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VCD DG 209 G72 (COL)


The hidden history of Rome

Main Title: The hidden history of Rome [videorecording] / presented by Terry Jones ; written by Phil Grabsky, Terry Jones

Published/Created: Bethesda, MD : Discovery Communications, c2002

Description: 1 videodisc in 1 can (VCD) (ca. 50 min.) ; sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

Local Call No: VCD DG 209 G72

Credits: Online editor, Clive Mottock ; colorist, Mark Baugh dubbing ; Mixer, Matt Skilton ; sound, simon Farmer ; photography, Jonathan Partridge ; original music, Dimitri Tchamouroff

Summary: Rome was famed for the decadence of its ruling and the Egyptians for their over-the-top building techniques. However, what about the ordinary citizens of these ancient cultures? How did they lead their day to day lives in an age when the average life expectancy was little more than forty? Did they believe in the pagan gods? What were their sex lives like? What did they do for entertainment? This series is packed full of surprising and revealing little-known facts that shed new light on our understanding of the Egyptians and Romans

Subject: Rome -- History.
Subject: Rome -- Civilization.

videorecording VCD 50 min.
1 video disc in 1 can (VCD) (ca. 50 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
©2002,  2002, Discovery Channel, Inc. , Bethesda, MD
Distributed by Magnavision Inc.
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