Constantine the Great
Christian EmperorDownloadable Audiobook - 2004
This Lecture: Constantine's military victories gain him control of the entire Roman Empire and begin the process of transforming Christianity from a minority, illegal religion to the majority, official religion of the Empire. The Course: Professor Philip Daileader of The College of William and Mary returns in this 24-lecture series to give you new insight into the Dark Ages, the era which spanned the decline and fall of Rome's western empire and lingered for centuries. Discover what findings modern archaeology has unearthed, and look into the fascinating personalities and events of this once-lost era. All Lectures: 1. Long Shadows and the Dark Ages 2. Diocletian and the Crises of the Third Century 3. Constantine the Great - Christian Emperor 4. Pagans and Christians in the Fourth Century 5. Athletes of God 6. Augustine, Part One 7. Augustine, Part Two 8. Barbarians at the Gate 9. Franks and Goths 10. Arthur's England 11. Justinian and the Byzantine Empire 12. The House of Islam 13. Rise of the Carolingians 14. Charlemagne 15. Carolingian Christianity 16. The Carolingian Renaissance 17. Fury of the Northmen 18. Collapse of the Carolingian Empire 19. The Birth of France and Germany 20. England in the Age of Alfred 21. Al-Andalus - Islamic Spain 22. Carolingian Europe - Gateway to the Middle Ages 23. Family Life - How Then Became Now 24. Long Shadows and the Dark Ages Revisited
Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses, 2004.
Branch Call Number: eAudiobook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 audio file (30 min.)) : digital. digital,digital recording data file