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Decisive battles. The ancient world [videorecording] / The History Channel ; produced by David Paradine Television, Inc. for the History Channel Network Productions
DVDs DVDs | Distributed by New Video | c2006
Available at Adult DVD-Nonfiction (Call number: 355.02 D pt.1-3)
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Adult DVD-Nonfiction 355.02 D pt.1-3 CHECK SHELF

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Imprint
New York : A&E Home Video : Distributed by New Video, c2006.
Descript
3 videodiscs (ca. 280 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
System Det
DVD; Dolby Digital stereo.
Note
Subtitle on container: 13 defining moments from the rise and fall of the Roman Empire to the struggle over the Persian Empire.
Performer
Host, Matthew Settle.
Credits
Producer, Allan Sherwin.
Note
Originally produced for broadcast on The History Channel in 2004.
Audience
MPAA rating: Not rated.
Summary
Examines moments that altered the course of history and shaped the modern world. Gives a comprehensive account of the famed leaders and brilliant military tactics that changed history. Visit locations around the world to examine what is known of these legendary encounters. Witness recreations of the crucial battles of Rome and beyond - from Cannae to Marathon to Thermopylae - and follow some of the greatest warriors of all time, including Hannibal, Spartacus, and Attila the Hun.
Contents
Disc 1: The gothic invasion of Rome ; Hail Caesar! ; Herman the German ; Marathon ; Ramses II -- Disc 2: Spartacus ; Thermopylae ; Atilla the Hun ; The birth of the Roman Empire ; Boudicca: warrior queen -- Disc 3: Cannae ; Crassus: Rich man, poor man ; Gaugamela.
Note
Special features: "Ancient mysteries: the secret life of King Ramses II" documentary; "Foot soldier: the Greeks" documentary.
Local Note
MW, 11-06
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Ancient world
ISBN
0767091590 (set)
9780767091596 (set)
ISBN/ISSN
733961762716 (set)
Music #
AAE-76271 A&E Home Video
AAE-76272 - AAE-76274 A&E Home Video
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