Ancient History Fangirl

A History podcast
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True stories and tall tales of the ancient world.

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This is a positively entertaining, delightful, and informative podcast tackling some of the most provoking subjects of the ancient world such as Julius Caesar, Cleopatra, The Amazons, and so much more! It is easily a podcast you could binge on and the hosts are enthusiastic, passionate, and extremely easy to listen to!
This is a wonderful podcast. One of my favorite things is that, while the hosts are good friends, they get right into the material and don't spend the first 45 minutes chit chatting off topic like many podcasts seem to do. The show goes on tangents, but are entertaining and always gets back on topic and the tangents are related to the main subject. They research their material well and bring us along on their conversation about the topic. They are wonderful and I love this show.

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    Podcast Details

    Started
    Feb 13th, 2018
    Latest Episode
    Mar 23rd, 2020
    Release Period
    Weekly
    No. of Episodes
    52
    Avg. Episode Length
    About 1 hour
    Explicit
    No

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