History

Saving the Temples of the Nile

Saving the Temples of the Nile

2008, History

In 1255 B.C. the great Egyptian pharaoh Ramses II built The Great Temple of Abu Simbel along the banks of the Nile. The temple, along with its twin, a smaller temple or his wife, Queen Nefertari, are a prime example of Ancient...

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8.22
Richard the Lionheart

Richard the Lionheart

2021, History

This is a fascinating film about one of England's most famous king, admired throughout the centuries for being heroic and brave and a pivotal Christian commander during the Crusades. Despite being a king for only a decade, from...

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8.14
Man in Cave

Man in Cave

2022, History

Caves are fascinating yet dangerous: they are dark, forbidding and unstable. And while they often house geological wonders, caves are a claustrophobic's worst nightmare because they could collapse at any given time, and it...

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8.50
Once Upon a Time in Iraq

Once Upon a Time in Iraq

2020, History

The last two decades have been highly tumultuous for the country of Iraq. Dictator Saddam Hussein has oppressed its people from the late 70s until he was ousted by invading Americans in 2003. When he was removed from power,...

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8.80
The Assyrians: Empire of Iron

The Assyrians: Empire of Iron

2021, History

The Assyrian Empire was one of the greatest empires the world has ever known. From 2100 to 1400 BC, it was a thriving Mesopotamian city-state. By the mid-1300 BC, it had emerged as a mighty empire, ruling large areas of the...

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8.57
After Rome: The War for Britain

After Rome: The War for Britain

2021, History

Britain was once part of the Roman Empire from about 50AD to the mid 4th century. By the time the Visogoths sacked Rome towards the end of the 4th century, the physical presence in Britain and most traces of Roman culture and...

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7.75