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Secrets Of Lost Empires
 Colosseum-Stonehenge  (1997)
[Model WGBH-DVD-40709] [ISBN 159375552X] 
[UPC 783421407091]

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Running Time: Approx. 112 Min


Closed Captioned Dolby Analog
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Colosseum

Ancient Romans flocked to this massive amphitheater by the tens of thousands, eagerly awaiting a bloody spectacle. As each gory show played on, the audience was sure to stay cool-thanks to a billowing canopy that protected them from the blazing Mediterranean sun.

But how did the Roman builders completely cover the Colosseum? Even today's engineers don't usually attempt to roof an entire arena- and those that do rely on modern materials. Not a shred of the ancient roof has survived, so NOVA tries out two competing concepts. Every clue is precious-whether below the streets of Rome or in a puzzling painting from Pompeii.

Stonehenge

It's one of the most mysterious places on earth: a strange circle of stones, standing over the plains of England. Legends have linked Stonehenge to everyone from pagan druids to Merlin, but science has recently determined that this enigmatic temple was built by early Britons some 4,500 years ago. The question of how has been a matter of mere conjecture...until now.

NOVA sends archaeologist Julian Richards, engineer Mark Whitby, and stonemason Roger Hopkins (of This Old House) on a mission: to move, raise, and cap a Stonehenge-like structure, armed only with Stone Age tools.

 

Product Details
Video Run Time - Approx. 112 Min
Video Format - NTSC
Aspect Ratio - 4:3 Standard
Region Code - Region 1
Packaging Type - Amaray
Audio Languages - English
Release Date - 1997
ISBN - 159375552X
UPC - 783421407091
LOC - LL5
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Travel Video Series > Secrets of Lost Empires
Travel Video Producers > Wgbh Boston Video
Europe > Italy > Pompeii
Europe > Italy > Rome
Europe > United Kingdom > England
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 15 February, 2006.
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