HF.66 - Historia Olímpica, Ep.2 – Año 396

HF.66 - Historia Olímpica, Ep.2 – Año 396

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Descripción de HF.66 - Historia Olímpica, Ep.2 – Año 396

roma olimpiadas visigodos estilicón constantinopla


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Felix Lancho Crespo

Oye pues me ha gustado esa emboscada a los Visigodos. Muy buen audio.

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Jesus

Dice la gran profecía olímpica que cuando esta saga alcance su tiempo actual, será el fin del mundo.

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mateospqr

Entre tu podcast, casus beli y niebla de guerra no paro!!!!

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mateospqr

Ya solo quedan 398 episodios para acabar esta gran saga 🤣

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