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Antiquity (DVD Video & Audio)

$500.00

In this course of the King’s Meadow Humanities Curriculum, Dr. George Grant provides a survey of the history, literature, art, philosophy, theology, and civics of Antiquity – an epoch focusing on all the great civilizations from the dawn of time to the fall of Rome.

Audio mp3 lectures are included in DVD format.

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In this course of the King’s Meadow Humanities Curriculum, Dr. George Grant provides a survey of the history, literature, art, philosophy, theology, and civics of Antiquity – an epoch focusing on all the great civilizations from the dawn of time to the fall of Rome.

Audio mp3 lectures are included in DVD format.

This price is based on single family use. 
Co-op and school pricing are available; contact office @ kingsmeadow.com with inquiries.

Curriculum Components:

Documents

  • Instructor’s Guide
  • Literature Planning Guide
  • Opportunities and Exams
  • Lecture Slides
  • Timelines

Lectures

1.  Orientation and Moral Philosophy
2.  Life, the Universe, and Everything
3.  After “In the Beginning…”
4.  Antediluvian Man
5.  Myths and Mythologies
6.  Diluvian Man
7.  Archaeology and Antiquity
8.  Babel and the Nations
9.  The Cradle of Civilization
10. Mesopotamian Life
11. Hamasantal Babylonian Culture
12. Abraham and the Patriarchs: Wandering Nation
13. The Civilizations of Egypt: Majesty and Mystery
14. The Mystery of the Pyramids
15. The Gods of Egypt and the Exodus
16. Israel and History
17. Covenantalism and Israel
18. The Literature of Israel
19. The Worship of Israel
20. The Gift of the Jews
21. Israel’s Practical Covanentalism
22. Medes and Persians: A People Set Apart
23. The Timelines of Early Antiquity: Making Sense of Time
24. Habits for Leaders and Learners
25. Beware Greeks Bearing Gifts
26. How Do We Know What We Know?
27. Greek City-States
28. Greek Philosophy
29. Greek Rhetoric and Oratory
30. Greek Theater
31. The Greek Gift of Genre
32. The Great Playwrights
33. Greek Poets and History
34. The Classical Orders of Architecture
35. The Phoenicians and the Celts
36. The Sons of Noah: To Anatolia and Beyond
37. Across the Steppes: The Silk Road
38. The Indus Valley Civilization
39. Jeremiah Small
40. The Legacy of Alexander
41. After Alexander: The Diadochoi
42. Ancient China
43. Ancient Japan
44. Carthage and the Punic Wars
45. The Roman Republic
46. Julius Caesar and the Coming Empire
47. Octavian Augustus Caesar
48. The Reign of the Imperial Caesars
49. Pax Romana
50. Barbarians and the “Fall” of Rome
51. Augustine of Hippo