I am always looking for interesting ways to teach History to my kids without the knowing that U a teaching them. HA! With my super busy life, I need the television sometimes to keep them entertained and yet still get good knowledge into their brains. This DVD-set from the History Channel is perfect!
From its unification in approximately 3100 B.C. to its conquest by Alexander the Great in 332 B.C., ancient Egypt was the preeminent civilization in the Mediterranean world.
This special 6-disc collectible set headlined by HISTORY’s best-selling programs; including the acclaimed Egypt-focused episode of the Emmy®-winning series Engineering an Empire, and the highly-rated mini-series Planet Egypt, THE ANCIENT EGYPT ANTHOLOGY pays homage to this rich and complex culture and explores it from its very beginnings as a land of disparate peoples, through its dynastic zenith and to its ultimate decline.
This compendium, featuring over 12 hours of fascinating content and cutting edge footage (including brand new bonus features available for the first time) in one collection, explores the technology, religion, culture, wars and peace that unified this civilization for over 3,000 years, offering an intriguing in-depth exploration into the heart of Egypt never before captured on film. (AVAILABLE NOW; DVD/6 DISCS/$49.95 SRP)
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