Are you ready to rock? Because we're heading into the Neolithic period baby! WOO! If you think you can handle scenes of prehistoric brain surgery, stone age fetishes and the invention of the greatest thing ever, then
In our exciting third episode, we learn about cavemen with flowers, wolves with social issues, and the humanzee. Wait, what? What kind of history podcast is this? Why don't you download it to find out already!
The second episode, in which we conduct a little anthropological history of early man and talk about climate change, evolution, and meat eating. Something to offend everyone! Plus I reveal one of my secret childhood dreams.
The first chapter of the Podcast History of Our World, in which we explore the origins of the universe, and start right at the beginning of man, with 3 creation myths.
It's Sumer time and the livin's easy! Mesopotamia 6,000 years ago was a heady time to be alive! Sure the occasional rain storm might melt your city but who cares? Ninkasi, Goddess of Beer will help you through those difficult times!
The thrilling conclusion of our Sumerian quadrilogy! Spoiler alert: they all live happily ever after and nothing bad ever happens in Mesopotamia again.
We say goodbye to Gilgamesh and return to the historical Sumer, which is about to become part of the first multi-ethnic empire in history! Plus a look at Mesopotamian tax reform! That doesn't really sound interesting...hmm...yeah I suppose not. But what if I promised a death curse in there too? A
Time for a new chapter of TPHOOW as we head off to Egypt! I'll walk you through the top of the line mummification process and spend way too much time on a certain river! Plus poetry! Are we having fun yet?
Do you know about pyramid power? Because if you don't...it's probably for the best. REAL pyramid power is convincing thousands of your subjects that toiling in the hot Egyptian sun building a giant triangle is a good idea!
The first Egyptian civil war! Or is it Civil War? In the US it's Civil War, but if you live in another country is it the same? Do we have a monopoly on properly capitalizing our own civil war? Or am I showing an ethnocentrism in not capitalizing the Egyptian civil war...ack! ok I know how to fix