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History of Philosophy without any gaps
"The History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps is a weekly podcast by Peter Adamson, a philosophy scholar who teaches at Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich and King's College London. Launched in 2014, the podcast currently features over 300 episodes that chronicle the history of philosophy from pre-Socratic thinkers through the fourteenth century (so far!)." (from the 10/20/2017 Internet Scout Report)
philosophy  asian  european  classical  ancient-civilizations  medieval  indian  greek  roman  christianity  islam  hinduism  buddhism  podcasts 
3 days ago by dilibrary
Ancient History Encyclopedia
High-quality, peer-reviewed information about ancient history around the world, with encyclopedia entries, timelines, maps, images, and videos. All content on this site is protected by a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 license, unless otherwise stated.
aad-research  ancient-americas  ancient-civilizations  ancientart  greek  egyptian  roman  history-of-interiors  chinese  japanese  asian  european  american  latin-american  north-american  african  australian  oceanic  images  worldciv  worldliterature  mythology  indian  islamic  literature  mesopotamian  near-eastern  maya  aztec  celtic  classical  indigenous  american-indian  persian 
3 days ago by dilibrary
Oven Roasted Brown Sugar Chicken | Ayesha Curry
Turn this into a caramel chicken recipe with coconut rice and scallions with cilantro. Use chicken thighs.
Recipes  Ayesha  chicken  brownsugar  roasted  sauce  caramelized  easy  weeknight  rice  Asian  makesoon  thighs 
3 days ago by lala7625

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