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  • Icons of the Iron Age: The Celts in History | Susan A. Johnston

    Icons of the Iron Age: The Celts in History

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 2 mins)
    • By Susan A. Johnston
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    Among the most famous peoples in ancient times were the Celts, who lived in Europe during the Iron Age, from about 600 BCE into the early centuries CE. They left behind an intriguing record of physical remains that have been recovered by archaeologists, and they have continued to hold our attention as modern populations claim a Celtic identity.

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  • Religion, Myth & Magic | Susan Johnston

    Religion, Myth & Magic

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 52 mins)
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    Anthropologist Susan Johnston turns a scholarly eye on one of humankind's primary interests throughout history: the spiritual belief system. Beginning her lectures with an attempt to define religion, Professor Johnston continues this intriguing study with an examination of mythology and symbols, rituals and witchcraft, gender, politics, and religion's place in the many customs surrounding death.

  • Myths & Mysteries in Archaeology | Susan Johnston

    Myths & Mysteries in Archaeology

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 11 mins)
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    Otherwise rational people believe-or at least partially believe-in many fantastical myths about the world in which they live. Indeed, it is an entirely human inclination to want to believe in what might be called otherworldly explanations for phenomena for which there are no easily explainable causes.In these eye-opening lectures, Professor Susan A. Johnston of the George Washington University applies an archaeological perspective to the biggest myths and mysteries in world history.

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