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Solzhenitsyn (1918-2008) was raised in a family of Russian Orthodox Christians, but he was schooled as an atheistic communist. Even though he joined Soviet organizations and the Russian army, he grew to despise Stalin. When his letters exposed his feelings to the communist leaders, he ...
The Golden Age of Athenian Greece is re-created, showing daily life and customs. The evolution of the Acropolis and monuments such as the Parthenon and the Erechtheion are described in detail. Computer-animated reconstructions give viewers a first-hand experience of less well-known ...
Introduction to the philosophy and achievements of Ancient China. Beginning with the geography of the country, the episode relates China's vast climatic contrasts to the Chinese belief in natural forces in a state of balance. Beginning at 5,000 years B.C., it traces the Chinese ...
From the annual flooding of the Nile to the mysteries of the Rosetta stone, students learn key facts about this civilization. They also learn what was happening during the same period of time in India and Arabia. The episode includes a sequence on Napoleon’s visit to Egypt, the ...
Discover one of the most influential cultures in Western civilization by touring the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, the great city of Corinth, the Temple of Zeus (home of the Olympic Games), Delphi's Temple of Apollo, Agamemnon's Mycenae, and the island Santorini, perhaps the site of the ...
From their beginnings as wandering nomads led by Abraham, the Israelites evolved into a civilization when King David captured Jerusalem from other Semitic peoples. Computer-animated reconstructions let viewers see how his son, Solomon, expanded the city and built the Temple, how it was ...
Learn of the remarkable achievements of the Ancient Japanese Empire. Against a background of mountain islands rising out of the sea, the episode tells how the Chinese influenced the First Great Warrior to develop a religion that stressed harmony and balance, how he merged clans into ...
See magnificent Rome as it was 2,000 years ago. Experience the Colosseum as it appeared to the Roman Empire. Computer-animated reconstructions make it possible to witness first-hand the people of the ancient civilization spreading their culture from England to the Persian ...
Argentina derives its name from the Spanish word for silver, which brought the early Europeans to this land, but it is a country of still-untapped wealth. The stark, spectacular beauty of the Patagonia and the Tierra del Fuego wildernesses is contrasted with the somewhat faded but ...
The Ark of the Hebrew Covenant, said to contain the original Ten Commandments, is not mentioned again in the Old Testament after the Babylonians destroyed Solomon's temple. This program discusses the Ark's construction, its many appearances in the Bible, and the theories regarding ...

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