Media

Honoring Our History 10 – The Roman Republic Part 1

Join us at irregular intervals to discuss history of the European peoples and sometimes get excited about siege equipment. Be sure to check out our previous episodes!

In this episode, Lauritz and Barbute take on the expansive subject of the Roman Republic. In part one, the following subjects are covered: Roman Legislature, Roman Law, The Sacking of Rome, Samnite Wars, Pyrrhic Wars, Punic Wars, Hannibal, Macedon wars, the Jugurthine war, as well as a myriad of interesting observations and characters associated with these. Tune in!

Contact the content farmers on the panel and follow us on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/Lozzablackberg

https://twitter.com/StuckVisor

Leave a Reply

52 Comments on "Honoring Our History 10 – The Roman Republic Part 1"

Notify of
avatar
Sort by:   newest | oldest | most voted
Goolag Sucks
Guest

One of my favorite podcasts

Jarod
Guest

Finally got a chance to listen; Great show guys.

Keith Bright
Guest

Hello nice to be here, mic check.

SirMe
Guest
Free Speech: Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard Spencer Kill Richard… Read more »
TheMaskedUnit
Guest

You words appear to be impotent.

Gorgar Tilts
Guest

Richard Spencer is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.

ChippyMcBarkles
Guest

READ PLUTARCH LIVES

impoppy
Guest

My favorite person in the Roman Republic was Virgil.

He understood the power of information and influence.

Marathon-Youth
Guest
Regarding classical Greece, the Roman empire and Christianity. Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire were fully aware of all the ancient faiths including religions of Egypt, Judea, Zoroastrianism in Persia, Hinduism and Buddhism. None swayed Greece or Rome. Alexander the Great from Macedonia took Greek culture including Hellenism and help change Hinduism and Buddhism. In the subcontinent there were Greeks who converted to Buddhism. In Egypt there were Greeks and Romans who adopted Egyptian faiths but overall these civilizations did not accept other faiths even when Buddhist monks were sent to the Roman Empire to convert. Christianity was not enforced… Read more »
ChippyMcBarkles
Guest

a similar way of looking at that would be to say that the old European religions were lost and people were completely irreligious right before Christianity became widespread… the occasional pagan larping is one of the problems with the alt right (((varg)))

Marathon-Youth
Guest

I do not see it that way. The renaissance changed Christianity to the better. My point was one of the greatest chapters of European history is the Christian era. From music , classical dance, theater, literature, paintings, sculpture, architecture, nation states and so much more took place during the Christian era and by and large, because of the Christian era.
Europe’s greatest achievements from science to empires happened during this time. The 2 thousand years of European Christianity surpassed the achievements of the entire ancient world. That was my point.

feroxmill
Guest

Why is it a problem? Isn’t Christianity totally cucked and devoid of pride and will to survive?

ChippyMcBarkles
Guest

i would say it is not pussified or passive at the least, the church particularly Catholic is totally fucking europe and their white base

astrofrog
Guest

Now that I’ve had a chance to listen to the whole thing, I want to compliment Barbute and Lauritz on their excellent work on this podcast. I’ve been listening for a while and it’s really great stuff. It could form the core lecture material of an undergraduate course in the history of Western civilization. Keep it up, goyim. I’m eagerly awaiting the next episode.

Polar Girl
Guest
I am so glad to see an article celebrating Roman history as white greatness. It predated Cucktianity that eroded and helped eventually destroy Rome yet Cucktians have the gall to claim that worshipping a mythical Jew conceived via an act of divine cuckoldry is what made white people great. Emperor Constantine convened the First Council of Nicaea in 325 but it was Emperor Theodosius I that first decreed that “all Romans should be Christian” and he didn’t rule the Western half of the empire until 392. A continental white empire whose origins went back to 753 BC lasted less than… Read more »
Lorax100
Guest

Romans forced the jews into Europe. Dream on.

Polar Girl
Guest

They brought Jews into Europe as defeated slaves. After 136 AD, Jews never had influence in Rome until it split and only in the Eastern Empire.

I guess Romans can be blamed for originally bringing Jews to Europe but Jews were in no position to destroy Rome.

Lorax100
Guest

Ridiculous. Only 30-40 jews max were abducted into Rome as slaves. The rest went voluntarily.

Jarod
Guest

Well said. Christianity is slave morality and weakness. It removes from men the will to fight and dominate.

Adolphin ++
Guest

Crusades?

TimberlllliillllWolf
Guest

The fourth crusade was taken over by Venitian merchants, and redirected to sack the economic center of the world at that time, Constantinople, and brought the golden shlomo to Venice and became the New economic center in 1204, and in my opinion the merchants have ruled the Christian cult of personality ever since, especially when the “reformation” was put into effect, along with the stock market.

Konos
Guest

The ancient (Greek, Roman, Norse) pagan religions understood mans true self and his close ties to nature. Besides Christian religious practices are incredibly boring compared to the polytheist tradition, which has so many fascinating rituals. No wonder why the church is losing its congregation..

Adolphin ++
Guest

“so many fascinating rituals” yeah like orgies and stuff

All religions are just memes in order to pacify the weak.

Polar Girl
Guest

A conflict Christians eventually lost despite winning early battles. King Richard the Lionheart wisely retreated rather than continue to fight a futile cause some 250 years before Constantinople fell to the Ottomans and less than 100 years before the last Catholic outposts fell.

Marathon-Youth
Guest
The way I see classical Greece & the Roman Empire. -Because of the Roman Empire we had the Renaissance. The Renaissance was shaped by the Greco/ Roman world. It transformed European Christianity and Judaism. -At its height the Roman Empire had Egypt and Judea as provinces. Egypt was a province of the Roman Empire longer than she was a part of the British Empire. -the Greco/Roman world influenced Judaism, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. Through Hellenistic traditions Buddhism got the face of the Buddha. The dome and arch that defines Islamic architecture came from the Roman Empire. Various schools of Hindu… Read more »
Ed Edgerton
Guest

This sounds interesting. I happen to be reading about Roman history now. Europeans are definitely less cruel than they used to be. Look up “Titus Manlius Torquatus.” He executed his own son for disobeying a military order. Overall, I think that European Civilization would be more interesting now if Rome had not conquered most of Europe, plus parts of Asia and Africa. Rome wiped out indigenous cultures and installed its own culture.

Captain John Charity Spring MA
Guest
Captain John Charity Spring MA

I suspect almost everyone was happy to see the back of them.

Ed Edgerton
Guest

Except that they left power vacuums, which led to more upheaval.

ChippyMcBarkles
Guest

the cia says happy dancing Israelis day ed “9/11” Edgerton

Captain John Charity Spring MA
Guest
Captain John Charity Spring MA

That’s retrospective filler.

ChippyMcBarkles
Guest

you should read more of ed’s comments and learn all about things like CHEMTRAILS and crop circles and 9/11 reptilians

Ed Edgerton
Guest

I flagged your comment because you are lying about me. I don’t talk about chemtrails, crop circles, or reptilians.

Many in the alt-right believe that the official story of 9/11 is bogus and that Islamic terrorists were not responsible for the attacks. Moreover, the videos showing planes flying into WTC 1 and 2 are clearly fake.

ChippyMcBarkles
Guest

the moslem killed americans on 9/11 so he could get his 72 virgins, believing in anything else is like believing in Bigfoot

Ed Edgerton
Guest

Your comments are off-topic, and I am not going to continue this discussion with you here.

WHAT
Guest

It`s painful to listen to in headphones because of all the clicking. Barbute needs to work on his delivery as well, pauses are jarring.

Content itself is very interesting.

Barbute
Guest

I do apologise, we had a bit of a break in recording, getting rusty.

VaronosMinxaouzen
Guest

A very good summary of Roman History!

Churchillian
Guest

Excellent. Much enjoyed. I’ve been looking forward to there being more cultural content on the site. All politics makes Jack a dull boy. Thanks for the efforts. Deus vult!

Captain John Charity Spring MA
Guest
Captain John Charity Spring MA

Hey cool it with the Anti-Samnitic comments!

Adolphin ++
Guest

JEWS ROCK!

kenpachi55
Guest

It’s great having historical knowledge in a debate and unless you studied HC you will learn a lot from hearing these

Ike35
Guest

Shhweeet!

Frank Saxon
Guest

We need podcasts about the Reconquista.

Sam Cru
Guest

And the Inquisition!

VaronosMinxaouzen
Guest

And high time on that!

Captain John Charity Spring MA
Guest
Captain John Charity Spring MA

You two also got a taste of a shieldwall as well. IrL field research.

AnonymousWhite
Guest

Just in case you guys haven’t seen it, there’s definite proof (video) HH wasn’t hit by the car. James Fields did nothing wrong.

kenpachi55
Guest

Thousands have been locked up for self defense. We lost a soldier unless the plan is 2 take back our courts right now which is fine by me. It’s bad optics and it’s best to move on politically at least

AnonymousWhite
Guest

Thank you for making these.

astrofrog
Guest

Does this mean HOH is no longer associated with TRS?

Barbute
Guest

No.

Jarod
Guest

Maybe or maybe they think they’ll attract more listeners via this site.

wpDiscuz