Zaslav Gets Booed at BU Commencement‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Character Rick Dalton Has Apparently Died“Ultimate Cut” of Cult Classic CALIGULA Screened at CannesEditor talking about the new edit of Caligula: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McuM46YHSSM&t=1sStaff PicksDrea - You Hurt My FeelingsAlonso - MonicaMyq - The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the HorseIfy - Fastlane TV seriesKeep up with Myq Kaplan's shows and albums at myqkaplan.comWith:Drea ClarkAlonso DuraldeIfy NwadiweMyq KaplanProduced by Marissa FlaxbartSr. Producer Laura Swisher
What has Walter been up to? And did he have anything to do with the discovery of Adam's body? Is the Wilderness trying to move Coach Ben out of the way? And you can't ask about Caligula anymore, ok?? Find out who is on the other side of that phone number and what it means when A.Ron says, “Goats are mouth curious.” Thoughts? Theories? Want to join the BOCD? Tell us at email@example.com. Child A.Ron nightmare-fuel from Reading Rainbow. Check out The Antler Queens Podcast here. Support Bald Move: Club Bald Move Join the discussion: Email | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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