Greek Lives. Roman Lives

Год выпуска:2004
Автор:Плутарх / Plutarch
Исполнитель:Nicholas Farrell
Жанр:История
Издательство:Naxos audiobooks
Язык:Английский
Тип:аудиокнига
Аудио кодек:MP3
Битрейт аудио:48 kbps

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Содержимое раздачи — Greek Lives. Roman Lives:
  • 06 Alexander.txt 0.1 Мб.
  • 03 Pericles.txt 0.09 Мб.
  • 04 Alcibiades.txt 0.09 Мб.
  • 08 Pyrrhus.txt 0.09 Мб.
  • 01 Lycurgus.txt 0.08 Мб.
  • 02 Themistocles.txt 0.07 Мб.
  • 05 Lysander.txt 0.06 Мб.
  • 07 Demosthenes.txt 0.06 Мб.
  • Plutarch - Greek Lives.pdf 1.93 Мб.
  • 6-04 Yet it was no long time that he enjoyed his country after his return.mp3 1.59 Мб.
  • 1-17 The senate, as I said before, consisted of those who were Lycurgus's chief aiders.mp3 1.54 Мб.
  • 2-02 He was, indeed, by nature, a great lover of honour.mp3 1.51 Мб.
  • 2-21 In the first place, the pestilential disease.mp3 1.51 Мб.
  • 1-18 When he perceived that his more important institutions had taken root in the minds of his co.mp3 1.48 Мб.
  • 1-02 Plutarch’s desire to make his subject’s 'habit of mind understood’.mp3 1.44 Мб.
  • 6-15 The Romans, not having those advantages of retreating.mp3 1.43 Мб.
  • 6-05 Pyrrhus (319-272 BC).mp3 1.41 Мб.
  • 3-22 But on the fifth day.mp3 1.4 Мб.
  • 5-12 Alexander was now eager to see the ocean.mp3 1.37 Мб.
  • 4-22 From hence he marched through the province of Babylon.mp3 1.36 Мб.
  • 6-07 From this time he began to revolve many and vast projects in his thoughts.mp3 1.36 Мб.
  • 5-19 As soon, therefore, as he was grown up to man’s estate.mp3 1.35 Мб.
  • 5-19 As soon, therefore, as he was grown up to man’s estate.mp3 1.35 Мб.
  • 3-11 The people in the city were terrified into submission.mp3 1.34 Мб.
  • 2-18 Pericles, however, was particularly charged with having proposed to the assembly.mp3 1.34 Мб.
  • 4-21 His sword, which was the weapon he used most in fight.mp3 1.33 Мб.
  • 4-16 But as he was going to supper.mp3 1.33 Мб.
  • 5-10 This discourse pleased Alexander.mp3 1.32 Мб.
  • 3-20 Understanding that Cyrus, the king’s son.mp3 1.3 Мб.
  • 4-17 Alexander, that he might refresh his army.mp3 1.3 Мб.
  • 6-14 Then Caius Fabricius came in embassy from the Romans.mp3 1.28 Мб.
  • 4-25 He now, as we said, set forth to seek Darius.mp3 1.28 Мб.
  • 1-01 Introduction.mp3 1.28 Мб.
  • 6-13 This made Pyrrhus use greater caution.mp3 1.27 Мб.
  • 4-19 Darius wrote him a letter.mp3 1.27 Мб.
  • 5-15 The thirty thousand boys whom he left behind him to be taught.mp3 1.26 Мб.
  • 4-09 But the disorders of his family.mp3 1.26 Мб.
  • 6-21 In the dead of the night.mp3 1.26 Мб.
  • 1-09 This last ordinance in particular exasperated the wealthier men..mp3 1.26 Мб.
  • 5-18 Demosthenes (384-322 BC).mp3 1.26 Мб.
  • 3-19 Lysander (439-395 BC).mp3 1.23 Мб.
  • 2-19 After this was over, the Peloponnesian war beginning.mp3 1.22 Мб.
  • 1-04 Soon after, an overture was made to him by the queen,.mp3 1.21 Мб.
  • 6-01 Demosthenes had secret intelligence of the death of Philip.mp3 1.21 Мб.
  • 3-09 Thus Alcibiades, quitting the interests of the Spartans.mp3 1.2 Мб.
  • 4-08 After this, considering him to be of a temper easy to be led to his duty by reason.mp3 1.2 Мб.
  • 4-12 In the meantime Darius’s captains having collected large forces.mp3 1.19 Мб.
  • 1-10 Lycurgus would never reduce his laws into writing.mp3 1.17 Мб.
  • 5-16 As he was upon his way to Babylon.mp3 1.17 Мб.
  • 6-06 When he was twelve years old.mp3 1.16 Мб.
  • 3-16 How far his own inclinations led him to usurp sovereign power.mp3 1.16 Мб.
  • 1-13 After they were twelve years old.mp3 1.16 Мб.
  • 2-20 The people receiving and admitting these accusations and complaints.mp3 1.15 Мб.
  • 5-22 It was evident.mp3 1.15 Мб.
  • 6-08 After this battle, Pyrrhus.mp3 1.15 Мб.
  • 2-09 For this man, Pericles entertained an extraordinary esteem.mp3 1.14 Мб.
  • 6-10 There was one Cineas, a Thessalian.mp3 1.14 Мб.
  • 4-20 But to return to Alexander.mp3 1.14 Мб.
  • 2-22 Alcibiades (450-404 BC).mp3 1.14 Мб.
  • 5-11 Almost all the historians agree.mp3 1.14 Мб.
  • 1-19 Themistocles (527-460 BC).mp3 1.14 Мб.
  • 3-12 But about thirty days after, Alcibiades escaped from his keepers.mp3 1.14 Мб.
  • 3-18 Yet in this sad state of affairs.mp3 1.14 Мб.
  • 3-05 Together with Alcibiades.mp3 1.14 Мб.
  • 2-06 Themistocles replied, that a man’s discourse was like to a rich Persian carpet,.mp3 1.14 Мб.
  • 2-06 Themistocles replied, that a man’s discourse was like to a rich Persian carpet,.mp3 1.14 Мб.
  • 3-06 Alcibiades perceived the malice of this postponement.mp3 1.14 Мб.
  • 1-03 Lycurgus (6th or 7th century BC).mp3 1.12 Мб.
  • 2-08 Pericles (495-429 BC).mp3 1.11 Мб.
  • 4-18 This was a long and painful, and, in two respects, a dangerous journey.mp3 1.11 Мб.
  • 2-01 After this sea-fight, Xerxes, enraged at his ill-fortune.mp3 1.11 Мб.
  • 1-25 Themistocles, knowing the generosity of Aristides.mp3 1.1 Мб.
  • 6-03 Demosthenes resisted the inquisition.mp3 1.1 Мб.
  • 4-06 The statues that gave the best representation of Alexander’s person.mp3 1.09 Мб.
  • 4-06 The statues that gave the best representation of Alexander’s person.mp3 1.09 Мб.
  • 1-22 Having taken upon himself the command of the Athenian forces.mp3 1.09 Мб.
  • 4-10 When he came to Thebes.mp3 1.09 Мб.
  • 5-09 Nor did they judge amiss.mp3 1.07 Мб.
  • 2-15 At length, coming to a final contest with Thucydides.mp3 1.07 Мб.
  • 6-12 He now received intelligence that Laevinus.mp3 1.06 Мб.
  • 3-21 But to those who loved honest and noble behaviour.mp3 1.06 Мб.
  • 3-04 The truth is, his liberalities, his public shows.mp3 1.06 Мб.
  • 2-17 For, in the first place, the Euboeans revolted.mp3 1.06 Мб.
  • 5-23 But there was, it should seem.mp3 1.06 Мб.
  • 3-17 As soon as Alcibiades heard of this.mp3 1.06 Мб.
  • 6-09 But Lysimachus now arriving, and claiming the defeat of Demetrius.mp3 1.05 Мб.
  • 4-15 There was at this time in Darius’s army a Macedonian refugee.mp3 1.05 Мб.
  • 4-24 But when he perceived his favourites grow so luxurious.mp3 1.04 Мб.
  • 5-03 Noticing, also, that among his chief friends and favourites.mp3 1.03 Мб.
  • 2-11 Finding himself come sort of his competitor, Cimon.mp3 1.03 Мб.
  • 3-02 When they were met.mp3 1.03 Мб.
  • 2-25 He had great advantages for entering public life.mp3 1.02 Мб.
  • 5-17 But the journals give the following record.mp3 1.02 Мб.
  • 1-23 Now, though Xerxes had already passed through Doris.mp3 1.01 Мб.
  • 1-07 After the creation of the thirty senators.mp3 1.01 Мб.
  • 3-13 Alcibiades, as soon as he saw the torch lifted up in the air.mp3 1.01 Мб.
  • 3-01 Alcibiades was not less disturbed at the distinctions.mp3 1.01 Мб.
  • 4-23 What she said was received with such universal liking and murmurs of applause.mp3 1 Мб.
  • 3-23 Lysander with his fleet passed to Asia.mp3 1 Мб.
  • 2-12 Cimon, while he was admiral.mp3 0.99 Мб.
  • 2-14 Phidias had the oversight of all the works.mp3 0.99 Мб.
  • 4-07 The care of his education, as it might be presumed.mp3 0.99 Мб.
  • 2-13 Pericles on the other hand.mp3 0.98 Мб.
  • 6-22 Pyrrhus, seeing this storm and confusion of things.mp3 0.98 Мб.
  • 3-07 The information against him was conceived in this form.mp3 0.98 Мб.
  • 5-01 And now with the flower of his army he marched into Hyrcania.mp3 0.98 Мб.
  • 4-11 Then he went to Delphi.mp3 0.97 Мб.
  • 1-20 It is said that Themistocles.mp3 0.96 Мб.
  • 1-06 Amongst the many changes and alterations which Lycurgus made.mp3 0.96 Мб.
  • 6-11 And first, he sent away Cineas to the Tarentines.mp3 0.95 Мб.
  • 1-24 Eurybiades, by the reason of the greatness of Sparta.mp3 0.95 Мб.
  • 6-17 He divided his army into two parts.mp3 0.95 Мб.
  • 6-16 And being elevated with his good fortune.mp3 0.95 Мб.
  • 1-11 These public processions of the maidens.mp3 0.95 Мб.
  • 1-05 From Crete he sailed to Asia.mp3 0.95 Мб.
  • 5-04 But he, for what reason is uncertain.mp3 0.95 Мб.
  • 6-18 His affairs being yet unsettled.mp3 0.95 Мб.
  • 2-24 Whilst he was very young.mp3 0.94 Мб.
  • 2-05 When he was introduced to the king.mp3 0.94 Мб.
  • 2-23 Unawares to himself.mp3 0.94 Мб.
  • 1-08 So there was now no more means of purchasing foreign goods.mp3 0.94 Мб.
  • 5-21 However, finding it a hard matter.mp3 0.93 Мб.
  • 5-07 Upon this, at last, Alexander, snatching a spear from one of the soldiers.mp3 0.93 Мб.
  • 2-10 He immediately entered.mp3 0.93 Мб.
  • 6-20 Pyrrhus, upon the coming of these additional forces.mp3 0.92 Мб.
  • 4-05 Alexander (356-323 BC).mp3 0.92 Мб.
  • 4-14 Darius was by this time upon his march from Susa.mp3 0.91 Мб.
  • 5-14 At Gedrosia, his admiral, Nearchus.mp3 0.91 Мб.
  • 4-13 This battle presently made a great change of affairs to Alexander’s advantage.mp3 0.9 Мб.
  • 2-07 But when Egypt revolted, being assisted by the Athenians,.mp3 0.9 Мб.
  • 5-05 The king had a present of Grecian fruit brought him.mp3 0.9 Мб.
  • 3-08 At Sparta, he was devoted to athletic exercises.mp3 0.89 Мб.
  • 2-04 Thucydides says, that, passing over and to the Aegaean Sea.mp3 0.89 Мб.
  • 2-03 When Paiisanias went about this treasonable design.mp3 0.89 Мб.
  • 1-14 Their lovers and favourers, too, had a share in the young boy’s honour or disgrace.mp3 0.89 Мб.
  • 3-10 Alcibiades at once dispatched messengers to Samos.mp3 0.88 Мб.
  • 4-04 And being now grown violent in his temper.mp3 0.88 Мб.
  • 1-15 Nor was their instruction in music and verse.mp3 0.88 Мб.
  • 1-12 Lycurgus allowed a man who was advanced in years and had a young wife.mp3 0.87 Мб.
  • 3-24 Lysander, after this, sails out to Thrace.mp3 0.86 Мб.
  • 3-25 This ambitious temper was indeed only burdensome to the highest personages.mp3 0.85 Мб.
  • 3-15 But notwithstanding the affairs of Alcibiades went so prosperously.mp3 0.84 Мб.
  • 4-03 Upon this he was sent ambassador to the Hellespont.mp3 0.84 Мб.
  • 5-02 Apprehending the Macedonians would be weary of pursuing the war.mp3 0.83 Мб.
  • 1-16 To return to the Lacedaemonians.mp3 0.81 Мб.
  • 2-16 Of all his expeditions.mp3 0.8 Мб.
  • 5-20 Whence then, may some say.mp3 0.8 Мб.
  • 3-14 And now Alcibiades began to desire to see his native country again.mp3 0.79 Мб.
  • 1-21 He went beyond all men in the passion for distinction.mp3 0.78 Мб.
  • 5-08 Alexander now intent upon his expedition into India.mp3 0.77 Мб.
  • 6-02 It was not long after that Harpalus fled from Alexander.mp3 0.77 Мб.
  • 3-03 After this battle at Mantinea.mp3 0.76 Мб.
  • 6-19 Pyrrhus himself, in person.mp3 0.76 Мб.
  • 4-02 Immediately, therefore, Lysander spurred him on to make an expedition into Asia.mp3 0.74 Мб.
  • 3-26 And having hardly and with difficulty obtained leave.mp3 0.69 Мб.
  • 5-13 His voyage down the rivers took up seven months’ time.mp3 0.67 Мб.
  • 5-13 His voyage down the rivers took up seven months’ time.mp3 0.67 Мб.
  • 5-06 ''We are sufficiently punished already''.mp3 0.66 Мб.
  • 4-01 When King Agis died.mp3 0.65 Мб.
  • 02 Pompey.txt 0.1 Мб.
  • 05 Brutus.txt 0.1 Мб.
  • 06 Antony.txt 0.1 Мб.
  • 03 Caesar.txt 0.1 Мб.
  • 04 Cicero.txt 0.09 Мб.
  • 01 Coriolanus.txt 0.09 Мб.
  • 6-15 Some few days after, Caesar himself came to make her a visit.mp3 2.38 Мб.
  • 3-16 Nevertheless his countrymen.mp3 2.35 Мб.
  • 6-05 Antony, once more, upon some unfavourable stories.mp3 2.25 Мб.
  • 4-15 Marcus Brutus.mp3 2.19 Мб.
  • 5-01 After the great overthrow at Pharsalia.mp3 2.18 Мб.
  • 2-01 When Pompey returned back to the city of Utica.mp3 2.16 Мб.
  • 2-09 Meantime Caesar grew great and famous.mp3 2.11 Мб.
  • 2-08 About that time Caesar, returning from military service.mp3 2.08 Мб.
  • 4-03 Cicero.mp3 2.07 Мб.
  • 4-13 He had no concern in the design that was now forming against Caesar.mp3 2.07 Мб.
  • 2-14 Caesar's army consisted of twenty-two thousand.mp3 2.05 Мб.
  • 5-11 Neither were the affairs of Caesar and Antony.mp3 2.04 Мб.
  • 3-15 Thence he passed to Asia.mp3 2.03 Мб.
  • 3-09 In the passage of his army over it, he met with no opposition.mp3 2.02 Мб.
  • 4-14 Whilst these things were contriving.mp3 2.01 Мб.
  • 1-06 The day after, when Marcius, with the rest of the army.mp3 1.99 Мб.
  • 1-14 Pompey the Great.mp3 1.99 Мб.
  • 1-07 Not long after he stood for consulship.mp3 1.94 Мб.
  • 3-07 He was so much master of the goodwill and hearty service of his soldiers.mp3 1.94 Мб.
  • 4-11 Clodius, having thus driven away Cicero.mp3 1.93 Мб.
  • 6-09 Cleopatra, feeling her rival already.mp3 1.92 Мб.
  • 5-06 Brutus took ship from hence, and sailed to Athens.mp3 1.91 Мб.
  • 1-04 It may be observed in general.mp3 1.91 Мб.
  • 4-07 After Cicero had received this power.mp3 1.88 Мб.
  • 5-02 When Cassius went about soliciting friends.mp3 1.87 Мб.
  • 3-11 Afterwards there came letters from Caesar.mp3 1.87 Мб.
  • 2-03 The power of the pirates first cormenced in Cilicia.mp3 1.87 Мб.
  • 1-01 Plutarch - The Roman Lives Introduction.mp3 1.86 Мб.
  • 1-11 When Marcius heard of this.mp3 1.85 Мб.
  • 3-06 There is a law among the Romans.mp3 1.85 Мб.
  • 6-07 But, on the fifth day, Flavius Gallus.mp3 1.85 Мб.
  • 4-10 Cicero was at this time his friend.mp3 1.83 Мб.
  • 6-08 Antony ran from one place to another.mp3 1.83 Мб.
  • 2-05 Pompey in the meantime made an invasion into Armenia.mp3 1.81 Мб.
  • 2-04 When the news came to Rome.mp3 1.81 Мб.
  • 1-08 He came, therefore, as it were, to make his apology.mp3 1.81 Мб.
  • 5-05 But the next day, the senate being assembled in the temple of the Earth.mp3 1.79 Мб.
  • 5-08 About the time that they were going to pass out of Asia.mp3 1.79 Мб.
  • 3-12 Caesar took into his army all those whom he found in any town.mp3 1.79 Мб.
  • 6-12 When they engaged, there was no charging or striking of one ship.mp3 1.78 Мб.
  • 2-02 In the meantime Sertorius died.mp3 1.78 Мб.
  • 4-02 The place which was destined for the scene of this murder.mp3 1.78 Мб.
  • 3-08 After this action, Caesar left his army at their winter quarters.mp3 1.77 Мб.
  • 4-09 At this time, therefore, Cicero's authority was very great.mp3 1.77 Мб.
  • 1-10 The Romans themselves soon furnished Marcius and Tullus.mp3 1.74 Мб.
  • 6-01 Cicero was at this time the man of the greatest influence in Rome.mp3 1.73 Мб.
  • 4-12 But as soon as Caesar was marched into Spain.mp3 1.72 Мб.
  • 6-14 When he understood she was alive.mp3 1.72 Мб.
  • 2-07 The splendour and magnificence of Pompey's triumph.mp3 1.72 Мб.
  • 5-13 He also had a very good and noble appearance.mp3 1.71 Мб.
  • 3-03 Caesar.mp3 1.71 Мб.
  • 2-12 But Pompey, arriving at Brundusium.mp3 1.7 Мб.
  • 2-11 Caesar, on the other side, was more and more vigorous.mp3 1.69 Мб.
  • 6-06 The war was now become grievous to both parties.mp3 1.68 Мб.
  • 1-09 Marcius alone, himself, was neither stunned nor humiliated.mp3 1.67 Мб.
  • 6-13 At the same, they sent ambassadors to Caesar.mp3 1.66 Мб.
  • 5-12 Mark Antony.mp3 1.64 Мб.
  • 4-01 This made the multitude turn their thoughts to Marcus Brutus.mp3 1.64 Мб.
  • 5-10 Cassius had been forced to fly with a few about him.mp3 1.63 Мб.
  • 1-02 Plutarch begins his sequence of Roman Lives.mp3 1.62 Мб.
  • 2-06 Pompey having now by his forces under the command of Afranius.mp3 1.61 Мб.
  • 2-15 Pompey, sailing by the city of Amphipolis.mp3 1.61 Мб.
  • 4-04 But after he had received the news of Sulla's death.mp3 1.61 Мб.
  • 4-05 He had a very pleasant seat at Arpi.mp3 1.61 Мб.
  • 6-03 Such being his temper, the last and crowning mischief that could befall him.mp3 1.61 Мб.
  • 1-05 The Romans were now at war with the Voiscian nation.mp3 1.6 Мб.
  • 6-04 Plato admits four sorts of flattery.mp3 1.6 Мб.
  • 5-09 Brutus that night at supper showed himself very cheerful.mp3 1.59 Мб.
  • 5-04 Now when the senate was gone in before to the chamber.mp3 1.57 Мб.
  • 1-12 Having spoken thus, she took Vergilia by the hand.mp3 1.56 Мб.
  • 5-15 These passages gave great encouragement to Brutus and Cassius.mp3 1.56 Мб.
  • 5-07 Having made his army, that was very considerable.mp3 1.54 Мб.
  • 2-10 On his return into the city Pompey married Cornelia.mp3 1.54 Мб.
  • 4-06 Cicero, endeavouring in the first place to provide a remedy.mp3 1.53 Мб.
  • 3-05 At this time, Metellus, the High-Priest died.mp3 1.53 Мб.
  • 3-02 These were the last words he spoke to his friends.mp3 1.52 Мб.
  • 3-14 Pompey fled to Egypt, pursued by Caesar.mp3 1.52 Мб.
  • 3-13 When the two armies were come into Pharsalia.mp3 1.5 Мб.
  • 3-10 Caesar had long ago resolved upon the overthrow of Pompey.mp3 1.5 Мб.
  • 5-03 But a meeting of the senate being appointed.mp3 1.49 Мб.
  • 2-13 With this determination, Pompey marched forwards.mp3 1.48 Мб.
  • 6-11 Antony, seeing the enemy sailing up.mp3 1.47 Мб.
  • 1-03 Coriolanus.mp3 1.46 Мб.
  • 6-10 The speed and extent of Antony's preparations alarmed Caesar.mp3 1.43 Мб.
  • 3-04 In the meantime Sulla's power being now on the decline.mp3 1.39 Мб.
  • 6-02 This triumvirate was very hateful to the Romans.mp3 1.38 Мб.
  • 1-13 The next morning he broke up his camp.mp3 1.36 Мб.
  • 5-14 There was not one of the many engagements that now took place.mp3 1.32 Мб.
  • 1-15 Thus Cinna being slane.mp3 1.29 Мб.
  • 4-08 Whilst Cicero was doubting what course to take.mp3 1.28 Мб.
  • 3-01 As soon, therefore, as it was resolved upon.mp3 1.11 Мб.
  • 1-16 About this time news came to Sulla.mp3 0.98 Мб.
  • Plutarch - Roman Lives 07.jpg 0.23 Мб.
  • Plutarch - Roman Lives 09.jpg 0.23 Мб.
  • Plutarch - Roman Lives 06.jpg 0.23 Мб.
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  • Plutarch - Roman Lives 01.jpg 0.18 Мб.
  • Plutarch - Roman Lives 11.jpg 0.16 Мб.
  • Plutarch - Roman Lives 04.jpg 0.13 Мб.
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