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Roman Lives


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Produktinformation
Artikelnummer NA630212
Barcode 9789626343029
Veröffentlichungsdatum 12.01.2004
Kategorie Hörbücher
Label Naxos Audiobooks
Format CD
Anzahl an Tonträgern 6
Interpreten
Künstler Farrell, Nicholas
Hodson, Steve
CD: 1
Roman Lives
1 Plutarch - The Roman Lives Introduction 05:24 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
2 Plutarch begins his sequence of Roman Lives 04:42 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
3 Coriolanus 04:14 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
4 It may be observed in general 05:33 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
5 The Romans were now at war with the Volscian natio 04:38 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
6 The day after, when Marcius, with the rest of the 05:47 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
7 Not long after he stood for consulship 05:37 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
8 He came, therefore, as it were, to make his apolog 05:15 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
9 Marcius alone, himself, was neither stunned nor hu 04:50 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
10 The Romans themselves soon furnished Marcius and T 05:03 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
11 When Marcius heard of this 05:23 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
12 Having spoken thus, she took Vergilia by the hand 04:32 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
13 The next morning he broke up his camp 03:56 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
14 Pompey the Great 05:47 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
15 Thus Cinna being slane 03:44 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
16 About this time news came to Sulla 02:50 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
CD: 2
Roman Lives
1 When Pompey returned back to the city of Utica 06:16 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
2 In the meantime Sertorius died 05:10 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
3 The power of the pirates first commenced in Cilici 05:25 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
4 When the news came to Rome 05:15 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
5 Pompey in the meantime made an invasion into Armen 05:15 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
6 Pompey having now by his forces under the command 04:41 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
7 The splendour and magnificence of Pompey's triumph 04:59 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
8 About that time Caesar, returning from military se 06:03 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
9 Meantime Caesar grew great and famous 06:08 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
10 On his return into the city Pompey married Corneli 04:27 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
11 Caesar, on the other side, was more and more vigor 04:54 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
12 But Pompey, arriving at Brundusium 04:55 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
13 With this determination, Pompey marched forwards 04:18 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
14 Caesar's army consisted of twenty-two thousand 05:58 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
15 Pompey, sailing by the city of Amphipolis 04:40 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
CD: 3
Roman Lives
1 As soon, therefore, as it was resolved upon 03:12 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
2 These were the last words he spoke to his friends 04:24 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
3 Caesar 04:57 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
4 In the meantime Sulla's power being now on the dec 04:01 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
5 At this time, Meteullus, the High-Priest died 04:26 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
6 There is a law among the Romans 05:22 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
7 He was so much master of the goodwill and hearty s 05:37 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
8 After this action, Caesar left his army at thier w 05:08 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
9 In the passage of his army over it, he met with no 05:51 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
10 Caesar had long ago resolved upon the overthrow of 04:21 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
11 Afterwards there came letters from Caesar 05:26 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
12 Caesar took into his army all those whom he found 05:11 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
13 When the two armies were come into Pharsalia 04:21 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
14 Pompey fled to Egypt, pursued by Caesar 04:24 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
15 Thence he passed to Asia 05:53 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
16 Nevertheless his countrymen 06:50 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
CD: 4
Roman Lives
1 This made the multitude turn their thoughts to Mar 04:45 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
2 The place which was destined for the scene of this 05:09 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
3 Cicero 06:00 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
4 But after he had received the news of Sulla's deat 04:40 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
5 He had a very pleasant seat at Arpi 04:40 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
6 Cicero, endeavouring in the first place to provide 04:26 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
7 After Cicero had received this power 05:28 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
8 Whilst Cicero was doubting what course to take 03:43 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
9 At this time, therefore, Cicero's authority was ve 05:08 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
10 Cicero was at this time his friend 05:18 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
11 Clodius, having thus driven away Cicero 05:36 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
12 But as soon as Caesar was marched into Spain 05:00 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
13 He had no concern in the design that was now formi 06:00 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
14 Whilst these things were contriving 05:50 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
15 Marcus Brutus 06:21 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
CD: 5
Roman Lives
1 After the great overthrow at Pharsalia 06:19 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
2 When Cassius went about soliciting friends 05:26 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
3 But a meeting of the senate being appointed 04:20 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
4 Now when the senate was gone in before to the cham 04:34 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
5 But the next day, the senate being assembled in th 05:11 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
6 Brutus took ship from hence, and sailed to Athens 05:33 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
7 Having made his army, that was very considerable 04:28 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
8 About the time that they were going to pass out of 05:11 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
9 Brutus that night at supper showed himself very ch 04:37 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
10 Cassius had been forced to fly with a few about hi 04:44 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
11 Neither were the affairs of Caesar and Antony 05:56 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
12 Mark Antony 04:45 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
13 He also had a very good and noble appearance 04:58 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
14 There was not one of the many engagements that now 03:49 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
15 These passages gave great encouragement to Brutus 04:32 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
CD: 6
Roman Lives
1 Cicero was at this time the man of the greatest in 05:00 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
2 This triumvirate was very hateful to the Romans 04:00 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
3 Such being his temper, the last and crowning misch 04:39 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
4 Plato admits four sorts of flattery 04:38 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
5 Antony, once more, upon some unfavourable stories 06:31 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
6 The war was now become grievous to both parties 04:52 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
7 But, on the fifth day, Flavius Gallus 05:21 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
8 Antony ran from one place to another 05:18 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
9 Cleopatra, feeling her rival already 05:34 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
10 The speed and extent of Antony's preparations alar 04:09 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
11 Antony, seeing the enemy sailing up 04:15 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
12 When they engaged, there was no charing or strikin 05:11 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
13 At the same, they sent ambassadors to Caesar 04:49 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
14 When he understood she was alive 04:59 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
15 Some few days after, Caesar himself came to make h 06:54 Farrell, Nicholas Hodson, Steve
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