Neville Jason Edward Gibbon : The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Part I (Abridged)

Edward Gibbon : The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Part I (Abridged)

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Album : 6 Discs - 68 Tracks Gesamte Laufzeit : 07:53:37

    Album 1
    The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  1. 1 Part I: The Most Civilised Portion Of Mankind

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  2. 2 Part I: The Terror Of The Roman Arms - The Preservation Of Peace By A Constant Preparation For War

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  3. 3 Part I: Every Useful Intrument Of War

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  4. 4 Part I: An Empire United By Laws And Adorned By Arts

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  5. 5 Part I: The Roman Language - An Influence Over National Manners

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  6. 6 Part I: The Most Numerous Society Under The Same System Of Government

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  7. 7 Part I: The Fate Of The Roman World Depended On The Will Of Augustus

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  8. 8 Part I: A Succession Of Monsters With Uparalleled Vices

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  9. 9 Part I: The Rule Of The Two Antonines - The Only Period Of History In Which The Happiness Of A Great People

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  10. 10 Part I: Commodus - Revelling In The Licence Of Sovereign Power

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  11. 11 Part I: Pertinax Accedes To Power

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  12. Album 2
  13. 1 Part I: The Praetorian Guards And The Bribe Of Didius Julianus

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  14. 2 Part I: Septimus Severus - A Pernicious Indulgence

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  15. 3 Part I: The Two Sons Of Severus - Caracalla And Geta

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  16. 4 Part I: Caracalla Becomes Sole Emperor

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  17. 5 Part I: Antoninus Becomes Elagabalus, Supreme Emperor And Pontiff - And Licentious Despot

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  18. 6 Part I: The Reign Of Alexander - An Auspicious Calm Of Thirteen Years

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  19. 7 Part I: The Rise Of Maximin, Dark And Sanguinary

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  20. 8 Part I: Confusion Of Power Between Maximus, Balbinus And Gordianus

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  21. 9 Part I: Philip - A Period Of Games

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  22. 10 Part I: Decius And The Appearance Of The Goths

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  23. 11 Part I: Hostilianus And Gallus

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  24. 12 Part I: Aemilianus, Valerian And Gallienus - An Empire Oppressed

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  25. 13 Part I: Claudius - The First Of The Restorers Of The Roman World

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  26. Album 3
  27. 1 Part I: Aurelian - Four Years Of Memorable Achievement

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  28. 2 Part I: Zenobia Fights Back - The Fate Of The East Is Decided

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  29. 3 Part I: The Death Of Aurelian And The Accession Of Tacitus

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  30. 4 Part I: Probus And The Deliverance Of Gaul And 70 German Cities

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  31. 5 Part I: Carus, Numerian And Carinus - Soft, Cruel, Devoted To Pleasure Yet Destitute Of Taste

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  32. 6 The Illustrious Reign Of Diocletian And Maximian

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  33. 7 Part I: The End Of Rome As The Capital Of The Empire

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  34. 8 Part I: The Abdication Of Diocletian

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  35. 9 Part I: Two New Augusti - Constantius And Galerius

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  36. 10 Part I: The Elevation Of Constantine And A Time Of Confusion

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  37. 11 Part I: The Final Battle Between Constantine And Maxentius

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  38. Album 4
  39. 1 Part I: Constantine Overwhelms Licinius, A Victory Which Leads To The Foundation Of Constantinople

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  40. 2 Part I: A Candid But Rational Inquiry Into The Progress And Establishment Of Christianity Under The Roman Em

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  41. 3 Part I: A Dark And Unjust Record Righted

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  42. 4 Part I: Nero - Mistakenly Judged One Of History's Most Vilified Figures

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  43. 5 Part I: Protection For The Christians

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  44. 6 Part I: Diocletian Introduces Systematic Repression

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  45. 7 Part I: Gibbon's Conclusions On The Roman Persecution Of The Christians

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  46. 8 Part I: Constantine - A New Capital But A Fatal Flaw In Defence

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  47. Album 5
  48. 1 Part I: The Petty Abuse Of Power And Local Tyrannies

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  49. 2 Part I: Asiatic Pomp And A Gradual Decline

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  50. 3 Part I: Constantius, Gallus And The Eunuchs

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  51. 4 Part I: Julian, A Caesar Of Very Different Ilk

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  52. 5 Part I: The Establishment Of Christianity

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  53. 6 Part I: The Rise In Popularity Of Julian

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  54. 7 Part I: The Road To Civil War

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  55. 8 Part I: Julian Assumes Supreme Power

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  56. 9 Part I: The Apostasy Of Julian

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  57. 10 Part I: The Death Of Julian

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  58. Album 6
  59. 1 Part I: Jovian - A Brief Reign

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  60. 2 Part I: Valentinian, Emperor Of The West And Valens, Emperor Of The East

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  61. 3 Part I: Gratian, Emperor Of The West

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  62. 4 Part I: The Humbling Of The Empire

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  63. 5 Part I: The Incursion Of The Visigoth Fritigern And The Death Of Valens At Hadrianople

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  64. 6 Part I: Theodosius, Emperor Of The East, Aims For A Modus Vivendi With The Visigoths

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  65. 7 Part I: Maximus Takes Rule Of The Western Empire But Unadvisedly Marches Against Theodosius

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  66. 8 Part I: Arcadius And Honorius And Their Commander Stilicho

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  67. 9 Part I: The Power Of The Visigoths Under Alaric

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  68. 10 Part I: The Execution Of Stilicho Opens The Goths' Road To Rome

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  69. 11 Part I: The Decadence Of The Empire In The Reign Of Honorius And The Siege Of Rome

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  70. 12 Part I: The Sound Of The Gothic Trumpet

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  71. 13 Part I: The End Of The Roman Empire In The West

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  72. 14 Part I: The Reign Of Odoacer, The First Barbarian King Of Italy

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  73. 15 Part I: General Observations On The Fall Of The Roman Empire In The West

    Neville Jason - Edward Gibbon, Composer - Philip Madoc, Reader

  • Programm
  • Philip Madoc
    Part I: The Most Civilised Portion Of Mankind
    Part I: The Terror Of The Roman Arms - The Preservation Of Peace By A Constant Preparation For War
    Part I: Every Useful Intrument Of War
    Part I: An Empire United By Laws And Adorned By Arts
    Part I: The Roman Language - An Influence Over National Manners
    Part I: The Most Numerous Society Under The Same System Of Government
    Part I: The Fate Of The Roman World Depended On The Will Of Augustus
    Part I: A Succession Of Monsters With Uparalleled Vices
    Part I: The Rule Of The Two Antonines - The Only Period Of History In Which The Happiness Of A Great People
    Part I: Commodus - Revelling In The Licence Of Sovereign Power
    Part I: Pertinax Accedes To Power
    Part I: The Praetorian Guards And The Bribe Of Didius Julianus
    Part I: Septimus Severus - A Pernicious Indulgence
    Part I: The Two Sons Of Severus - Caracalla And Geta
    Part I: Caracalla Becomes Sole Emperor
    Part I: Antoninus Becomes Elagabalus, Supreme Emperor And Pontiff - And Licentious Despot
    Part I: The Reign Of Alexander - An Auspicious Calm Of Thirteen Years
    Part I: The Rise Of Maximin, Dark And Sanguinary
    Part I: Confusion Of Power Between Maximus, Balbinus And Gordianus
    Part I: Philip - A Period Of Games
    Part I: Decius And The Appearance Of The Goths
    Part I: Hostilianus And Gallus
    Part I: Aemilianus, Valerian And Gallienus - An Empire Oppressed
    Part I: Claudius - The First Of The Restorers Of The Roman World
    Part I: Aurelian - Four Years Of Memorable Achievement
    Part I: Zenobia Fights Back - The Fate Of The East Is Decided
    Part I: The Death Of Aurelian And The Accession Of Tacitus
    Part I: Probus And The Deliverance Of Gaul And 70 German Cities
    Part I: Carus, Numerian And Carinus - Soft, Cruel, Devoted To Pleasure Yet Destitute Of Taste
    The Illustrious Reign Of Diocletian And Maximian
    Part I: The End Of Rome As The Capital Of The Empire
    Part I: The Abdication Of Diocletian
    Part I: Two New Augusti - Constantius And Galerius
    Part I: The Elevation Of Constantine And A Time Of Confusion
    Part I: The Final Battle Between Constantine And Maxentius
    Part I: Constantine Overwhelms Licinius, A Victory Which Leads To The Foundation Of Constantinople
    Part I: A Candid But Rational Inquiry Into The Progress And Establishment Of Christianity Under The Roman Em
    Part I: A Dark And Unjust Record Righted
    Part I: Nero - Mistakenly Judged One Of History's Most Vilified Figures
    Part I: Protection For The Christians
    Part I: Diocletian Introduces Systematic Repression
    Part I: Gibbon's Conclusions On The Roman Persecution Of The Christians
    Part I: Constantine - A New Capital But A Fatal Flaw In Defence
    Part I: The Petty Abuse Of Power And Local Tyrannies
    Part I: Asiatic Pomp And A Gradual Decline
    Part I: Constantius, Gallus And The Eunuchs
    Part I: Julian, A Caesar Of Very Different Ilk
    Part I: The Establishment Of Christianity
    Part I: The Rise In Popularity Of Julian
    Part I: The Road To Civil War
    Part I: Julian Assumes Supreme Power
    Part I: The Apostasy Of Julian
    Part I: The Death Of Julian
    Part I: Jovian - A Brief Reign
    Part I: Valentinian, Emperor Of The West And Valens, Emperor Of The East
    Part I: Gratian, Emperor Of The West
    Part I: The Humbling Of The Empire
    Part I: The Incursion Of The Visigoth Fritigern And The Death Of Valens At Hadrianople
    Part I: Theodosius, Emperor Of The East, Aims For A Modus Vivendi With The Visigoths
    Part I: Maximus Takes Rule Of The Western Empire But Unadvisedly Marches Against Theodosius
    Part I: Arcadius And Honorius And Their Commander Stilicho
    Part I: The Power Of The Visigoths Under Alaric
    Part I: The Execution Of Stilicho Opens The Goths' Road To Rome
    Part I: The Decadence Of The Empire In The Reign Of Honorius And The Siege Of Rome
    Part I: The Sound Of The Gothic Trumpet
    Part I: The End Of The Roman Empire In The West
    Part I: The Reign Of Odoacer, The First Barbarian King Of Italy
    Part I: General Observations On The Fall Of The Roman Empire In The West Neville Jason Edward Gibbon, Composer Philip Madoc, Reader

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