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October 9, 2006 at 9 PM ET
On the History
This exciting new weekly
series is fast paced and cover's the world's most advanced ancient
civilizations. Building on the success of Rome: Engineering an Empire,
each episode utilizes on site location, authentic reenactments and
cutting edge CGI. The series also uses the perspective of engineering as
the mark left by each society that is examined. The series explores key
leaders of each society as well as roads, super-fortresses, dams,
temples and other structures. Topics
covered in the Engineering An Empire series includes: Egypt,
The Aztecs, Greece, Greece: Age of Alexander, The Maya, China, Russia,
Carthage, Great Britain, The Persians, The Byzantines, Age of Architects
and, Napoleon's Empire.
This is a great series for students, teachers and history buffs alike.
It is do not miss educational TV at its best. As the years go by,
It is no wonder that the History Channel has become the premier family
oriented documentary channel. Such series as this only further THC's
reputation for quality entertainment.
first episode on October 9, 2006 is a two hour special on Egypt.
We give this program an enthusiastic 4 of 5 Herodoti
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