This season our podcast will explore a single event in history by analyzing the technology, people, and situations that led to the late Bronze Age Collapse in the near east. We begin with a look at what defines the Bronze Age and what technology these civilizations had which contributed to the prosperity and success of many of these empires during this era.
Cover Art by Igor Nunes. Find more of his work at Whyccan.Artstation.com or contact him on Twitter for commissions.
Background music provided by Monplaisir Music and Daniel Veesey under a public domain dedication.
Our next episode will release in 2 weeks!
Episode 211- Egypt Repels the Sea People
Episode 210 - The Reasons for the Collapse
Episode 209 - The Collapse Begins
Episode 208 - Elsewhere in the World
Episode 207 - The Mycenaean Greeks
Episode 206: The Mystery of Alashiya
Episode 205: Assyria Rising
Episode 204: Hittites- An Empire of War and Stone
Episode 203: A Kingdom in the Desert
Episode 202: The Law, The Gods and The Stars
Episode 113: The Rise and Fall of Agrippina the Younger
Episode 112: The Vespers of 88 BCE
Episode 111: Saitō Musashibō Benkei 1155 - 1189 CE
Episode 110: The Eruption of Mount Vesuvius 79 CE
Episode 109: The Assassination of Julius Caesar
Episode 108: Tsunami of the Malian Gulf 426 BCE
Episode 107: The Battle of Yongqiu 756 CE
Episode 106: The Plague of Athens 430 BCE
Episode 105: The Death of Alexander the Great
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