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Rulers Of The Ancient World: Tyrants, Conquerors
     

Rulers Of The Ancient World: Tyrants, Conquerors

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This program from The History Channel takes a look at some of history's most infamous leaders, including Attila the Hun, Julius Caesar, Hannibal, and Genghis Khan. Also included is a retrospective of the life of Alexander the Great, and a profile of King David, one of the Bible's most legendary heroes. Lastly, the show examines the biblical tale of King Herod the

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This program from The History Channel takes a look at some of history's most infamous leaders, including Attila the Hun, Julius Caesar, Hannibal, and Genghis Khan. Also included is a retrospective of the life of Alexander the Great, and a profile of King David, one of the Bible's most legendary heroes. Lastly, the show examines the biblical tale of King Herod the Great, and chronicles the rise and fall of the Roman Empire.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/01/2011
UPC:
0733961256482
Source:
A&E Home Video
Time:
19:29:00

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The making of the True Story of Alexander the Great featurette

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Rulers Of The Ancient World: Tyrants, Conquerors 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
sergevansteenkiste More than 1 year ago
History gives its audience a nice overview of good and really bad rulers of Antiquity. The series of eight rulers behaving badly stands out because of the in-depth analysis of their respective psychological profile in addition to the narrative of their deeds. The documentaries ¿Herod the Great,¿ ¿Constantine the Great,¿ ¿The Soldiers¿ Emperor,¿ and ¿The Queen Pharaoh¿ are also noteworthy for their content. In conclusion, History gives its viewers the opportunity to get a better appreciation of what these rulers accomplished or failed to accomplish during their lifetime.