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The Sea Peoples & The Late Bronze Age Collapse // Ancient History Documentary (1200-1150 BC)

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  • The Sea Peoples & The Late Bronze Age Collapse // Ancient History Documentary

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    14:20 ONE - END OF AN AGE
    29:57 TWO - BLACK SHIPS
    35:16 THREE - LOOKING WEST
    42:59 FOUR - THE SHERDEN
    1:03:25 FIVE - THE SHEKELESH
    1:14:05 SIX - THE LUKKA
    1:24:56 SEVEN - THE CARCISA
    1:29:08 EIGHT - THE EKWESH
    1:50:25 NINE - THE TERESH
    1:55:55 TEN - THE PELESET
    2:08:42 ELEVEN - THE TJEKKER
    2:12:00 TWELVE - THE DANUNA
    2:16:00 THIRTEEN - THE WESHESH

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    Special thanks to the following museums:-
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    - National Archaeological Museum of Athens
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    Some of the sources used in this production:-
    - N.K. Sandars - The Sea Peoples
    - Robert Drews- The End of the Bronze Age
    - Jeffrey P. Emmanuel - Black Ships & Sea Raiders
    - Eric H. Cline - 1177: The Year Civilisation Collapsed
    - Trevor R. Bryce - The Kingdom of the Hittites
    - Trevor R. Bryce - Letters of the Great Kings
    - Eric H. Cline et al - The Ahhiyawa Texts
    - John Chadwick - The Mycenaean World
    - Jacquetta Hawks - Dawn of the Gods
    - Eric H. Cline et al - The Oxford Handbook of the Bronze Age Aegean
    - Harry Fokkens et al - The Oxford Handbook of the European Bronze Age
    & many more

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    Kevin MacLeod

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  • 2. The Bronze Age Collapse - Mediterranean Apocalypse

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    Sometime around the year 1100 BC, right at the end of the Bronze Age, a wave of destruction washed over the Eastern Mediterranean. It wiped whole civilizations off the map, and left only ash and ruin in its wake.

    This catastrophe, known as “the Late Bronze Age Collapse”, has become one of the enduring puzzles of archaeology. I want to explore how so many societies could collapse all at once, and seemingly without warning, as well as examine the lessons it might teach us in our increasingly globalised and interconnected world.

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    Jacob Rollinson
    Jake Barrett-Mills
    Bryan Tshiobi
    Helena Bacon

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    Title theme: Home At Last by John Bartmann.

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  • The Nordic Bronze Age / Ancient History Documentary

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    The Horse, The Wheel, and Language - David W. Anthony
    Ancestral Journeys - Jean Manco
    The Mound People - P. V. Glob
    Bronze Age Warfare - Richard Osgood & Sarah Monks

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  • The Birth of Civilisation - The First Farmers

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    In the first of a three part series, we cover the earliest origins of agriculture in settlements throughout the Near East, and the great monuments their peoples erected.





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  • The Lost History of The Black Sea | Dark Secrets Of The Black Sea | Timeline

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    The documentary Dark Secrets of the Black Sea journeys to the said region and explores recently-unearthed archaeological evidence of a technologically-advanced civilization that once lay there, now submerged beneath the Black Sea.

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  • 8. The Sumerians - Fall of the First Cities

    2:27:49

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    In the dusts of Iraq, the ruins of the world's first civilization lie buried.

    This episode, we travel into the extremely distant past to look at the Sumerians. These ancient people invented writing and mathematics, and built some of the largest cities that the world had ever seen. Find out about the mystery of their origins, and learn how they rose from humble beginnings to form the foundation of all our modern societies. With myths, proverbs and even some recreated Sumerian music, travel back to where it all began, and find out how humanity's first civilization fell.

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    Jake Barrett-Mills
    Rhy Brignell
    Shem Jacobs
    Nick Bradley
    Emily Johnson

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    Title theme: Home At Last by John Bartmann.

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  • Anunnaki | Full Ancient Humans Alien Documentary

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    Annunaki - 450,000 years ago our ancestors descended from the heavens to engineer the first human beings. To us they were Giants that ruled as Gods over mankind. Now new evidence and scientific research acknowledges their existence on earth but reveals when they will return. The truth of their real origin and purpose is much more bizarre and amazing than anything previously believed. From the Garden of Eden to the Great Flood; from the God of the Bible to the secrets of Enoch all shall be revealed.

    2017
    Philip Gardener

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  • The Birth of Civilisation - Rise of Uruk

    1:16:45

    In the final episode of our three part series, we examine the rapid organisation of communities throughout Mesopotamia from the 7th millennia, which culminated in the rise of the worlds first true city.





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  • The Spanish Flu & How The World Recovered History Documentary

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  • Seven Wonders Of The Ancient World | Ancient Mysteries | Full Documentary | History

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    The Great Pyramid of Giza, Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, Statue of Zeus at Olympia, Colossus of Rhodes, Temple of Artemis, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Pharos of Alexandria, in Season 3 Seven Wonders Of The Ancient World. #AncientMysteries
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  • Worlds Richest Country & Unknown World under Moscow | Mystery Places | Free Documentary

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    Mystery Places: Richest Country in the World, Unknown Underground World of Moscow | Lost Places Documentary

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    In this episode of Mystery Places, we travel to the richest country in the world, visit a mind-blowing hotel in Italy, and visit the USA in Germany. We also check out a chicken-shaped church in Indonesia, and discover the unknown world under Moscow.
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  • History of Spain - Documentary

    1:10:43

    In this video, we explore the amazing history of Spain.

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  • 10. The Han Dynasty - The First Empire in Flames

    2:51:58

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    A city in ruins. A dynasty in tatters. An empire in ashes...

    This episode, we look at the remarkable story of the first empire of ancient China, the Han dynasty. With ancient Chinese poetry, songs and folk music, we look back at the first empire's rise, its remarkable technological advances, and its first, tentative attempts to make contact with the empires of the west. Finally, we look at all the reasons behind the first age of Imperial China's final, dramatic fall.

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    Title theme: Home At Last by John Bartmann.

    Illustration of Qin Shi Huang's tomb by Richard Holmgren: arcdoc.se

  • The Movie Great Pyramid K 2019 - Director Fehmi Krasniqi

    3:37:21

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  • Edward II - Englands Worst King? Documentary

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  • Viking Travel Guide to Sweden ???????? History documentary

    32:36

    We can learn a lot about the pagan religion of Vikings and their ancestors, not only in old books and manuscripts, but in the landscape itself. Sweden in particular is covered in ancient ritual sites which were used by the Norse peoples. Some of them date to the medieval Viking era, while others are much older, yet were still in use during Viking times.

    In this film, I travel around Sweden to show you some of the most fascinating and mysterious archaeological religious sites and, through them, help you to understand a bit more about the ancient religion of the Norse peoples and where you can go in Sweden to see it for yourself. We cover everything from barrows and grave-fields, ship burials, stone ship settings, sacrificial trees and god poles, ritual areas such as the treudd and more.

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    Borg - The May Queen enters the circle
    Bark Sound Productions - Eld
    Myling - Töcken
    Xurious - Steppe expansion
    Borg - the choosing ceremony
    Elegiac - Odin
    Halindir - Hedelandet II
    Ormgård - Sjálfsforn
    Bark Sound Productions - EGD
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    00:00 Intro
    01:22 Viking burial and belief
    06:44 what is a barrow?
    09:20 Yggdrasill and the cosmic centre
    13:29 Stone ships
    16:20 Treudd
    18:02 Släbro
    26:36 Rösaring
    28:51Vada mounds
    31:10 Conclusion

  • The Forgotten Ancient Kingdom of Ebla

    21:48

    Spectacular things were happening in Mesopotamia in the period we call the Early Bronze Age, particularly in the southern part of it, commonly called Babylonia. It was here that the wealthy, sophisticated Sumerian civilization developed, its growth and prosperity greatly spurred by the invention of writing. A magnificent assortment of beautifully wrought items, like those unearthed from the so-called royal tombs of Ur and now on display in the British Museum, testifies to the high level of craftsmanship of the Sumerian civilization at its zenith.

    In the wake of the Sumerian Early Dynastic period ( 2900–2334 BC), there arose in southern Mesopotamia the first great empire in Near Eastern history—the Akkadian empire ( 2334–2193 BC) founded by Sargon, which at its peak extended through the whole of Mesopotamia, and north-westwards into south-eastern Anatolia. Early Bronze Age Mesopotamia’s archaeological remains and prolific tablet-finds provided rich and exciting fields of investigation for archaeologists, historians, and linguists alike.

    But across the Euphrates in Syria, the picture was much bleaker, so it seemed, if you happened to be any of these. Up until the 1960s, third millennium Syria was generally thought of as no more than ‘an illiterate backwater of small communities far removed from the great developments of civilization occurring in Mesopotamia and Egypt’. But there must have been more to it than this! And indeed, it was quite possible that the numerous unexplored mounds (tells) throughout the region did include remains of settlements of various kinds contemporary with the first great civilizations of Mesopotamia.

    Link to original article: First Kingdoms: The Forgotten Mesopotamian Kingdom of Ebla



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    Footage Attribution: Syria: Footage shows ancient city of Ebla following SAA's advance in Idlib


    The Standard of Ur 烏爾軍旗 貝殼,青金石,灑青公元前2500,伊拉克 Shell, lapis lazuli, red limestone 2500 BC Iraq


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    Syria - Ebla and Sergilla


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  • Sea Peoples: The 1200 BC System Collapse

    17:31

    In the 12th century B.C., after centuries of brilliance, the civilized and globalized world of the Bronze Age came to an abrupt and cataclysmic end. Kingdoms fell like dominoes over the course of just a few decades. No more Minoans or Mycenaeans. No more Trojans, Hittites, or Babylonians. The thriving economies and cultures of the late second millennium B.C., which had stretched from Greece to Egypt and Mesopotamia, suddenly ceased to exist, along with writing systems, technology, and monumental architecture. Could it happen again?

    Professor Donald Kagan, Yale Courses
    Eric Cline, PhD, author of 1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed
    Secrets Of The Aegean Apocalypse - History Documentary

    China, Egypt and Orion

    Originally uploaded in 2017 but re-edited in 2020 due to copyright issues

  • The Sea Peoples in the Bible | Bronze Age Collapse | Ancient Canaan

    36:09

    In this episode Seth Fleishman from the World History by a Jew YouTube channel takes us into an interesting story that depicts the Sea Peoples in the Old Testament in a mythical story involving a Jewish woman and Judge Deborah.

    It's in memory of Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) a''h, as we explore an amazing Jewish woman and judge: Deborah. By reviewing her story, we will solve an ancient mystery regarding the settlement of Sea Peoples in northern Israel after the Bronze Age Collapse. We'll be focusing on two groups of Sea People specifically: the Shardana (Sherden) and the Tjeker (Tjekker). With the help of Deborah in the Book of Judges, we will learn about her foes, and then we'll utilize the latest archaeological discoveries to identify these people and their origins.

    For those who may not be familiar with the Sea Peoples they are / were a purported seafaring confederation that attacked ancient Egypt and other regions of the East Mediterranean prior to and during the Late Bronze Age collapse (1200–900 BCE).

    Following the creation of the concept in the nineteenth century, with famous historian Gaston Maspero being one of the first to use the term, it became one of the most famous chapters of Egyptian history, given its connection with, in the words of Wilhelm Max Müller: the most important questions of ethnography and the primitive history of classic nations.

    Their origins undocumented and highly disputed today, the various Sea Peoples have been proposed to have originated from places that include western Asia Minor, the Aegean, the Mediterranean islands and Southern Europe.

    Although the archaeological inscriptions do not include reference to a migration, the Sea Peoples are conjectured to have sailed around the eastern Mediterranean and invaded Anatolia, Syria, Phoenicia, Canaan, Cyprus and Egypt toward the end of the Bronze Age. And in many cases they settled throughout the lands that they raided.

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  • Top 10 Fascinating Theories Regarding The Ancient Sea Peoples

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    Between 1276 and 1178 BC, a confederation of pirates known collectively as the Sea Peoples terrorized the coastal cities and civilizations of the eastern Mediterranean. For the most part, these pirates, who were the Bronze Age precursors to the Vikings of Scandinavia, preyed upon Egypt, which at that time was in its New Kingdom period.

    What followed was a series of destructive raids that culminated in two major battles—the Battle of Djahy and the Battle of the Delta. The former, a land battle, was won by the army of Pharaoh Ramses III. The latter, a naval battle, not only repulsed one of the last major invasions by the Sea Peoples but may very well have saved ancient Egyptian civilization.

    Despite their important role in history and the widely held notion that they were responsible for the Late Bronze Age Collapse, a near-catastrophic decline in civilization throughout the Aegean and eastern Mediterranean, the Sea Peoples remain the subject of controversy.

    Although there are many areas of consensus, some historians and archaeologists continue to discover new interpretations. The following 10 theories present a spectrum of the many different theories regarding the Sea Peoples.

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    This catastrophe, known as “the Late Bronze Age Collapse”, has become one of the enduring puzzles of archaeology. I want to explore how so many societies could collapse all at once, and seemingly without warning, as well as examine the lessons it might teach us in our increasingly globalised and interconnected world.

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  • Did the Sea Peoples Sack Troy? Dr. Eric Cline | 1177BC | Bronze Age Collapse

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    In this episode the well renowned scholar and archaeologist Dr. Eric Cline (author of 1177BC) discusses his views on whether or not the Sea Peoples of the Late Bronze Age Collapse sacked Troy?

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    Trojan War Definition: a ten-year war waged by the confederated Greeks under Agamemnon against the Trojans to avenge the abduction of Helen, wife of Menelaus, by Paris, son of the Trojan king Priam, and ending in the plundering and burning of Troy.

    The Late Bronze Age Collapse: This was a transition period in the Near East, Anatolia, the Aegean region, North Africa, the Caucasus, the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age, a transition which historians believe was violent, sudden, and culturally disruptive.

    The Sea Peoples: A purported seafaring confederation that attacked ancient Egypt and other regions of the East Mediterranean prior to and during the Late Bronze Age collapse (1200–900 BCE).

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  • Battle of the Delta - Egypt vs The Mysterious Sea Peoples

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    Two thousand years before the Vikings set sail, a group of maritime warrior ruled the seas. These seafarers invaded cities from Anatolia to Egypt during the centuries between 1200 – 20 BC, and were responsible for the destruction of the Hittite Empire, among others.



    Despite the havoc wreaked by the Sea Peoples, there is precious little known about them.



    Most of what we know about the Sea Peoples comes from Egyptian records. An inscription by Ramses II at around 1200 BC reads: “They came boldly sailing in their warships from the midst of the sea, and none could withstand them.”



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  • 1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed by Dr. Eric Cline

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    For more than three hundred years during the Late Bronze Age, from about 1500 BC to 1200 BC, the Mediterranean region played host to a complex international world in which Egyptians, Mycenaeans, Minoans, Hittites, Assyrians, Babylonians, Cypriots, and Canaanites all interacted, creating a cosmopolitan and globalized world-system such as has only rarely been seen before the current day. It may have been this very internationalism that contributed to the apocalyptic disaster that ended the Bronze Age. When the end came, as it did after centuries of cultural and technological evolution, the civilized and international world of the Mediterranean regions came to a dramatic halt in a vast area stretching from Greece and Italy in the west to Egypt, Canaan, and Mesopotamia in the east. Large empires and small kingdoms, that had taken centuries to evolve, collapsed rapidly. With their end came the world’s first recorded Dark Ages. It was not until centuries later that a new cultural renaissance emerged in Greece and the other affected areas, setting the stage for the evolution of Western society as we know it today. Blame for the end of the Late Bronze Age is usually laid squarely at the feet of the so-called Sea Peoples, known to us from the records of the Egyptian pharaohs Merneptah and Ramses III. However, as was the case with the fall of the Roman Empire, the end of the Bronze Age empires in this region was probably not the result of a single invasion, but rather of multiple causes. The Sea Peoples may well have been responsible for some of the destruction that occurred at the end of the Late Bronze Age, but it is much more likely that a concatenation of events, both human and natural — including earthquake storms, droughts, rebellions, and systems collapse — coalesced to create a “perfect storm” that brought the age to an end. In this illustrated lecture, based on his book of the same title (1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed; Princeton University Press, 2014) that was considered for a 2015 Pulitzer Prize, awarded the American School of Oriental Research’s 2014 prize for “Best Popular Book on Archaeology,” and is being translated into fourteen foreign languages, Professor Eric H. Cline of The George Washington University will explore why the Bronze Age came to an end and whether the collapse of those ancient civilizations might hold some warnings for our current society.

    This lecture was delivered to the AIA Honolulu Society on February 18, 2021 by Dr. Eric Cline.

  • Piracy and the Bronze Age Collapse | Dr. Louise Hitchcock | Dr. Aren Maeir

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    In this episode titled Piracy in the Bronze Age Collapse we are joined by none other than Dr. Louise Hitchcock and Dr. Aren Maeir!

    Together they guide us into an obscure but important aspect of not just the Late Bronze Age but of the Bronze Age Collapse itself and that is the subject of piracy.

    Are the Sea Peoples merely pirates or is it more complicated?

    What does archaeology tell us about piracy in the Late Bronze Age?

    Were there pirate kings and pirate kingdoms?

    Do we have primary sources on piracy in the Late Bronze Age? Can the Iliad and the Odyssey be taken as a historical source and do these works reflect Bronze Age piracy?

    Why were the Sea Peoples easily defeated in open battle?

    These are just a few of the subjects that we attack in this fun episode on the Sea Peoples, Piracy and the Bronze Age Collapse.



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  • The End of the Bronze Age

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    Around 1200 BC, the countries of the Eastern Mediterranean went into major cultural decline: The Late Bronze Age came to a sudden end.
    Kingdoms that had wielded immense power completely disappeared. For several centuries after this, agriculture was people’s only means of subsistence. These were pivotal changes in history. Explaining them remains one of the big challenges in Mediterranean archaeology.
    In this video, the foundation Luwian Studies presents a comprehensive and plausible scenario of what might have happened.

  • What if the Bronze Age Collapse Never Happened?

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    Civilization may feel like its ending. But there was a time where it really actually did. A time before the Romans, Greeks or Parthians that was forgotten until modern archeology. The Bronze Age. So what if the Bronze Age collapse never actually happened and the societies from it continued onward? Here is one scenario.

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  • 01 Coming of the Sea Peoples - Prelude

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    The Late Bronze Age is a story of collapse. From New Kingdom Egypt to Hittite Anatolia, from the Assyrian Empire to Babylonia and Mycenaean Greece, the coming of the Sea Peoples is a terror that threatens the end of all things. Between April and July 2021, Sean Gabb explored this collapse with his students. Here is one of his lectures. All student contributions have been removed.

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  • Extra History is wrong about the Bronze Age Collapse and Heres why

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  • The Kingdom of Alashiya and the Bronze Age Collapse | Dr. Louise Hitchcock

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    Alashiya, also spelled Alasiya, also known as the Kingdom of Alashiya, was a state which existed in the Middle and Late Bronze Ages, and was situated somewhere in the Eastern Mediterranean. It was a major source of goods, especially copper, for ancient Egypt and other states in the Ancient Near East. It is referred to in a number of the surviving texts and is now thought to be the ancient name of Cyprus, or an area of Cyprus. This was confirmed by the scientific analysis performed in the Tel Aviv University of the clay tablets which were sent from Alashiya to other rulers.

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  • Mystical Monuments Of Ancient Greece | Ancient Mysteries | Full Documentary | History

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    A look at the Parthenon, Acropolis, and the Agora. Pericles, herald of the Golden Age, commissioned tremendous monuments dedicated to Athena, protectress of the city, in Season 4, Episode 6, Mystical Monuments Of Ancient Greece. #AncientMysteries
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  • Was There REALLY a Cataclysmic Global GREAT FLOOD in Human History? | Ancient Architects

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    As many of you will know, Great Flood myths are found in many cultures around the world and many people share the belief that one global event was the cause of so many different flood myths, from various cultures separated by space and time.

    This does seem feasible, especially when we know that global sea level has risen since the end of the last glacial maximum, sometimes gradually and sometimes more rapidly, such as at the end of the Younger Dryas period, some 11,700 years ago. It also seems like a real possibility if the earth was hit by a series of cometary impacts or airbursts at the beginning of the Younger Dryas.

    Yet, the question remains, was there REALLY a global Great Flood in human history. Is such a thing even possible?

    In this video I explore the question and give my opinion based on data and logic and I also give one possible idea of the event that led to the most famous flood myth of all - Noah's Ark of Genesis. Watch the video to learn more!

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  • Baffled Beyond Belief Series | Mysteries of the Ancient Egyptian Middle Kingdom

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    The Middle Kingdom (2040-1782 BCE) is considered ancient Egypt's Classical Age during which the culture produced some of its greatest works of art and literature. Scholars remain divided on which dynasties constitute the Middle Kingdom of Egypt with some arguing for the later half of the 11th through the 12th, some the 12th to 14th, and some the 12th and 13th.

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  • The Origins and History of the Ancient Celts

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    The ancient Celts were various tribal groups living in parts of western and central Europe in the Late Bronze Age and through the Iron Age (c. 700 BCE to c. 400 CE). Given the name Celts by ancient writers, these tribes and their culture migrated and so they established a presence in territories from Portugal to Turkey.

    Although diverse tribes and never a single unified state, the ancient Celts were connected by the Celtic language and marked similarities in art, modes of warfare, religion, and burial practices. Although the Celtic culture was absorbed within the Roman Empire from the 1st century BCE, Celts continued to thrive in more remote parts of Europe like Ireland and northern Britain where Celtic languages are still spoken today.

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    The term ‘Celts’ is commonly used to refer to peoples who lived in Iron Age Europe north of the Mediterranean region prior to the Roman conquest after ancient writers gave them that name. However, it is a problematic label. This is because these peoples were not part of a unified state but, rather, belonged to a multitude of tribes, many of which had no direct contact with each other. The term remains useful for its convenience but it does disguise the complex relations between different western and central European tribes, the overlapping of some cultural features in time and space, and the isolation and uniqueness of other such features. The European Iron Age was certainly a vibrant period of cultural interaction, trade relations, warfare, and migrations.

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  • Plague and the Bronze Age Collapse | Dr. Eric Cline

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    In this episode that the superb scholar and expert Dr. Eric Cline discusses his book 1177 BC and Plague within the Bronze Age Collapse.

    In this episode we discuss how plague should have played a role in the collapse of the Bronze Age Mediterranean but that we are currently struggling to find physical evidence.

    For clarification we do discuss plague within the LBAC and so we don't discuss the ancient texts that do discuss plague outside of that narrow time scope, although we do briefly discuss Homer discussing plague during the Trojan War and though the Trojan War takes place within this period, the story itself was written long after the collapse.

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    History documentary on the Mycenaean Chariots of the Trojan War! Get Total War Saga: Troy for free on the Epic store if you claim it in the first 24 hours of launch on August 13th

    This history documentary takes our Units of History series to the Bronze Age to cover the Mycenaean Chariots of the Trojan War! We begin the episode by looking at the history of chariots starting with the very domestication of the horse. This led to the development of early horse drawn wagons which were turned into battle carts by the Sumerians. By the early Bronze Age, most of the major kingdoms of the near east had incorporates war chariots into their army. The Egyptian Kingdom deployed chariots with 2 man crews of a driver and an archer while the Hittite Kingdom deployed chariots with 3 men crews of a driver, a shield bearer, and a spearman. These war chariots of the bronze age would clash famously at the Battle of Kadesh.

    We then talk about how the chariot made its way to ancient Greece and the Mycenaean kingdoms of the Bronze Age. Here it went through several stages of development which includes the box chariot, the quadrant chariot, the dueling chariot, and finally the rail chariot. We take a look at the sort of equipment and crew associated with each of these and ancient bronze age warfare. Next we talk about bronze age battlefield tactics derived from historical depictions and works by homer like the Illiad which describes the events of the Trojan War. Finally we cover the service history of the Mycenaean chariot and its eventual decline following the bronze age collapse.

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    Research: Josho Brouwers
    Translations: Richmond Lattimore
    Writing: Josho Brouwers
    Narration: Guy Michaels
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    Suggested reading
    Trevor Bryce, Hittite Warrior (2007).
    Joost Crouwel, Chariots and Other Means of Land Transport in Bronze Age Greece (1981).
    Nic Fields, Bronze Age War Chariots (2006).
    Cheryl Diane Fortenberry, Elements of Mycenaean Warfare (unpublished PhD thesis, Cincinnati; 1990).
    Nicolas Grguric, The Mycenaeans, c. 1650–1100 BC (2005).

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  • Early Pharmacopeia: Medical Practices in Ancient Civilizations

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    If we are going to tell the story of medicine, we had better start at the beginning, which means we need to go all the way back to the start of recorded history. Every since we've been writing things down, we've been documenting our attempts at treating illness. Pretty much all of the techniques we employed millennia ago are laughable by today's standards, but in a pre-scientific society, superstitions held sway. Let's take a look at some of the figures who are able to make the first significant strides towards legitimate medicine.

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  • Caesars Civil War ⚔️ ⚔️ FULL DOCUMENTARY

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    ???? Caesar's Civil War (49–45 BC), was one of the last politico-military conflicts in the Roman Republic before the establishment of the Roman Empire. The war was a four-year-long politico-military struggle, fought in Italy, Illyria, Greece, Egypt, Africa, and Hispania. In a series of battles over the years, Caesar defeated his enemies (the Optimates) and became Dictator for life. The changes to Roman government eliminated the political traditions of the Roman Republic (509–27 BC) and led to the Roman Empire (27 BC–AD 476).

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  • Iranian Parthian Empire 247BC -224AD RISE AND FALL - Full History

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    Covers (247BC to 224AD) the Parthian Empire from its founding by Arsaces, its dynastic struggles, wars with Imperial Rome and its legions and its demise and fall.

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  • Units of History - The Exploratores: Scouts of the Roman Army DOCUMENTARY

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    In this Units of History documentary, learn about the Exploratores and the Scouts of the Roman Army. The first 100 people to go to are going to get unlimited access for 1 week to try it out. You’ll also get 25% off if you want the full membership.

    We continue to look at the most famous units of history from across ancient history. While previous episodes have focused on the combat roles of units like the Spartan Royal Guard or the Immortals, in this episode we look at the critical role a unit could play in the intelligence game.

    The documentary begins with the early history of Rome and the relatively low level of its scouting needs whilst in familiar territory. However we show that as it expanded across Italy and in particular abroad, it quickly realized that a more robust system of scouting had to be established. What emerged was the Procursatores, a close screen of cavalry who fanned out ahead of the legions of Rome. We discuss the role of these troops when it comes to patrolling, pathfinding, and foraging.

    However these troops could not cover all the needs of the Roman Army. What soon developed was another group of further range scouts and disruptors known as the Exploratores. We cover how they were used to report on the enemy, locate Roman army camps, and perform operations behind enemy lines.

    Stay tuned for our next episode where we will discuss the spies and Speculatores who further added to Rome's impressive intelligence network that helped the Roman Legions become so successful. What Units of History do you want to see covered next?

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    Writing: Invicta
    Narration: Guy Michaels
    Artwork: Penta Limited
    Editing: Penta Limited

    Sources and Suggested Reading
    The Roman Army by Adrian Goldsworthy
    Roman Warfare by Adrian Goldsworthy
    Intelligence Activities in Ancient Rome by Rose Mary Sheldon
    Exploratio: Military & Political Intelligence in the Roman World from the Second Punic War to the Battle of Adrianople By N. J. E. Austin, N. B. Rankov
    Spies and spying in Caesar’s “Bellum Gallicum” by Jane Crawford
    The Missing Dimension of C. Julius Caesar by Amiram Ezov
    The Scouts of the Late Roman Army and a Disputed Etymology by Philip Rance

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  • Crystal Carvings of 10th Century Egypt | Perspective

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    Oxford historian Dr Janina Ramirez sets ex-forger Shaun Greenhalgh his hardest task yet. Shaun has to carve an Islamic bottle out of rock crystal in the style of the 10th-century Egyptian Fatimids. Rock crystal is notoriously fragile. Sourcing the right quantities of it is almost impossible. The real problems begin, however, when the carving is finished.

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  • Who Were The Ancient Greek Gods? | Lost Gods | Parable

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    When the Western world lay under a pool of ignorance and savagery, a new power was rising in the land - people who would raise up cities of marble and worship their many gods from the high places within them. Their philosophers questioned the heavens and the earth, their astronomers mapped the skies, and their mathematicians measured the planets. They would produce art, sculpture, drama and architecture so wondrous that the Romans would copy it. They were the Greeks.

    From a time before time was first measured, humankind has pondered the question of God. As the image of that god formed in their mind, they fashioned it in wood, paint and stone and housed it in holy places. The ancient world was populated with gods beyond counting. Today, just one God dominates the world of believers. Where have the old gods gone? Our quest is to peel away the layers of time to examine the civilizations that brought the gods to power and honoured them with art and architecture and to discover the ultimate fate of the Lost Gods.

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  • What Was Life Like In The First Century? | Living In The Time Of Jesus | Parable

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    Jesus is said to have overturned the tables of money changers in the Temple. But who were these people, and whose money were they changing? Host Arne Kislenko opens a window into how people made ends meet 2,000 years ago.

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  • Ancient Egypts New Chronology by Egyptologist Dr. Rohl

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    New Chronology is an alternative chronology of the ancient Near East developed by English Egyptologist David Rohl and other researchers beginning with A Test of Time: The Bible - from Myth to History in 1995.

    It contradicts mainstream Egyptology by proposing a major revision of the established Egyptian chronology, in particular by re-dating Egyptian kings of the Nineteenth through Twenty-fifth Dynasties, bringing forward conventional dating by up to 350 years.

    David Rohl's published works A Test of Time (1995), Legend (1998), The Lost Testament (2002), and The Lords of Avaris (2007) set forth Rohl's theories for re-dating the major civilizations of the ancient world. A Test of Time proposes a down-dating (bringing closer to the present), by several centuries, of the New Kingdom of Egypt, thus needing a major revision of the conventional chronology of ancient Egypt.

    Rohl asserts that this would let scholars identify some of the major events in the Hebrew Bible with events in the archaeological record and identify some of the well-known biblical characters with historical figures who appear in contemporary ancient texts. Lowering the Egyptian dates also dramatically affects the dating of dependent chronologies, such as that currently used for the Greek Heroic Age of the Late Bronze Age, removing the Greek Dark Ages, and lowering the dates of the Trojan War to within two generations of a ninth-century-BC Homer and his most famous composition: the Iliad.

    The New Chronology, one of several proposed radical revisions of the conventional chronology, has not been accepted in academic Egyptology, where the conventional chronology or small variations of it remains standard.


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