In search of the Trojan war - The Age of Heroes (1/6)

In search of the Trojan war - The Age of Heroes (1/6)

Episode 1: The Age of Heroes Part 1/6 In Search of the Trojan War is a 1985 6-part British TV documentary series written and presented by Michael Wood. It examines the extent to which historical and archeological evidence matches with the tale of the Trojan War as recounted by Homer in The Iliad.

In search of the Trojan war - The Legend Under Siege (2/6)

In search of the Trojan war - The Legend Under Siege (2/6)

Episode 2: The Legend Under Siege Part 2/6 In Search of the Trojan War is a 1985 6-part British TV documentary series written and presented by Michael Wood. It examines the extent to which historical and archeological evidence matches with the tale of the Trojan War as recounted by Homer in The Iliad.

In search of the Trojan war - The Singer of Tales (3/6)

In search of the Trojan war - The Singer of Tales (3/6)

Episode 3: The Singer of Tales Part 3/6 In Search of the Trojan War is a 1985 6-part British TV documentary series written and presented by Michael Wood. It examines the extent to which historical and archeological evidence matches with the tale of the Trojan War as recounted by Homer in The Iliad.

In search of the Trojan war - Empire of the Hittites (5/6)

In search of the Trojan war - Empire of the Hittites (5/6)

Episode 5: Empire of the Hittites Part 5/6 In Search of the Trojan War is a 1985 6-part British TV documentary series written and presented by Michael Wood. It examines the extent to which historical and archeological evidence matches with the tale of the Trojan War as recounted by Homer in The Iliad.

"Secrets of Archaeology" Sailing with the Phoenicians

"Secrets of Archaeology" Sailing with the Phoenicians

Sailing With The Phoenicians Sail with a Phoenician captain to the ancient ports of the Mediterranean Byblos, Rhodes, Tharros, Motya, and the famous Roman naval base at Carthage. Experience the cutting edge of archaeological exploration. State of the art technology coupled with enhanced three dimensional graphics allow us to see them as only the original inhabitants could. The addition of high end location photography and insights of some of the world's leading archaeology experts enhance the reality. Secrets of Archaeology Series: Take a virtual reality tour of history's most intriguing ancient civilizations. Uncover the secrets of the pyramids as the Pharaohs reach for immortality, walk the streets of the Eternal City of Rome, relive a step-by-step reconstruction of Pompeii under the shadow of mighty Vesuvius, experience life in bustling Baghdad and journey to Latin America to the mythical "El Dorado". Secrets of Archaeology makes history come alive. I do not own the rights to this video.

In search of the Trojan war - The Women of Troy (4/6)

In search of the Trojan war - The Women of Troy (4/6)

Episode 4: The Women of Troy Part 4/6 In Search of the Trojan War is a 1985 6-part British TV documentary series written and presented by Michael Wood. It examines the extent to which historical and archeological evidence matches with the tale of the Trojan War as recounted by Homer in The Iliad.

In search of the Trojan war - Fall of Troy (6/6)

In search of the Trojan war - Fall of Troy (6/6)

Episode 6: The Fall of Troy Part 6/6 In Search of the Trojan War is a 1985 6-part British TV documentary series written and presented by Michael Wood. It examines the extent to which historical and archeological evidence matches with the tale of the Trojan War as recounted by Homer in The Iliad.

Michael Wood - "In Search of the Dark Ages...Erik Bloodaxe" (BBC, 1980)

Michael Wood - "In Search of the Dark Ages...Erik Bloodaxe" (BBC, 1980)

Michael Wood's brilliant and sometimes moving 1979-81 BBC TV series now for sale on dvd (about bloody time!), laced with wonderful graphics and stirring theme music. This episode (6/8) is about the fierce Norse prince, Erik, ousted due to killing several of his rival brothers (or, fighting near the Black sea, hence his bloody epithet) and seeking to rule York, England, from his arrival on these shores in 947. The kings of Wessex, however, thought differently about having an independent Northumbria. Some theories are that the mighty King Athelstan (died 939) might have installed or allowed an earlier-arriving Erik to rule in the North (before his actual official historical rule 947-54) to act as foil to the threatening Scots and other Norsemen ever since their disastrous defeat by the king in 937?

The Sacred Way

The Sacred Way

The Great Tutankhamen Hoax - Was the Tomb of King Tut Faked?

The Great Tutankhamen Hoax - Was the Tomb of King Tut Faked?

Tutankhamen, the boy king whose tomb was famously discovered in 1922 by Lord Carnarvon and Howard Carter, is arguably the most famous pharaoh in Egyptian history. Every child and adult alike has heard about King Tut, and Carter and Carnarvon have both gone down in history and folklore due to the artefacts they uncovered in the Valley of the Kings. And today, just years away from the 100 year anniversary of the discovery, we continue to learn more and more about the finds. But when you put the information together, when you logically look at the tomb of King Tut, something is clearly very wrong and I’m not talking about the fabled curse. Far from being the greatest historical discovery of all time, have we actually been taken in by greatest historical hoax of all time?

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