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  • Istanbul: A Tale of Three Cities | Bettany Hughes

    Istanbul: A Tale of Three Cities

    • UNABRIDGED (24 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By Bettany Hughes
    • Narrated By Bettany Hughes
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    From the Koran to Shakespeare, this city with three names - Byzantium, Constantinople, Istanbul - resonates as an idea and a place, real and imagined. Standing as the gateway between East and West, North and South, it has been the capital city of the Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman Empires. For much of its history it was the very center of the world, known simply as "The City", but, as Bettany Hughes reveals, Istanbul is not just a city but a global story.

  • Bettany Hughes: Audible Sessions: FREE Exclusive Interview | Gabriel Fleming

    Bettany Hughes: Audible Sessions: FREE Exclusive Interview

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    • By Gabriel Fleming
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    Bettany Hughes is a historian, an author and a broadcaster whose many TV and radio documentaries have toured ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt. Her critically acclaimed writing has explored the lives and worlds of Helen of Troy and Socrates, and today she visits the Audible Studios to tell us more about her new book, Istanbul: A Tale of Three Cities.

    Fahad M. Alqahtani says: "Great learning experience "
  • Istanbul: A Tale of Three Cities | Bettany Hughes

    Istanbul: A Tale of Three Cities

    • UNABRIDGED (24 hrs and 39 mins)
    • By Bettany Hughes
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    Istanbul has always been a place where stories and histories collide and crackle, where the idea is as potent as the historical fact. From the Qu'ran to Shakespeare, this city with three names - Byzantium, Constantinople, Istanbul - resonates as an idea and a place and overspills its boundaries - real and imagined. Standing as the gateway between the East and West, it has served as the capital of the Roman, Byzantine, Latin and Ottoman Empires.

    Jefferson says: "Greeks, Romans, Ottomans and the World's Desire"
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