A.D. History Podcast

A podcast by Paul K. DiCostanzo, Patrick Foote


60 Episodes

  1. Napoleon (2023): Ridley Scott’s Historical Hit Piece | A.D. HISTORY WATCHES REVIEW

    Published: 2/25/2024
  2. Attila the Hun: P.2 In Power | 431AD-440AD

    Published: 1/24/2024
  3. Oppenheimer: Did Nolan Nail the History? | A.D. HISTORY WATCHES REVIEW

    Published: 10/18/2023
  4. Attila the Hun: P.1 The Early Years | 421AD-430AD

    Published: 7/18/2023
  5. Alaric I Sacks Rome | 411AD-420AD

    Published: 6/21/2023
  6. Brexit 1.0: Rome Abandons Britain | 401AD-410AD

    Published: 2/1/2023
  7. The Modern Reality of Being a Dutch History Teacher F/ History Hustle [SPECIAL]

    Published: 12/17/2022
  8. Should Elizabeth II Be Remembered As “Elizabeth The Great”? | [SPECIAL]

    Published: 11/19/2022
  9. Marcellinus and the Great Tsunami of 365AD & More! | What We Missed 4th Century

    Published: 9/10/2022
  10. The Imitation Game: Decoding Hot Historical Garbage | A. D. HISTORY WATCHES REVIEW

    Published: 8/6/2022
  11. How Did The Library of Alexandria Actually Burn Down? | 391 AD-400 AD

    Published: 7/9/2022
  12. Battle of Adrianople | 381 AD-390 AD

    Published: 6/6/2022
  13. The First Great Migration Disaster | 371AD-380AD

    Published: 4/4/2022
  14. Julian the Apostate: The Last Attempt to End Christianity | 361AD-370AD

    Published: 3/21/2022
  15. War in Ukraine: A Historical Guide to the Russian Invasion

    Published: 3/5/2022
  16. Meet the Huns: History’s Perfect Enigma | 351AD-360AD

    Published: 2/20/2022
  17. Did The U.S. HAVE To Use The Atomic Bombs in WW2? | Mini Documentary

    Published: 2/5/2022
  18. Gladiator (2000): A Historical Fever Dream | A.D. HISTORY WATCHES REVIEW

    Published: 1/29/2022
  19. The Day Santa Claus Died | 341AD-350AD

    Published: 12/11/2021
  20. Why Was Constantine So Great? | 331AD-340AD

    Published: 11/29/2021

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Have you ever wondered about all the history we’ve missed? The amazing figures that are seemingly forgotten, incredible events passed over, or what a picture of true world history actually looks like? Or how history played out in the eyes of those who lived it and made it? The A.D. History Podcast explores the last two thousand years of world history, in an innovative new way. Join hosts Paul K. DiCostanzo and Patrick Foote as they examine the past two millennia, beginning in 1 AD, progressing forward ten years every episode until they reach the modern day. Within each ten-year installment, Paul and Patrick aim to share incredibly important, but often overlooked historic events and figures from around the world in prospective fashion; trying to see history through the eyes and in the world of those who lived it. By identifying these sometimes lesser known, but in no way less significant aspects of history, A.D. History seeks to identify the many disparate threads that weave the fuller, richer tapestry of history from around the world.