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Ovid Therapeutics is a company focused exclusively on developing impactful medicines for patients and families living with rare neurological disorders. Hosted by Amit Rakhit, MD, MBA, this is our podcast. This is Bold Medicine.
 
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Timely topics and the latest news in health sciences and medicine from Ovid, part of Wolters Kluwer Health and a leading global provider of online information solutions for medical schools; hospitals and healthcare systems; pharmaceutical, engineering and biotechnology companies; colleges and universities; academic research libraries and library consortia; and HMOs and clinical practices. OvidSP, Ovid's leading information search and discovery platform, makes research smarter, faster, and mo ...
 
How do the themes of classical mythology come to be refashioned through the ages? Holkham Hall in Norfolk, England, is the estate of an 18th century gentleman, Thomas Coke - a scholar of epic classical authors and avid collector of the cultural beauties of the past. This album offers an opportunity to explore his house and prolific art collection, including his lavishly illustrated manuscript of Ovid's "Metamorphoses". Ovid inspired artists ranging from 2nd century sculptors to medieval illu ...
 
Sappho lived in the Greek-speaking Aeolian islands off the coast of Turkey. She is one of the very few female poets from antiquity. Although her work was very popular in ancient Greece and Rome, only small fragments survive today. This book includes translations of these fragments, as well as a poem from Ovid's Heroides, "Sappho to Phaon," a fictional letter from Sappho to her assumed lover. (Summary by Libby Gohn)
 
The Fasti is a Latin poem in six books, written by Ovid and believed to have been published in 8 AD. The Fasti is organized according to the Roman calendar and explains the origins of Roman holidays and associated customs, often through the mouths of deities and with multiple aetiologies. The poem was left unfinished when the poet was exiled to Tomis, so only the first six months of the year appear in the poem. (Summary by Leni)
 
This podcast is an introduction to Anglophone literature, from ancient times to the present, done by a Ph.D. with lots of books and musical instruments. A typical episode offers a summary of a work, or part of a work of literature, followed by some historical analysis. The episodes include original music, some comedy songs, and goofy jokes. You can listen to the shows in any order, although from time to time, episodes will make brief mention of previous or upcoming ones.
 
The Metamorphoses of Ovid is probably one of the best known, certainly one of the most influential works of the Ancient world. It consists of a narrative poem in fifteen books that describes the creation and history of the world through mythological tales, starting with a cosmogony and finishing with the deification of Julius Caesar. Published around 8 AD, the Metamorphoses are a source, sometimes the only source, for many of the most famous ancient myths, such as the stories of Daedalus and ...
 
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At long last, fans of "Assam & Darjeeling" can listen to the next chapter in the story of everyone's favorite little girl lost, Jee. In "The Cradle" Jee is enjoying the new freedom that comes with being an exile from the land of the living. But she soon discovers that freedom has its share of discomforts and dangers. Caught in a torrential downpour, she is taken in by a kindly old couple who, it turns out, have story of their own to tell. And Jee discovers yet again that things in the Underw ...
 
How and why did ancient Romans use myth to validate their power? Emperor Augustus legitimised his rule by entwining his own ancestry with the mythical stories of Rome's foundation, and created a divine aura around Rome as capital of the vast empire. This album visits key emblems associated with Rome's beginnings: the Forum and the Capitoline Hill with its statue of the she-wolf and Romulus and Remus; the Emperor Augustus's palace and ceremonial altar, and the 17th Century D'Arpino frescos of ...
 
How and why did ancient Romans use myth to validate their power? Emperor Augustus legitimised his rule by entwining his own ancestry with the mythical stories of Rome's foundation, and created a divine aura around Rome as capital of the vast empire. This album visits key emblems associated with Rome's beginnings: the Forum and the Capitoline Hill with its statue of the she-wolf and Romulus and Remus; the Emperor Augustus's palace and ceremonial altar, and the 17th Century D'Arpino frescos of ...
 
“Who ever lov’d, that lov’d not at first sight?”The wonder-decade of the English drama was suddenly interrupted in 1592, when serious plague broke out in London, forcing the closure of the theatres. Leading playwrights took to penning languorously erotic poetry to make ends meet: so we have Venus and Adonis, The Rape of Lucrece - and Marlowe’s blazing masterpiece, Hero and Leander.Marlowe’s poem became more notorious than either of Shakespeare’s, due not only to its homophile provocations bu ...
 
The Rape of Lucrece (1594) is a narrative poem by William Shakespeare about the legendary Lucretia. Lucrece draws on the story described in both Ovid's Fasti and Livy's history of Rome. In 509 BC, Sextus Tarquinius, son of Tarquin, the king of Rome, raped Lucretia (Lucrece), wife of Collatinus, one of the king's aristocratic retainers. As a result, Lucrece committed suicide. Her body was paraded in the Roman Forum by the king's nephew. This incited a full-scale revolt against the Tarquins le ...
 
On the Nature of Things, written in the first century BCE by Titus Lucretius Carus, is one of the principle expositions on Epicurean philosophy and science to have survived from antiquity. Far from being a dry treatise on the many topics it covers, the original Latin version (entitled De Rerum Natura) was written in the form of an extended poem in hexameter, with a beauty of style that was admired and emulated by his successors, including Ovid and Cicero. The version read here is an English ...
 
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Readings for LATN101: Friends & Enemies of Rome at Haverford College
 
Welcome to Ancient Ideas, Modern Legacies a podcast that explores how ancient ideas about race, sex, art, power, and the environment shed light on our contemporary world.
 
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Statius’ Thebaid, Books 1-6. This epic is hardly ever read or taught these days, but in 100 CE, it was as famous as anything in the Roman world.
 
Statius’ Thebaid, Books 1-6. This epic is hardly ever read or taught these days, but in 100 CE, it was as famous as anything in the Roman world.
 
Petronius’ Satyricon is a contender for history’s first novel, a picaresque filled with sex, misadventures, and details about daily life.
 
Petronius’ Satyricon is a contender for history’s first novel, a picaresque filled with sex, misadventures, and details about daily life.
 
Seneca’s Phaedra (c. 50s CE) is the story of an illicit passion, a stoic cautionary tale and simultaneously vivid character study.
 
Seneca’s Phaedra (c. 50s CE) is the story of an illicit passion, a stoic cautionary tale and simultaneously vivid character study.
 
Amanda Moore joins us to talk about her new role as CEO of the Angelman Syndrome Foundation and her leadership within the rare disease community. Amanda and her family live in Indianapolis, Indiana. In 2015 Amanda and her husband, Adam, adopted twin boys, Jackson and Braden. Jackson was diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome in January of 2017 and si ...…
 
Karen Utley, President and co-Founder of the International Foundation for CDKL5 Research speaks with Amit about what it's like to be a leader in the rare epilepsy community, and what matters most to families affected by CDKL5 Deficiency Disorder. What makes me hopeful are the advances in science. They are exciting. There are so many things that ...…
 
Seneca’s Thyestes, probably written around the 50s CE, is one of the most horrifying and influential plays ever written.
 
Seneca’s Thyestes, probably written around the 50s CE, is one of the most horrifying and influential plays ever written.
 
Stoicism, starting with Zeno in 300 BCE, was a popular philosophy by the lifetime of Seneca, perhaps even making its way into the New Testament.
 
Stoicism, starting with Zeno in 300 BCE, was a popular philosophy by the lifetime of Seneca, perhaps even making its way into the New Testament.
 
As we enter the season of high school prom and joining community and friends to celebrate, Autism advocate and nonprofit founder Stephanie Mishler joins our podcast and talks about applying her love of hair and makeup to peers with special needs. College student and special needs advocate Stephanie Mishler combines her passion for the beauty in ...…
 
The Roman Legion and U.S. military are compared through the act of conquest, use and organization of professional armies, and the ability to rise to power through military success
 
An analysis of the deaths of influential people from the Roman Era: Cleopatra, Caesar, Nero, and Seneca.
 
Comparing Public Responses from the Roman World to Today
 
This podcast is about the wackjobs of Rome. Listen to see who we thought was the craziest emperor!
 
This podcast explains how Ovid's collection of mythology stories written under the reign of Caesar Augustus not only impacted the Ancient Roman's view on their culture but also how Ovid's usage of mythology to make statements about Roman society was replicated by modern writers 2000 years later.
 
Martin West Memorial Lecture 2019 Martin West Memorial Lecture 2019 - Perspectivism and the Homeric simile - Prof Stephen HalliwellBy Stephen Halliwell.
 
Seneca the Younger (c 1 BCE-65 CE) practiced the philosophy of stoicism over the course of several volatile, and very different imperial reigns.
 
Seneca the Younger (c 1 BCE-65 CE) practiced the philosophy of stoicism over the course of several volatile, and very different imperial reigns.
 
For mysterious reasons, in 8 CE, Ovid was exiled from Rome. Ovid’s last works were composed an ocean away from Italy, on the western shore of the Black Sea.
 
For mysterious reasons, in 8 CE, Ovid was exiled from Rome. Ovid’s last works were composed an ocean away from Italy, on the western shore of the Black Sea.
 
We're back, and there's no better time to kick off the 2019 season of BoldMedicine. February 28th is Rare Disease Day! Throughout the month of February hundreds of patient organizations from countries all over the world will hold awareness-raising activities celebrating the rare community of patients, caregivers and advocates. We're excited to ...…
 
Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Books 11-15. The vast Metamorphoses draws to a resonant conclusion as Ovid brings his great poem to Rome itself.
 
Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Books 11-15. The vast Metamorphoses draws to a resonant conclusion as Ovid brings his great poem to Rome itself.
 
Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Books 6-10. In the middle portion of Ovid’s great poem, psychological transformations become as gripping as physical ones.
 
Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Books 6-10. In the middle portion of Ovid’s great poem, psychological transformations become as gripping as physical ones.
 
Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Books 1-5. This book influenced thousands of years of later literature, and remains one of our best source texts on classical mythology.
 
Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Books 1-5. This book influenced thousands of years of later literature, and remains one of our best source texts on classical mythology.
 
Ovid’s Art of Love is ancient Rome’s manual of seduction – a record of the steamier side of the Augustan Age.
 
Ovid’s Art of Love is ancient Rome’s manual of seduction – a record of the steamier side of the Augustan Age.
 
The love poetry of Ovid (43 BCE-17 CE) was standard Latin curriculum for hundreds of years, but it was also the product of a very specific historical moment.
 
The love poetry of Ovid (43 BCE-17 CE) was standard Latin curriculum for hundreds of years, but it was also the product of a very specific historical moment.
 
parce, precor, domui, quae se tibi tradit habendam! quod crimen dicis praeter amasse meum? non ego sum Pthias magnisque oriunda Mycenis, nec steterunt in te virque paterque meus. si pudet uxoris, non nupta, sed hospita dicar; dum tua sit Dido, quidlibet esse feret. Nota mihi freta sunt Afrum plangentia litus; temporibus certis dantque negantque ...…
 
pōne deōs et quae tangendō sacra profānās! nōn bene caelestīs inpia dextra colit. 130 sī tū cultor erās ēlāpsīs igne futūrus, paenitet ēlāpsōs ignibus esse deōs. Forsitan et gravidam Dīdō, scelerāte, relinquās, parsque tuī lateat corpore clausa meō. accēdet fātīs mātris miserābilis īnfāns, 135 et nōndum nātō fūneris auctor eris, cumque parente ...…
 
haec mihi nārrārās—sat mē monuēre! merentem 85 ūre; minor culpā poena futūra meā est. Nec mihi mēns dubia est, quīn tē tua nūmina damnent. per mare, per terrās septima iactat hiemps. flūctibus ēiectum tūtā statiōne recēpī vixque bene audītō nōmine rēgna dedī. 90 hīs tamen officiīs utinam contenta fuissem, et mihi concubitūs fāma sepulta foret! ...…
 
ut, pelagō suādente viam, retinācula solvās, 55 multa tamen lātus trīstia pontus habet. nec violāsse fidem temptantibus aequora prōdest; perfidiae poenās exigit ille locus, praecipuē cum laesus amor, quia māter Amōrum nūda Cythēriacīs ēdita fertur aquīs. 60 Perdita nē perdam, timeō, noceamve nocentī, neu bibat aequoreās naufragus hostis aquās. ...…
 
Ūror, ut inductō cērātae sulpure taedae, ut pia fūmōsīs addita tūra focīs. Aenēās oculīs semper vigilantis inhaeret; 25 Aenēān animō noxque quiēsque refert. ille quidem male grātus et ad mea mūnera surdus, et quō, sī nōn sim stulta, carēre velim; nōn tamen Aenēān, quamvīs male cōgitat, ōdī, sed queror īnfīdum questaque pēius amō. 30 parce, Venu ...…
 
Sīc ubi fāta vocant, ūdīs abiectus in herbīs 1 ad vada Maeandrī concinit albus olor. Nec quia tē nostrā spērem prece posse movērī, adloquor—adversō mōvimus ista deō; sed merita et fāmam corpusque animumque pudīcum 5 cum male perdiderim, perdere verba leve est. Certus es īre tamen miseramque relinquere Dīdō, atque īdem ventī vēla fidemque ferent ...…
 
Propertius (c. 50-1 BCE) took the Latin elegiac form to new heights of complexity and passion, even weaving subtle satire throughout his work.
 
Propertius (c. 50-1 BCE) took the Latin elegiac form to new heights of complexity and passion, even weaving subtle satire throughout his work.
 
Terry Jo Vetters Bichell has been the Director/Scientific Officer of the Angelman Biomarkers and Outcome Measures Alliance (A-BOM) since its inception in 2016. Dr. Bichell earned a PhD in neuroscience from Vanderbilt University in 2016, studying gene-environment interactions in Huntington’s disease rodent models, but she has been involved in An ...…
 
(1) Sīc vir fortissimus, multīs variīsque perfūnctus labōribus, annō acquiēvit septuāgēsimō. Quibus cōnsulibus interierit, nōn convēnit. Namque Atticus M. Claudiō Marcellō Q. Fabiō Labeōne cōnsulibus mortuum in Annālī suō scrīptum relīquit, at Polybius L. Aemiliō Paulō Cn. Baebiō Tamphilō, Sulpicius autem Blithō P. Cornēliō Cethēgō M. Baebiō Ta ...…
 
(1) Quae dum in Āsia geruntur, accidit cāsū, ut lēgātī Prūsiae Rōmae apud T. Quinctium Flāminīnum cōnsulārem cēnārent, atque ibi dē Hannibale mentiōne factā, ex iīs ūnus dīceret eum in Prūsiae rēgnō esse. (2) Id posterō diē Flāminīnus senātuī dētulit. Patrēs cōnscrīptī, quī Hannibale vīvō numquam sē sine īnsidiīs futūrōs existimārent, lēgātōs i ...…
 
(1) Tālī cohortātiōne mīlitum factā, classis ab utrīsque in proelium dēdūcitur. Quārum aciē cōnstitūtā, priusquam signum pugnae darētur, Hannibal, ut palam faceret suīs, quō locō Eumenēs esset, tabellārium in scaphā cum cādūceō mittit. (2) Quī ubi ad nāvēs adversāriōrum pervēnit epistulamque ostendēns, sē rēgem professus est quaerere, statim ad ...…
 
(1) Sīc cōnservātīs suīs rēbus, Poenus, illūsīs Crētēnsibus omnibus, ad Prūsiam in Pontum pervēnit. Apud quem eōdem animō fuit ergā Italiam neque aliud quicquam ēgit quam rēgem armāvit et exercuit adversus Rōmānōs. (2) Quem cum vidēret domesticīs opibus minus esse rōbustum, conciliābat cēterōs rēgēs, adiungēbat bellicōsās nātiōnēs. Dissidēbat a ...…
 
Virgil’s Aeneid, Books 10-12. The end of Rome’s great epic is about something Romans of Virgil’s generation knew very well indeed. War.
 
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