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94 of 94 (100%) sections assigned

94 of 94 (100%) sections completed

This project has a dedicated proof-listener who will listen to all sections: Kitty

SectionTitleReaderNotesListen UrlStatus
1 The last token, painting, frontispiece  Kitty PL OK
2 Greece Part I: Stories from Greek literature: Historical note  Kitty PL OK
3 The story of Oedipus, by Sophocles, retold by Rev. G. W. Cox  Kitty PL OK
4 The sacrifice of Iphigenia, by Euripides  alanmapstone moniaqua Kitty WiltedScribe mightyfelix Foon PL OK
5 The deification of Homer, painting p. 22  Kitty PL OK
6 Princess Nausicaa and the shipwrecked sailor, by Homer  neecheelok70 PL OK
7 The meeting between Odysseus and his father, by Homer  neecheelok70 PL OK
8 Greece Part II: Life in Early Greece: Historical note  moniaqua PL OK
9 How the Spartan boys were trained (about the ninth century B.C.), by Plutarch  neecheelok70 PL OK
10 Solon, who made laws for the Athenians (639-559 B.C.), by Eva March Tappan  neecheelok70 PL OK
11 At the Olympian Games (after the eighth century B.C.), by Charles Diehl  neecheelok70 PL OK
12 The chariot race (after the eighth century B.C.), by Sophocles  WiltedScribe PL OK
13 Greek girls playing ball, painting p. 75  neecheelok70 PL OK
14 Ode on a Grecian urn, by John Keats  NemoR PL OK
15 Greece Part III: War with Persia: Historical note  knotyouraveragejo PL OK
16 The battle of Marathon (490 B.C.), by E. S. Creasy  neecheelok70 PL OK
17 The Lemnian: a story of Thermopylae (480 B.C.), by John Buchan  neecheelok70 PL OK
18 How Themistocles brought about the battle of Salamis (480 B.C.) by Plutarch  KTBMedia PL OK
19 Greece Part IV: The Golden Age of Athens: Historical note  knotyouraveragejo PL OK
20 Pericles and his age (465-429 B.C.) by Eva March Tappan  ColleenMc PL OK
21 A religious procession in honor of Apollo, painting p. 128  KTBMedia PL OK
22 In the temple of Aphrodite, by Ernst Eckstein  ColleenMc PL OK
23 The bout between the poets (405 B.C.) by Aristophanes  alanmapstone moniaqua Kitty WiltedScribe NemoR benderca Foon PL OK
24 The siege of Plataea (427 B.C.) by Thucydides  ColleenMc PL OK
25 When the ten thousand came to sea (400 B.C.) by Xenophon  ColleenMc PL OK
26 The death of Socrates (399 B.C.) by Plato  Availle PL OK
27 Greece Part V: Macedonian supremacy: Historical note  knotyouraveragejo PL OK
28 Danger from Macedonia (348 B.C.) by Demosthenes  rpotenza PL OK
29 Alexander the Great (356-323 B.C.) by Plutarch  adr6090 PL OK
30 In the studio of Apelles (4th century B.C.) by Henry Greenough  neecheelok70 PL OK
31 The death of Alexander the Great, painting p. 204  Hypatia PL OK
32 Greece Part VI: From the Roman conquest to the nineteenth century: Historical note  knotyouraveragejo PL OK
33 The sale of the philosophers (second century A.D.) by Lucian  Roger ToddHW alanmapstone moniaqua silverquill SonOfTheExiles catharmaiden Kitty WiltedScribe neecheelok70 SaraHale adr6090 mightyfelix Craigos bluechien NemoR benderca Foon BurgundyGrace PL OK
34 Marco Bozzaris (1823), by Fitz-Greene Halleck  alanmapstone PL OK
35 The Isles of Greece, by Lord Byron  NemoR PL OK
36 Rome Part I: History and legend: Historical note  knotyouraveragejo PL OK
37 Funeral games in honor of Anchises, by Virgil, from translation of Christopher Pearse Cranch  adr6090 PL OK
38 The arrival of Aeneas in Italy, by Virgil, from translation of Christopher Pearse Cranch  neecheelok70 PL OK
39 How Rome was founded (753 B.C. ?), by Jacob Abbott  adr6090 PL OK
40 The contest between the Horatii and the Curiatii (about 650 B.C. ?), by Livy  neecheelok70 PL OK
41 Brutus condemning his sons to death, painting p. 268  Hypatia PL OK
42 Horatius (508 B.C. ?), by Thomas Babington Macaulay  NemoR PL OK
43 How the Plebeians won their rights, by Eva March Tappan  realisticspeakers PL OK
44 Rome Part II: Stories of the Italian wars: Historical note  knotyouraveragejo PL OK
45 When Coriolanus spared Rome (490 B.C. ?), by Thomas Arnold  Fishfish PL OK
46 How Cincinnatus saved the consul (455 B.C.), by Thomas Arnold  BurgundyGrace PL OK
47 The fall of Veii (396 B.C.) by Thomas Arnold  neecheelok70 PL OK
48 The geese that saved the Capitol (364 B.C.) by Thomas Arnold  mightyfelix PL OK
49 Rome Part III: Rome becomes mistress of the world: Historical note  knotyouraveragejo PL OK
50 The Romans of the Early Republic and their ways, by Eva March Tappan  RufusNight PL OK
51 How Hannibal made his way to Italy (218 B.C.), by Livy  neecheelok70 PL OK
52 Hannibal crossing the Rhone, painting p. 336  Availle PL OK
53 How Archimedes defended Syracuse (212 B.C.), by Livy  ehrgeiziges PL OK
54 Marius to the Roman people (106 B.C.), by Sallust  Fishfish PL OK
55 Spartacus to the gladiators (73 B.C.), by Elijah Kellogg  Availle PL OK
56 On the death of Lesbia's sparrow, by Catullus  alanmapstone PL OK
57 Rome Part IV: Julius Caesar: Historical note  Hypatia PL OK
58 Cicero denouncing Catiline in the Roman senate, painting p. 368  alanmapstone PL OK
59 When Caesar crossed the Rubicon (49 B.C.), by Plutarch  alanmapstone PL OK
60 Caesar at the height of his power (48-44 B.C.), by Plutarch  WiltedScribe PL OK
61 The assassination of Caesar (44 B.C.) by James Anthony Froude  adr6090 PL OK
62 At the funeral of Caesar (44 B.C.) by William Shakespeare  alanmapstone moniaqua Kitty WiltedScribe NemoR benderca Foon PL OK
63 Rome Part V: The Augustan Age: Historical note  knotyouraveragejo PL OK
64 Augustus, the shrewd young emperor (emperor 31 B.C.-14 A.D.), by Eva March Tappan  Hypatia PL OK
65 The letter of a Roman university student (44 B.C.), by Cicero the Younger  adr6090 PL OK
66 A Roman bore, by Horace  adr6090 PL OK
67 Why Ovid was banished (10 A.D.), by Maurice Baring  neecheelok70 PL OK
68 Rome Part VI: Rome under the Caesars: Historical note  knotyouraveragejo PL OK
69 The fall of Sejanus (27 A.D.) by S. Baring-Gould  neecheelok70 PL OK
70 In the time of Nero, painting p. 430  SaraHale PL OK
71 The emperor Nero on the stage (67 A.D.) by S. Baring-Gould  adr6090 PL OK
72 The destruction of Pompeii (79 A.D.) by Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton  mightyfelix PL OK
73 A visit to Pompeii (nineteenth century) by Charles Dickens  Availle PL OK
74 How to treat the Christians (112 A.D.) a letter of Pliny the Younger to the emperor Trajan, and the emperor's reply  mightyfelix PL OK
75 Rome Part VII: How the Romans amused themselves: Historical note  knotyouraveragejo PL OK
76 ''Pollice verso'' (''Thumbs down''), painting p. 460  alanmapstone PL OK
77 The dying gladiator, by Lord Byron  WiltedScribe PL OK
78 The Christian martyrs in the arena (64 A.D.) by Henryk Sienkiewicz  thestorygirl PL OK
79 A Roman banquet, by W. A. Becker, adapted from Petronius  neecheelok70 PL OK
80 The country house of Pliny the Younger (end of the first century A.D.), described by himself  adr6090 PL OK
81 ''Ave Caesar'' (''Hail, Caesar''), painting p. 490  alanmapstone PL OK
82 The winning of the first missus (about 391 A.D.) by Georg Ebers  neecheelok70 PL OK
83 Rome Part VIII: The grandeur that was Rome: Historical note  knotyouraveragejo PL OK
84 Marcus Aurelius, the philosopher emperor (121-180 A.D.), by Eva March Tappan  Calleola PL OK
85 Queen Zenobia and the Roman ambassadors (273 A.D.), by William Ware  thestorygirl PL OK
86 The Roman roads, by J. R. S. Sterrett  moniaqua PL OK
87 Constantine the Great (born about 270 A.D. Emperor, 306-337), by Eva March Tappan  adr6090 PL OK
88 Rome Part IX: The coming of the Barbarians: Historical note  knotyouraveragejo PL OK
89 Rome pays ransom to Alaric the Goth (409 A.D.), by Wilkie Collins  eWinters PL OK
90 Huns pillaging a French villa, painting p. 540  WiltedScribe PL OK
91 How the empire was saved from the Huns (451 A.D.), by Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy  adr6090 PL OK
92 Peace with the Goths or war ? (535 A.D.), by Felix Dahn  eWinters PL OK
93 Justinian in council, painting p. 548  Kitty PL OK
94 Belisarius (505-564 A.D.), by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow  Kitty PL OK