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Travel: In Situ is a podcast hosted by archaeologist Darius Arya. Each episode finds Arya on location discovering and uncovering elements of the past - from the back streets of Rome to the bazaar of Cairo, from the Agora of Athens to the Medina of Tunis, and from the Vatican Museums to the Roman emperor Diocletian’s palace of Split. Episodes drop each Monday!
 
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Diocletian is the third century emperor that brought the Empire back from the brink of collapse. After generations of uncertainly, his will, administration, military prowess and ruthless drive established a new period of calm that rippled through the Roman empire. Just consider the tetrarchy ruling system, new management of provinces, Edict of ...…
 
Season 8 of Game of Thrones is upon us! So Darius travels to King's Landing & the real-life grandeur of Dubrovnik. Darius explores Fort Lovrijenac (Red Keep on GOT), walks along the city's 2km walls, looking for Cersei. Luckily, local guide & GOT expert Ivan Vuković of Dubrovnik-tourist-guides.com reveals the city's history and tons of insider ...…
 
The assassination of Julius Caesar is one of history's most famous murders in history. Darius talks with author and historian Barry Strauss, who has written the definitive book on Caesar's last days. Darius also walks in real time from Julius Caesar's house (Domus Publica) in the Forum past all of the famed archaeological sites of Ancient Rome ...…
 
Who were the most important emperors in ancient Rome, for better and for worse? There are so many to choose from- and Darius explores Rome's best and worst rulers with author Professor Barry Strauss on the launch of his newest book: 10 Caesars! So let's explore from Augustus to Constantine, and Darius always has an eye on the emperors' impact o ...…
 
Who doesn't like olive oil? It's an essential component of the (once again wildly popular) Mediterranean diet. So, it's high time to really learn the ins and outs of what defines "excellent" olive oil. Darius turns to a world class expert, Johnny Madge (johnnymadge.com), who lives in the Sabina region (and is a frequent visitor to Rome). He is ...…
 
Darius travels to southeast Sicily, to the late Baroque city Modica, to explore the legendary home of Italy's best chocolate. There is no better place than Antica Dolceria Bonajuto to learn about why chocolate found its home here. Darius enters the kitchen with Pierpaolo Bonajuto (his family has been making chocolate here since 1880- 6 generati ...…
 
On January 17, 2019, millions of people around the world learned about the small historic town of Sambuca di Sicilia through viral news coverage of its offer to sell historic homes for one euro. The city received 100,000 email requests, and Darius was among the many interested in a visit. In particular, he wanted to focus on the issues of herit ...…
 
Italian wines are famous, but how much do you really know about them? Darius certainly loves Italian wine, but craves to learn more about them and their history. So, he sits down with sommelier Sarah May Grunwald (www.antiquatours.com) to talk about the wonderful wines produced in the region of Lazio in the charming setting of Massimo's L'ANGOL ...…
 
The Are Pacis (Altar of Peace) of Augustus is arguably the best preserved monument from the reign of Augustus (31 BC- AD 14). It is also in an impressive setting, centro Rome's latest museum creation, by architect Richard Meier, in traditionally Roman travertine stone, with massive windows and sunroof, matched with an integrated series of video ...…
 
If you study your history, you'll know that Rome has suffered ups and downs: fires, floods, earthquakes, sackings! But in more recent times, the upswing in Roman city administrations leading up to the time of the Julibeo celebration in 2000 is long gone. Now it's a long, hard road ahead, with the past mayors (and current Mayor Virigina Raggi) u ...…
 
Darius sits down at a local cafe in Rome with Daisy de Plume, creator of "That Muse" (THATmuse.com "treasure hunt at the museum") an innovative company that engages visitors in Paris (d'Orsay, Louvre, streets of Paris), London (British Museum, Victoria and Albert, and more), with an eye on Rome, where she once studied art history. Darius and Da ...…
 
Join Darius with his friend, tour guide and all-around Rome expert Ettore Bellardini in the Roman Forum for a walk around the Temple of Saturn, on the occasion of the end of year celebration from December 17-23. For an intimate look at Roman religion, archaeology, art, and history. At the end of December, walk with them as they recall the event ...…
 
Darius kicks off his new podcast with a walk through his dynamic, historic neighborhood, in the heart of Rome. From the moment he walks down his apartment steps, through the courtyard gate, dropping off the trash, and clicking the front door of his building open, he introduces you intimately to his city: Travel to Campo de' Fiori, Piazza Farnes ...…
 
Introducing Travel: In Situ with Darius Arya. This is a podcast hosted by archaeologist Darius Arya. Each episode finds Arya on location discovering and uncovering elements of the past - from the back streets of Rome to the bazaar of Cairo, from the Agora of Athens to the Medina of Tunis, and from the Vatican Museums to the Roman emperor Diocle ...…
 
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