Completed chapters are marked in this color.

Assigned chapters are marked in this color.

33 of 72 (46%) sections assigned

17 of 72 (24%) sections completed

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

SectionTitleReaderNotesListen UrlStatus
0 General Preface and Preface to Volume 1  KevinS 11:35 Listen PL OK
1 Chapter 1: Constantine and his City By H. M. Gwatkin  KevinS 22:15 Listen See PL notes
2 By H. M. Gwatkin  KevinS 29:54 Listen See PL notes
3 By H. M. Gwatkin  KevinS Assigned
4 Chapter 2: The Reorganisation of the Empire By J. S. Reid  ej400 Assigned
5 By J. S. Reid  ej400 Assigned
6 By J. S. Reid  ej400 Assigned
7 Chapter 3: Constantine's Successors to Jovian and the Struggle with Persia By Norman H. Baynes   Until p. 62 "... while his Caesar Decentius also perished by his own hand." Assigned
8 By Norman H. Baynes   Until p. 70 "Gaul was once more in peace and the Rhine the frontier of the Empire." Assigned
9 By Norman H. Baynes   Until p. 78 "... and by a crushing blow to assert over Persia the pre-eminence of Rome." Assigned
10 By Norman H. Baynes   Until the chapter's close on p. 87. Assigned
11 Chapter 4: The Triumph of Christianity By the Rev. M. Lindsay  L0ki 26:09 Until the last sentence of p. 94. "... and if possible conquered." Listen PL OK
12 By the Rev. M. Lindsay  L0ki 33:54 Until the last of p. 104. "... and can be seen while adored." Listen PL OK
13 By the Rev. M. Lindsay  L0ki 36:47 Until the chapter's close on p. 117. Listen PL OK
14 Chapter 5: Arianism By H. M. Gwatkin   Until the last sentence of p. 123. "... without falling into Deism." Open
15 By H. M. Gwatkin   Until the last sentence of p. 132. "... More bitterly than ever." Open
16 By H. M. Gwatkin   Until the chapter's close on p. 142. Open
17 Chapter 6: The Organisation of the Church By C. H. Turner  realisticspeakers 31:00 Listen PL OK
18 By C. H. Turner  realisticspeakers 27:55 Listen PL OK
19 By C. H. Turner  realisticspeakers 28:23 Listen PL OK
20 By C. H. Turner  realisticspeakers 14:21 Listen PL OK
21 By C. H. Turner  realisticspeakers 29:02 Listen PL OK
22 Chapter 7: Expansion of the Teutons (to A.D. 378) By Martin Bang   Until p.191. "... over whom Pompey triumphed in the year 61." Open
23 By Martin Bang   Until p. 200 (near the very end.) "... renewed the attack on the Roman frontier defences." Open
24 By Martin Bang   Until p. 210. "... which remained for the present exempt from serious attack." Open
25 By Martin Bang   Until end of chapter on p. 217. Open
26 Chapter 8: The Dynasty of Valentinian and Theodosius the Great By Norman H. Baynes   Until p. 226 "... Valens took up his residence in Antioch." Open
27 By Norman H. Baynes   Until p. 234 "... youthful Emperor of the West." Open
28 By Norman H. Baynes   Until p. 237 "... Immediate peril was past." (Shorter section.) Open
29 By Norman H. Baynes   Until p. 239. End of page. (Short section.) Open
30 By Norman H. Baynes   Until p. 242 "... added the transports of a pardoned city." Open
31 By Norman H. Baynes   Until end of chapter on p. 249. Open
32 Chapter 9: The Teutonic Migrations, 378-412 By M. Manitius   Until the end of p. 256. Open
33 By M. Manitius   Until p. 265 "... in the neighbourhood of Illyria." Open
34 By M. Manitius   Until end of chapter p. 276 Open
35 Chapter 10A: Teutonic Kingdoms in Gaul; the Visigoths to the Death of Eurio By Ludwig Schmidt  CJBURN 27:11 Listen PL OK
36 By Ludwig Schmidt  CJBURN 22:45 Listen PL OK
37 Chapter 10B: Teutonic Kingdoms in Gaul; the Franks before Clovis By M. Christian Pfister  CJBURN 39:05 Listen See PL notes
38 Chapter 11: THE Sueves, Alans, and Vandals in Spain, 400-429; The Vandal Dominion in Africa By Ludwig Schmidt   Until p. 312 "... national, constitutional, or economic basis." Open
39 By Ludwig Schmidt   Until end of chapter on p. 322. Open
40 Chapter 12A: The Asiatic Background By T. Peisker   Until p. 332 "... never tastes oat or barley in its life." Note: Do not read "The Ural-Altaian languages branch off as follows:" or refer to the figure. Open
41 By T. Peisker   Until p.341 "... and others were shorn bare but for two pigtails." Open
42 By T. Peisker   Until p. 350 "... cutting them down at once when they hesitated." Open
43 By T. Peisker   Until end of chapter on p. 359 Open
44 Chapter 12B: Attila By Ludwig Schmidt   7 pages or so. Open
45 Chapter 13A: Roman Britain By F. J. Haverfield   Open
46 Chapter 13B: Teutonic Conquest of Britain By F. G. M. Beck   Open
47 Chapter 14: Italy and the West, 410-476 By Ernest Barker  CJBURN Until p. 402 "... what he could not get by peace." Assigned
48 By Ernest Barker  CJBURN Until p. 412 "... he returned once more to Italy." Assigned
49 By Ernest Barker  CJBURN Until end of p. 422. Assigned
50 By Ernest Barker  CJBURN Until p. 427 "... at the cost of the Empire they served." (Shorter section.) Assigned
51 By Ernest Barker  CJBURN Until end of chapter on p. 432. (Shorter section.) Assigned
52 Chapter 15: The Kingdom of Italy under Odovacar and Theodoric By Maurice Dumoulin   Until p. 439 "... the victory of Theodoric was complete." Open
53 By Maurice Dumoulin   Until p. 448 "... those in the vicinity of Rome in good order." Open
54 By Maurice Dumoulin   Until end of chapter at p. 455. Open
55 Chapter 16: The Eastern Provinces from Arcadius to Anastasius By E. W. Brooks   Until p. 465 "... was restored to favour and made praepositus." Open
56 E. W. Brooks   Until p. 475 "... and live in any city that Zeno might choose." Open
57 E. W. Brooks   Until end of chapter p. 486. Open
58 Chapter 17: Religious Disunion in the Fifth Century By Alice Gardner   Until p. 494, just before "II. In the second period..." Open
59 By Alice Gardner   Beginning with "II. In the second period..." until p. 502 "... with baleful consequences, by the Emperor Justinian." Open
60 By Alice Gardner   Until p. 512 "... things might have been worse if no council had met." Open
61 By Alice Gardner   End of chapter on p. 520. Open
62 Chapter 18: Monasticism By Dom E. C. Butler  Kikisaulite 37:23 Until p. 531 "... 'as they were fast tied by love for her.'" Listen PL OK
63 By Dom E. C. Butler  Kikisaulite End of chapter on p. 542. Assigned
64 Chapter 19: Social and Economic Conditions of the Roman Empire in the Fourth Century By Paul Vinogradoff  Kazbek 28:13 Listen PL OK
65 By Paul Vinogradoff  Kazbek 25:41 Listen PL OK
66 By Paul Vinogradoff  Kazbek 39:11 Listen PL OK
67 Chapter 20: Thought and Ideas of the Period By the Rev. H. F. Stewart  Kazbek Assigned
68 By the Rev. H. F. Stewart  Kazbek Assigned
69 By the Rev. H. F. Stewart  Kazbek Assigned
70 Chapter 21: Early Christian Art By W. R Lethaby  Hopeforce1 40:31 Until the break on p. 608. Ends with "... Listen PL OK
71 By W. R Lethaby  Hopeforce1 26:39 Until the end of the chapter on p. 614. (Shorter section.) And please don't forget the special outro for the close of the volume. Listen PL OK