A history podcast looking at the collapse of a different civilization each episode. What did they have in common? Why did they fall? And what did it feel like to watch it happen?

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The Fall of Civilizations pod is quite good. Reminds us that technological progress is not an inevitable state of affairs. Many other civilizations have fallen before ours; we’re like video game players who have just gotten to the highest level thus far.

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i like fall of civilisations a lot, a good blend of critical and lyrical imo

I would suggest the @Fall_of_Civ_Pod podcast. Excellent story telling. Really brings you in the perspective of an observer witnessing how many great ancient civilizations rose and fell.

Your best next pick should be the @Fall_of_Civ_Pod

Check out the Fall of Civilizations podcast, specifically the ones about the empires of the America’s

@Fall_of_Civ_Pod because you'll visit these cradles of early human flourishing in your imagination while listing, incredibly production value by @PaulMMCooper

Fall of Civilizations podcast is superb.