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Lost Worlds
 Atlantis, Ramses' Egyptian Empire & Athens-Ancient Supercity  (2006)
[Model AAE-DVD-69074] [UPC 733961769074]
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Running Time: 141 Minutes

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Watch as the lost worlds of antiquity are painstakingly rebuilt, stone by stone.

Atlantis: Archaeologists have posited a radical new theory connecting the remains of a Cretan temple found beneath thousands of tons of ash to the legendary lost city of Atlantis. At last, thanks to scientific technology and historical evidence, the mythical, beautiful Atlantis rises again.

Ramses' Egyptian Empire: Ramses II, the most powerful of all the pharaohs, is known primarily for his great monuments, which are in ruins today. Through audacious feats of engineering, Karnak and the temple at Abu Simbel became wonders of the ancient world - today, they're virtually recreated in all their original stunning glory.

Athens-Ancient Supercity: In the 5th century BC, Pericles developed Athens into a city full of temples, marketplaces and magnificent civic buildings. But his ambition would also lead to Athens' destruction. Using modern technology, ancient Athens is recreated in all its glory, showing the city's fortifications, the Parthenon and the Senate as they once were.

Product Details
Video Run Time - 141 Minutes
Video Format - NTSC
Aspect Ratio - 4:3 Standard
Region Code - Region 1
Packaging Type - DVD Slim Pack
Audio Languages - English
Subtitle Languages - None
Release Date - 2006
UPC - 733961769074
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Travel Video Series > Lost Worlds
Special Interest > Educational Videos
Travel Video Producers > A E Television
Travel Video Producers > The History Channel
Africa > Egypt > Cairo
Europe > Greece > Athens
Atlantis, Ramses\' Egyptian Empire & Athens-Ancient Supercity
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