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Faces of Ancient Middle East Part 21 (Sea Peoples)
 
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Sea Peoples The Sea Peoples, or Peoples of the Sea are conjectured to have been a thalassocracy or a wave of seafaring raiders thought to have originated from either western Anatolia or southern Europe, specifically a region of the Aegean Sea, who sailed around the eastern Mediterranean and invaded Anatolia, Syria, Canaan, Cyprus, and Egypt toward the end of theBronze Age. The term is commonly used to refer to nine groups of people, although in the historical inscriptions the designation "of the sea" appears only in relation to three (the Sherden, Shekelesh, and Eqwesh). The historical narrative is primarily drawn from seven Egyptian sources which refer to more than one of the nine peoples. The term was first used in 1855 by French Egyptologist Emmanuel de Rougé as "peuples de la mer" (literally "peoples of the sea") in a translation of reliefs at Medinet Habu documenting year 8 of Ramesses III. The nine groups commonly identified as Sea Peoples are, in alphabetical order: the Denyen, identified by some with the Greek Danaoi and by others with the Israelite tribe of Dan; the Ekwesh, possibly a group of Bronze Age Greeks (Achaeans);Lukka, an Anatolian people of the Aegean who may have given their name to the region of Lycia and the Lycian language; the Peleset, whose name is generally believed to refer to the Philistines; the Shekelesh, identified possibly with the Italic people called Siculi (from Sicily); the Sherden, possibly Sardinians or people of Sardis; the Teresh, i.e. the Tyrrhenians, possibly ancestors of the Etruscans; the Tjeker, also known as the Sikil and possibly Greek Teucrians; and the Weshesh. Evidence for migrations of whole peoples are not found on any of the contemporary inscriptions, but versions of a "migration hypothesis" represent the widely held interpretation among scholars of the ancient Near East.
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Lecture (only)- Sy Gitin - Ekron of the Philistines: From Sea Peoples to Olive Oil Industrialist
 
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Lecture - Sy Gitin, Dorot Director of the Albright Institute - Topic: "Ekron of the Philistines: From Sea Peoples to Olive Oil Industrialists" given 3/17/12 at the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, TX For more infomation on the Lanier Theological Library: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/ I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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Sea Peoples Found! Tjekkers , Denyen, Weshesh and Shekelesh. and Maube Danio and Israelites
 
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who were the Sea Peoples of the Agean Apocalypes?
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Faces of Ancient Middle East Part 20 (Ancient Egyptians)
 
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Ancient Egypt was an ancient civilization of Northeastern Africa, concentrated along the lower reaches of the Nile River in what is now the modern country of Egypt. Egyptian civilization coalesced around 3150 BC (according to conventional Egyptian chronology)with the political unification of Upper and Lower Egypt under the first pharaoh.The history of ancient Egypt occurred in a series of stable Kingdoms, separated by periods of relative instability known as Intermediate Periods: the Old Kingdom of the Early Bronze Age, the Middle Kingdom of the Middle Bronze Age and the New Kingdom of the Late Bronze Age. Egypt reached the pinnacle of its power during the New Kingdom, in the Ramesside period, after which it entered a period of slow decline. Egypt was conquered by a succession of foreign powers in this Late Period. In the aftermath of Alexander the Great's death, one of his generals, Ptolemy Soter, established himself as the new ruler of Egypt. This Ptolemaic Dynasty ruled Egypt until 30 BC, when it fell to the Roman Empire and became a Roman province. The success of ancient Egyptian civilization came partly from its ability to adapt to the conditions of the Nile River Valley. The predictable flooding and controlled irrigation of the fertile valley produced surplus crops, which fueled social development and culture. With resources to spare, the administration sponsored mineral exploitation of the valley and surrounding desert regions, the early development of an independent writing system, the organization of collective construction and agricultural projects, trade with surrounding regions, and a military intended to defeat foreign enemies and assert Egyptian dominance. Motivating and organizing these activities was a bureaucracy of elite scribes, religious leaders, and administrators under the control of a Pharaoh who ensured the cooperation and unity of the Egyptian people in the context of an elaborate system of religious beliefs. The many achievements of the ancient Egyptians include the quarrying, surveying and construction techniques that facilitated the building of monumental pyramids, temples, and obelisks; a system of mathematics, a practical and effective system of medicine, irrigation systems and agricultural production techniques, the first known ships, Egyptian faience and glass technology, new forms of literature, and the earliest known peace treaty.Egypt left a lasting legacy. Its art and architecture were widely copied, and its antiquities carried off to far corners of the world. Its monumental ruins have inspired the imaginations of travellers and writers for centuries. A new-found respect for antiquities and excavations in the early modern period led to the scientific investigation of Egyptian civilization and a greater appreciation of its cultural legacy.
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The Three Gods: Baal, Yam, and Mot
 
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Three important Canaanite gods are Baal, Yam, and Mot. Their story is told in an epic myth found in the ruins of the city of Ugarit (destroyed by invading Sea People during the Bronze Age). Here we learn about them and what this myth represents (I may do a blog post analysing the whole myth later, and I may also discuss its relevance today).
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Lecture (Q&A) - Sy Gitin - Ekron of the Philistines: From Sea Peoples to Olive Oil Industrialist
 
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Lecture (Q&A) - Sy Gitin, Dorot Director of the Albright Institute - Topic: "Ekron of the Philistines: From Sea Peoples to Olive Oil Industrialists" given 3/17/12 at the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, TX For more infomation on the Lanier Theological Library: http://www.laniertheologicallibrary.org/
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Sherden, il guerriero
 
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Faces of Ancient Middle East Part 8 (Sumerians)
 
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Sumer Sumer (approximately "land of the civilized kings" or "native land") was an ancient civilization and historical region in southern Mesopotamia, modern-day southern Iraq, during the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age. Although the earliest forms of writing in the region do not go back much further than c. 3500 BCE, modern historians have suggested that Sumer was first permanently settled between c. 5500 and 4000 BCE by a non-Semitic people who may or may not have spoken the Sumerian language (pointing to the names of cities, rivers, basic occupations, etc. as evidence). These conjectured, prehistoric people are now called "proto-Euphrateans" or "Ubaidians", and are theorized to have evolved from the Samarra culture of northern Mesopotamia (Assyria). The Ubaidians were the first civilizing force in Sumer, draining the marshes for agriculture, developing trade, and establishing industries, including weaving, leatherwork, metalwork, masonry, and pottery. However, some scholars such as Piotr Michalowski and Gerd Steiner, contest the idea of a Proto-Euphratean language or one substrate language. It has been suggested by them and others, that the Sumerian language was originally that of the hunter and fisher peoples, who lived in the marshland and the historical region of Bahrain and were part of the Arabian bifacia lculture. Reliable historical records begin much later; there are none in Sumer of any kind that have been dated before Enmebaragesi (c. 26th century BCE). Professor Juris Zarins believes the Sumerians were settled along the coast of Bahrain , today's Persian Gulf region, before it flooded at the end of the Ice Age. Sumerian literature speaks of their homeland being Dilmun. Sumerian civilization took form in the Uruk period (4th millennium BCE), continuing into the Jemdat Nasr and Early Dynastic periods. During the 3rd millennium BCE, a close cultural symbiosis developed between the Sumerians (who spoke a language isolate) and the Semitic Akkadian speakers, which included widespread bilingualism. The influence of Sumerian on Akkadian (and vice versa) is evident in all areas, from lexical borrowing on a massive scale, to syntactic, morphological, and phonological convergence. This has prompted scholars to refer to Sumerian and Akkadian in the 3rd millennium BCE as a Sprachbund.Sumer was conquered by theSemitic-speaking kings of the Akkadian Empire around 2270 BCE (short chronology), but Sumerian continued as a sacred language. Native Sumerian rule re-emerged for about a century in the Third Dynasty of Ur (Sumerian Renaissance) of the 21st to 20th centuries BCE, but the Akkadian language also remained in use. The Sumerian city of Eridu, on the coast of the Persian Gulf, was the world's first city, where three separate cultures fused — that of peasant Ubaidian farmers, living in mud-brick huts and practicing irrigation; that of mobile nomadic Semitic pastoralists living in black tents and following herds of sheep and goats; and that of fisher folk, living in reed huts in the marshlands, who may have been the ancestors of the Sumerians. The irrigated farming together with annual replenishment of soil fertility and the surplus of storable food in temple granaries created by this economy allowed the population of this region to rise to levels never before seen, unlike those found in earlier cultures of shifting cultivators. This much greater population density in turn created and required an extensive labour force and division of labour with many specialised arts and crafts. At the same time, historic overuse of the irrigated soils led to progressive salinisation, and a Malthusian crisis which led to depopulation of the Sumerian region over time, leading to its progressive eclipse by the Akkadians of middle Mesopotamia. Sumer was also the site of early development of writing, progressing from a stage of proto-writing in the mid 4th millennium BCE to writing proper in the 3rd millennium BCE . --- Music: Yanni - Nightingale
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Stone Age
 
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Tadufeu is a short film directed by : Mickaël Bellamy (character modeling, rendering, 2D/3D compositing, post-production, FX 2d), Coralie Braconnot (animation, blendshapes, editing, stereoscopy), Franck Delfortrie (skinning, object rigging, dynamics, animation), Julien Jamme (animation, layout, character rigging, facial rigging, pipeline, fluid simulation), Olivier Pierre (character and set design, story board, luma script, texturing, lighting, shading, matte painting) and produced by ESMA, Montpellier.
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Faces of Ancient Middle East Part 10 (Ancient Iranians)
 
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Iranian peoples first appear in Assyrian records in the 9th century BCE. In Classical Antiquity they were found primarily in Scythia and Persia (Eastern Europe, Central and Western Asia). They divided into "Western" and "Eastern" branches from an early period, roughly corresponding to the territories of Persia and Scythia, respectively. During Late Antiquity, the Iranian populations of Scythia in the Eurasian Steppe were marginalized and assimilated by Turkic and Slavic migrations. The Scythian language was mostly extinct by the 10th century, with the exception of Ossetic spoken in the northern Caucasus. Various Persian empires flourished throughout Antiquity, and fell to the Islamic conquest in the 7th century. Origins The Iranian languages form a sub-branch of the Indo-Iranian sub-family, which is a branch of the family of Indo-European languages. Having descended from the Proto-Indo-Iranians, the Proto-Iranians separated from the Indo-Aryans early in the 2nd millennium BCE. The Proto-Iranians are traced to the Bactria--Margiana Archaeological Complex, a Bronze Age culture of Central Asia. The area between northern Afghanistan and the Aral Sea is hypothesized to have been the region in which the Proto-Iranians first emerged, following the separation of Indo-Aryan tribes. By the 1st millennium BCE, Medes, Persians, Bactrians and Parthians populated the Iranian plateau, while others such as the Scythians, Sarmatians, Cimmerians and Alans populated the steppes north of the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. The Saka tribes remained mainly in the south-east, eventually spreading as far east as Xinjiang. The division of Proto-Iranian into an "Eastern" and a "Western" group is attested in the form of Avestan and Old Persian, the two oldest known Iranian languages.
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5-The End Of the Bronze Age
 
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Hanwell - "Bronze Sea"
 
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The Cosmic American Music Revival. New track from Hanwell's forthcoming LP. Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Logan Christian at Midday Studios in Des Moines. Visit hanwelltheband.com for more information. Follow Hanwell on twitter (twitter.com/hanwelltheband) and "like" Hanwell on Facebook (facebook.com/hanwellthebandia). Thanks for listening!
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Black Europe & The Sea Peoples: Biblical Japheth
 
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They dwell in the tents of shem (hebrews) and Canaan ( Certain tribes of Canaanites) is his Servant and He is Enlarged becasue he has mixed with Every nation on Earth starting with the White tribes that invaded from Central Asia, Secondly after their Invasion of Africa apprx 1200 bce and Canaan while mixing with the different Shemetic/Hamitic tribes there. So Japheth has truly enlarged himself and evidence of japheth or the sea peoples can be found in the americas to eastwest so called asia.
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Bronze Age Boat Build Falmouth Episode 1.mov
 
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How did they build boats in the Bronze Age? That is a question that academics from the University of Exeter hope to find out in the coming months in a new installation and exhibition at National Maritime Museum Cornwall. In a project that is set to last 5 or more months, professional boatbuilder Brian Cumby and a team of volunteers are re-creating a large replica Bronze Age stitched boat using traditional tools and materials. This video shows the progress for the first month and we shall continue the series monthly. The music to this video was created for falmouthphotos.com by the following people. Thank you all very much! Jake Chapman Marina Deligiannaki Dave Hart Thomas Sharpe
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ERITREAN HISTORY - PART 1
 
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GASH GROUP 3,500 A "complex society" of pastoral people, who lived from the Gash (Mareb) River to the Red Sea hill and coast of Eritrea took rise in 3,500 B.C. Based on archaeological evidence, the Gash people held extensive trades and contacts with Ancient Egypt, Nubia and the Arabian Peninsula. SOURCE: The development of urbanism in the northern Horn of Africa in ancient and medieval times by Rodolo Rattovich P. 4 ============== LAND OF PUNT in ERITREA In around 2490 2477 BC, the earliest the first definite record of contact with Land of Punt was found on a Palermo stone of the reign of Sahura of the Fifth Dynasty. The Land of Punt to the ancient Egyptions was often referred to as Ta netjer, which means, the "land of the god". Punt was known for producing and exporting Gold, African blackwood, ebony, ivory, wild animals, frankincense and aromatic resins. Sources: Encyclopedia of the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt By Kathryn A. Bard, Steven Blake Shubert. P. 637 Although the exact location of Punt is still uncertain, most scholars today do however agree that Punt was located in much of Eritrea and eastern Sudan. In fact, evidence confirms that an interchange circuit between Ancient Egypt and modern Eritrea did take place. At Agordat in the middle Barka valley of Eritrea, an Egyption Style,Ceramic ear-plug and some stone celts which imitate bronze prototypes of the 17-18th dynasties of Egypt have been excavated that date between mid-second millennium BC. On the Eritrean coast at Adulis, two fragments of glass vessels typical the New Kingdom of Egypt have been found in a level dating to the late second millennium BC. Source: Encyclopedia of the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt By Kathryn A. , Steven Blake Shubert. P. 637 ==================== FIRST KNOWN INHABITANTS One of the first inhabitants of Eritrea are the Kunama and Nara. They came from the southern Nile vally and settled in the southwest lowlands and expanded into the interior of the country. Roy Pateman, "Eritrea - Even the Stones are Burning". p.31 But according to Kunama elders, they came from the north, east, and south. Hence they are a mixed people, which is how they received their name, "Koa" meaning people and "Nama" meaning blended. Around 2,000 B.C. early Beja pastoral people from southern Egypt and Northern Sudan entered the Barka Valley and northern highlands of Eritrea. Moving the first wave of Kunama and Nara people southwards. Source: Dictionary of Languages By Andrew Dalby p.81; Roy Pateman, "Eritrea - Even the Stones are Burning". p.31 The Bejas are believed to have existed since 4,000 B.C. Paintings in Ancient Egyptian tombs show Bejas with the same distinct hairstyle called the "Tiffa" as early as the 12th Dynasty. Source: Beja pastoralist from 12th Dynasty Tomb Mier. From the book A Modern History of the Sudan, P.M. Holt, 1961 According to C.G. Seligman and A. Paul, the Beja People are a modern link to the ancient Egyptians. Sir E.A. Wallis Budge believes that the Beja languages of Eritrea and Eastern Sudan were the best ones to study in order to learn ancient Egyptian language. Paul, A. A History of The Beja Tribes of the Sudan. Source 1: London: Frank Cass and Co., Ltd., 1971. Source 2: Seligman, C.G. Races of Africa. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1978. ==================== ONA SITE - EARLY ASMARA SETTLEMENTS From 800 BC and 400 BC, the highlands around Asmara supported the oldest settled pastoral and agricultural community known in the Horn of Africa: an indigenous culture. The settlement's inhabitants lived in stone houses ate cows, goats, drank beer, farmed fertile land and wore animal skins. Tools for tanning and for softening hides have been discovered, along with needles, stone implements for punching leather, and bronze. These permanent villages and towns around Asmara predate, and were also contemporaneous with, even the pre-Aksumite settlements in the highlands of southern and northern Ethiopia. "Dating back as 800 BC, it is they [Early Asmara settlements] - not sites in Arabia - that were the vital precursors to urban developments in the southern highlands of Eritrea and northern Ethiopia later in the first millennium BC." Prof. Richard Greenfield
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the vanir(sea peoples)were basque sailors
 
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http://inquiringminds.cc/my-people-the-celtic-saxon-english-and-our-wiser-and-more-learned-brethren-in-ireland-wales-and-scotland-now-find-themselves-on-the-brink-of-total-annihilation-overwhelmed-by-the-non-indigenous-an#comment-188747 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpuE7wCLjrk&list=FLRw-ScFvVnwXGHahOrHCBcg&index=0&feature=plcp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pY01NjND1jc http://www.faculty.ucr.edu/~legneref/bronze/humanmig.htm http://www.ensignmessage.com/basques.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkBo3cgjIX8&feature=plcp http://britam.org/now/now160.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJLqDlZokhA&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ihhr-itlzY&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJ1no9_cnZI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsWydruZmz8&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZGQ9tMEM-g&lc=UfPHq3Vun5UWdMH-TiuBL-OGdfo... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euUzRKuGwm8&list=HL1342305147&feature... http://hope-of-israel.org/hebinusa.htm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZGQ9tMEM-g&feature=plcp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=li9KDnMEb_c&feature=plcp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqIxaPvynD0&list=PLFB4838CD2889FD44&in... http://www.texemarrs.com/032007/synagogue_of_satan_article.htm http://www.ensignmessage.com/archives/tracingdan5.html http://www.uhcg.org/Lost-10-Tribes/tracing-dan3.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqIxaPvynD0 http://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/ltbmu/learning/history-culture/?cid=fsm9_046612 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiwF_aEp4YI&feature=plcp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-6iUwrjCgw&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYs2n1WIMEk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n663eVTSyS8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=li9KDnMEb_c&feature=related http://www.topix.com/forum/afam/TM9IG9IA5JFT3SP8C http://www.blavatsky.net/newsletters/cro_magnon.htm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOfKecvClvw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZRvKH69R6k&feature=share http://ozzyfrank.150m.com/pages/Antiquity/iberians.htm http://www.sacred-texts.com/atl/ataw/ataw402.htm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVomYbbb3L0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFstVeTpyXY&c=tb6fD5yVjfCfS_jHASE5ZPNBi3aG... http://www.lulu.com/shop/perry-peña/shepherd-kings-the-restoring-of-spains-ancient-history-on-the-basques/ebook/product-17526865.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIfMw7mEDNk&feature=plcp http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-wXcJA-et0&feature=related http://worldtruth.tv/illuminati-occult-symbolism-in-the-2012-london-olympics-... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enfDE5Pl1vI&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xulv6E_DR_A&feature=relmfu http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpuE7wCLjrk&list=FLRw-ScFvVnwXGHahOrHCBcg&index=0&feature=plcp http://blog.aboutbc.info/2012/02/20/los-vascos-un-pueblo-de-mas-de-15-000-ano... http://jahtruth.net/celtdrd.htm http://hal_macgregor.tripod.com/gregor/origins.html http://www.trholme.com/garden-e-danu/GG8.htm http://www.takeourworldback.com/911perpstimeline.htm
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Chatterbox by the sea people
 
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Greatest song written by the greatest people
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Dr. Eric Cline on Junk Science and Archaeology
 
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From Vision Media Productions. Professor Eric Cline of George Washington University discusses his book, "From Eden to Exile: Unraveling Mysteries of the Bible," and the need for care when associating archaeological discoveries with Biblical events. He highlights a responsible way for handling discoveries. Recorded at the Annual Meeting of ASOR (American Schools of Oriental Research) in San Diego, CA, November 2007. "From Eden to Exile: Unraveling Mysteries of the Bible" - https://amzn.to/2Kx9pKG Vision Media Productions Producer: Duane Abler
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Bronze Age Boat Build Falmouth Episode 2.mov
 
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How did they build boats in the Bronze Age? That is a question that academics from the University of Exeter hope to find out in the coming months in a new installation and exhibition at National Maritime Museum Cornwall. In a project that is set to last 5 or more months, professional boatbuilder Brian Cumby and a team of volunteers are re-creating a large replica Bronze Age stitched boat using traditional tools and materials. This 2nd video shows how the forward section of the keel has progressed in the last 4 weeks. The project is Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The music to this video was created for falmouthphotos.com by the following people. Thank you all very much! Jake Chapman Marina Deligiannaki Dave Hart Thomas Sharpe
Views: 59152 falmouthvideos
Age of Empires Online - Greek - Walkthrough - Part 59- (Stop the Sea People)
 
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Age of Empires Online - Greek - Walkthrough Pt.59 Completing, stop the sea people by building up a stong eco while training to control the water, once water has been taken and ur eco is good, build up a good force and attack until you win. WATCH PT58 HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvzbRyzK9RM&feature=plcp WATCH PT60 HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K65LgQFH99k&feature=plcp WATCH PT61 HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyDp5Nw02Bk&feature=youtu.be
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Ashkelon: Seaport of the Philistines
 
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Sunday at the Met lecture by Lawrence E. Stager, Dorot Professor of the Archaeology of Israel, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University, and director and curator, Semitic Museum, Harvard University, May 20, 2012. Explore the origins, daily life, religion, and language of the Philistines, a cosmopolitan people who occupied the great Mediterranean seaport of Ashkelon for nearly 600 years, until its destruction and their exile by the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar in 604 b.c. In twenty-five seasons of excavations, the Leon Levy Expedition to Ashkelon has uncovered much new evidence about the mysterious Philistines, including a rare example of one of the ancient marketplaces that linked land routes from the southeast to a web of international Mediterranean merchants. This Sunday at the Met is made possible by the Helen Diller Family.
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The Atlantean Wars
 
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Invasions described by both Plato and the scribes of Ramses III, by the "Sea People"
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Ancient Europe
 
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Etruscans, Hoplites, Ancient Sea People That Were Darkskin In The Beginning Of The Ancient Period Of The Persian Empire.
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Sea People sung by Kirk MacNeil.m4v
 
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This tune is a favourite tune for anyone who grew up in or near fishing towns like I did. Fishing towns are abundant in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Ireland which is where I snapped these lovely photos. This was recorded at CODA Recording Studio in Sydney NS which is my home town and backing me up are Cindy Allan on accordion and harmony vocals with Pat Chafe on Piano. The song was written by a legend from Cape Breton who wrote an entire anthology of music, Mr. Allister MacGillivray who also wrote "Song for the Mira". I am delighted to sing it as I love this tune. Enjoy!
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Indus Valley Civilization: Crash Course World History #2
 
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In which John Green teaches you about the Indus Valley Civilization, one of the largest of the ancient civilizations. John teaches you the who, how, when, where and why of the Indus Valley Civilization, and dispenses advice on how to be more successful in your romantic relationships. Additional Resources: Empires of the Indus - https://goo.gl/NoYqkY Indus Valley on Wikipedia - https://goo.gl/9a8JUK Lots of Indus Valley Civ. photos - https://goo.gl/lo9ehY Crash Course World History is now available on DVD! http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-world-history-the-complete-series-dvd-set Follow us! @thecrashcourse @realjohngreen @raoulmeyer @crashcoursestan @saysdanica @thoughtbubbler Like us! ‪http://www.facebook.com/youtubecrashcourse Follow us again! ‪http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse
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Time Team Special 36 (2009) - The Secrets of Stonehenge (Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire)
 
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Tony presents recent research from Britain's most iconic and mysterious monument. Set in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, it is believed to be part of a huge landscape, devoted to ritual on a massive scale. Time Team has been following an ambitious six-year dig involving over 40 trenches. The team believe they have resolved who built it, how it was built, and what it was built for. Mike Parker Pearson, the project director, explains that the site is a gigantic memorial to the dead ancestors. The Aubrey holes, a ring of 56 pits which are officially described as timber post holes, were actually a stone circle dedicated to the dead. There is a huge avenue linking the henge to the River Avon. It is connected to another site, Durrington Walls, which is believed to have been a timber circle contemporary with Stonehenge. The timber represents the living and the stone represents the dead. A neolithic roadway links Durrington to the river, and hence to Stonehenge itself. This puts the river at the centre of the whole picture, as a metaphor of a journey from life to death. There is much evidence of a large human settlement at Durrington, with huge quantities of bones showing feasting on a massive scale. People came from far and wide, to dispose of their dead, and make the symbolic journey from Durrington to Stonehenge. No copyright infringement has been intended by the uploading of this video; I am simply trying to share this amazingly interesting series.
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The Sea Peoples and the Trojan War, by Prof. M. S. Megalommatis
 
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The Sea Peoples and the End of the Mycenaean World, by Prof. Megalommatis A Historical Synthesis Speech given at the 2nd International Congress of Mycenaean Studies (Rome, 1991), in French, and published in the Atti e Memorie del Secondo Congresso Internazionale di Micenologia, GEI, Rome, 1996 (under my Christian name Cosmas / Cosimo, which was still in use in 1991, before my adhesion to Islam in 1992) Online available here:http://community.webshots.com/user/megalommatisegyptaegean See also: http://community.webshots.com/user/seapeoplesmegalommatis (in Greek) Music: Min-ashur-ila-ishbileya Maqamat Ziryab http://www.naseershamma.com/ http://www.naseershamma.com/Ziryab.html http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/maqamat-ziryab-desde-eufrates/id336164330 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naseer_Shamma http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/weekendplanet/naseer-shamma-ashraf-sharif-khan-travelling-souls/3894800
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The Hittites
 
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The Hittites were a Bronze Age Indo-European speaking people of Anatolia. They established a kingdom centered at Hattusa in north-central Anatolia c. the 18th century BC. The Hittite empire reached its height c. the 14th century BC, encompassing a large part of Anatolia, north-western Syria about as far south as the mouth of the Litani River (in present-day Lebanon), and eastward into upper Mesopotamia. The Hittite military made successful use of chariots. By the mid-14th century BC (under king Suppiluliuma I), they had carved out an empire that included most of Asia Minor as well as parts of the northern Levant and Upper Mesopotamia. After c. 1180 BC, the empire disintegrated into several independent "Neo-Hittite" city-states, some surviving until the 8th century BC. Their Hittite language was a member of the Anatolian branch of the Indo-European language family. Natively, they referred to their land as Hatti, and to their language as Nesili (the language of Nesa). The conventional name "Hittites" is due to their initial identification with the Biblical Hittites in 19th century archaeology. Despite the use of "Hatti", the Hittites should be distinguished from the Hattians, an earlier people who inhabited the same region until the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC, and spoke a non-Indo-European language known as Hattic. Although belonging to the Bronze Age, the Hittites were forerunners of the Iron Age, developing the manufacture of iron artifacts from as early as the 14th century BC, when letters to foreign rulers reveal the latter's demand for iron goods. Text Source: www.wikipedia.org
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Nordic Bronze Age Lures 1700-500 BC and the Kings grave
 
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Description: The bronze lur is made entirely of bronze. There are two forms of lurs. The latest and most developed is the "S-shaped". This lur can be described as a thin-walled, conical tube, about 1 meter 50 cm to 2 meter 25 cm. The other older form of lurs, less developed, was shorter, slightly bent and lacking the endplate. The "Wismar horn" from Germany - an older lur type. The earliest references to an instrument called the lur come from Icelandic sagas, where they are described as war instruments, used to marshal troops and frighten the enemy. These lurs, several examples of which have been discovered in longboats, are straight, end-blown wooden tubes, around one meter long. They do not have finger holes, and are played much like a modern brass instrument. The word lur is still very much alive in the Swedish language, indicating any funnel-shaped implement used for producing or receiving sound. For instance, the Swedish word for headphones is hörlurar (hearing-lurs), and a mobile telephone might be referred to as a lur in contemporary Swedish (derived from telefonlur, telephone handset). The Danish butter brand Lurpak is named after the lur, and the package design contains pictures of lurs. The Lure from the Bronze Age are one of the oldest musical instruments in the world - that still can be played. The King's Grave near Kivik info: The King's Grave near Kivik (Kungagraven i Kivik, Kiviksgraven) in the southeastern portion of the Swedish province of Skåne is what remains of an unusually grand Nordic Bronze Age double burial 1700 -1100 BC. The site is located about 320 metres (1,050 ft) from the shore of the eastern coast of Scania in southernmost Sweden. In spite of the facts that the site has been used as a quarry, with its stones carried off for other uses, and that it was restored carelessly once it was known to be an ancient burial, these two burials are unique. In both construction and in size—it is a circular site measuring 75 metres (246 ft) in diameter—this tomb differs from most European burials from the Bronze Age. Most importantly, the cists are adorned with petroglyphs. The images carved into the stones depict people, animals (including birds and fish), ships, lurs being played, symbols, and a chariot drawn by two horses and having four-spoked wheels. Music: From "Fornnordiska Klanger". Played on Bronze Lurs dating back to the first millenium BCE! As close to Indo-European Music as you can get basically ;) From "Fornnordiska Klanger." Played on instruments found in the King's tomb at Kivik, Sweden, 1700-1100 BC! History documentary: Stenristarna Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Views: 54483 BirkaViking
Ancient Egypt: Crash Course World History #4
 
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In which John covers the long, long history of ancient Egypt, including the Old, Middle and New Kingdoms, and even a couple of intermediate periods. Learn about mummies, pharaohs, pyramids and the Nile with John Green. Crash Course World History is now available on DVD! http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-world-history-the-complete-series-dvd-set Resources: Mummies!: https://goo.gl/BvAdmj Pyramids!: http://goo.gl/aCov2j Follow us! @thecrashcourse @realjohngreen @raoulmeyer @crashcoursestan @saysdanica @thoughtbubbler Like us! ‪http://www.facebook.com/youtubecrashcourse Follow us again! ‪http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse
Views: 5004493 CrashCourse
Israel/Tel Aviv,Yafo,Netanya Part 1
 
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Tel Aviv, officially Tel Aviv-Yafo is the second most populous city in Israel, with a population of 404,400 on a land area of 52 km2 (20 sq mi).The city is located on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline in central-west Israel. In 2010, it was the largest and most populous city in the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area of 3,325,700 residents, known as Gush Dan. The city is governed by the Tel Aviv-Yafo municipality, headed by Ron Huldai. Residents of Tel Aviv are referred to as Tel Avivim. Tel Aviv was founded in 1909 by the Jewish Community of Jaffa on the outskirts of the ancient port city. The growth of Tel Aviv soon outpaced Jaffa, which had a majority Arab population at the time.Tel Aviv and Jaffa were merged into a single municipality in 1950, two years after the establishment of the State of Israel. Tel Aviv's White City, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003, comprises the world's largest concentration of Bauhaus buildings. Jaffa is an ancient port city believed to be one of the oldest in the world.Jaffa was incorporated with Tel Aviv in 1950 creating the city of Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel. Jaffa is famous for its association with the biblical story of the prophet Jonah.Tel Yafo (Jaffa Hill) rises to a height of 40 meters (130 ft) and offers a commanding view of the coastline; hence its strategic importance in military history. The accumulation of debris and landfill over the centuries made the hill even higher. Archaeological evidence shows that Jaffa was inhabited some 7,500 years BCE.Jaffa's natural harbor has been in use since the Bronze Age. Netanya sometimes spelled Nathania,is a city in the Northern Centre District of Israel, and is the capital of the surrounding Sharon plain. It is located 30 km (18.64 mi) north of Tel Aviv, and 56 km (34.80 mi) south of Haifa between the 'Poleg' stream and Wingate Institute in the south and the 'Avichail' stream in the north. Netanya was named in honor of Nathan Straus, a prominent Jewish American merchant and philanthropist in the early twentieth century. Its 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) of beaches have made the city a very popular tourist resort. Today the city houses a notably large population of English-speaking immigrants from the United Kingdom, USA, and Canada.According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), at the end of 2009 the city had a total population of 183,200.An additional 150,000 people live in the local and regional councils within 10 kilometers from Netanya which serves as a regional center for them. The city mayor is Miriam Feirberg. The city is expected to reach a population of 350,000 by 2020. Wikipedia
Views: 14408 Nurettin Yilmaz
AP World History - What was the Minoan Civilization?
 
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Get the App! Go to http://bit.ly/MudVXh Minoan civilization was a Bronze Age civilization that arose on the island of Crete, came to dominate the shores and islands of the Aegean Sea, and flourished as a maritime power from approximately the 27th century BC to the 15th century BC.
Views: 925 MenteonLearning
Barton on Sea, cliff top walk to Milford on Sea, Hampshire ( 5 )
 
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The coast at Barton on Sea is particularly well known for its geological content, being home to many fossils in the Barton geological beds. A cliff - top path runs between Barton and the village of Milford on Sea. From there, the Solent Way stretches all the way to Emsworth, on the West Sussex border. It is also well known for the fact that it was the first place in England to try rock groynes. People have lived in the area of Barton since prehistoric times. A number of bronze age funerary urns were uncovered in Barton during the early 20th century, although most of them have been lost or destroyed. While Barton is a common English place-name, the etymology of Barton-on-Sea is unique. It means Beorma's Farm, and appears twice in the Domesday Book, as Bermintune and as Burmintune. Roger de Montgomerie, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury, and friend of William the Conqueror, held both Barton manors in 1086. The village is separated from the beach by a 35 - metre high cliff although there are connecting paths. The cliffs are frequently used for paragliding. At the eastern end of the village is the Barton-On-Sea Golf Club, which is notable for comprising three loops of nine holes. Barton on Sea has had for many years a problem with coastal erosion. In the past, the cliffs have eroded away at a rate of up to one metre a year, and several buildings have been lost. In the early 1900's the grassy promenade at the top of the cliffs was 100 metres wide, today it is around 20 metres at its furthest points. The erosion was not helped by sea-defences farther west at Bournemouth starving Barton of sediment needed in its beaches to protect its cliffs. Some coastal protection measures at Barton were installed in the late 1930's but fell into disrepair during World War II. In 1964 a series of timber groynes and a cliff drainage system was installed along 300 m of the sea-front. This was followed in 1965-8 by a timber revetment backed by large rocks; an extension to the drainage system; and some rock groynes. Later improvements have consisted of replacing the timber groynes with rock groynes; and replacing the timber revetment with a rock structure of dark grey limestone boulders to protect the toe of the cliff. Today's cliff slip problems are largely due to inland water seepage. There have been recent experiments with vegetation defences ( planting shrubs, plants and trees on the cliff face ) to prevent rotational cliff slump, and therefore slowing the retreat of the cliff towards land which is in use. To the west of Barton is Naish, now a holiday park, but which was once a farm estate with a history dating back to the 14th century. To the west of that is Chewton, notable for the chine called Chewton Bunny running down to the sea. To the east of Barton is Becton, now the golf course, but which was once a farm with a history dating back to the Domesday book ( the Saxon name means Becca's farm ). Another chine called Becton Bunny can be found here, but it has become much reduced by coastal erosion. Here you can also find the famous Pebble Beach Restaurant famous for its fantastic Sea Food.
Views: 989 G.Knowles
Minning Low - Neolithic Barrow - Peak District, England. Music: Gerald Finzi: Prelude Op.25
 
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Minning Low (or Minninglow) is the largest and most prominently sited barrow in the Derbyshire Peak District, 2km to the west of Aldwark. Surrounded by an earl's coronet of beech trees 500m to the east of The High Peak Trail between the villages of Parwich and Longcliffe, it is a landmark for miles around at 1214 ft (370m) above sea level. Measuring 34m by 44m, this round barrow consists of at least four chambers and has undergone a number of construction phases. The Low originally began life as a single chamber with a small mound comprised mainly of limestone probably during the Neolithic period. It was later covered by a long barrow with four chambers and later still converted into a massive circular mound, perhaps during the Bronze Age. Adapted from: http://www.megalithic.co.uk I just got back from visiting this place. It is about dignity and quiet repose; of ancient peoples in life and death 3000 years before Christ, and in a setting even Hollywood could not begin to invent. Not a soul around, as usual (aside from those of the chieftains interred here of course). Minning Low Hill has been described as "the most intervisible spot in the entire Peak District" - a claim I found to be entirely true today. I took a few photos as shown here, including a decaying pre-Victorian railtrack-wheeled quarry crane en route along the old railway trackbed (0:53). I thought the cogwheel reminiscent of the relentless turn of time, which in this place is longer than anyone could possibly imagine. (As a side note, I have played Lord of the Rings online ever since it was released and, while living in the United States, had a great fondness for visiting the Barrow Downs outside of Bree. Now I have returned home to the real thing, and it's a great privilege - not to mention the absence of skeletal wights jumping out brandishing swords!). For those who might be curious, the closing image of the pair of swallows was not an idle aside: the swallow has long been symbolic since ancient times of hope, renewal and freedom. And on a more prosaic note, they are a bugger to photograph, so rapid is their flight, yet so incomparably beautiful. On the day I took this photo along the trail back from Minning Low, the parent swallows were taking their children out on training flights in the pasture, in joyous aerial acrobatics. Regarding access: this Low has until recently been inaccessible in terms of public rights of way. However, between 31 January 2007 and 31 January 2017, concessionary access has been granted by the landowner, allowing the public to walk to and explore the site. Thank goodness for those who press energetically for this kind of public access to our national heritage. About one kilometre north-west of Minninglow hill is the massive Minninglow Embankment (1:20) on the former Cromford and High Peak Railway, the trackbed of which now forms the High Peak Trail. This listed structure, constructed from local limestone and earth in the late 1820s, is a pre-Victorian example of civil engineering on the grand scale. There is access from the car park and picnic site about 200 metres further along the High Peak Trail at grid reference SK194581. (From the Wikipedia entry). My partner and I left this place rather stunned; we regained the High Peak Trail and quietly returned to the car park just South of Pikehall village on the Parwich Road. Minning Low had made us reflective and grateful, and I was struck by this poem by William Wordsworth in the context of this prehistoric place: Mark the concentred hazels that enclose Yon old grey Stone, protected from the ray Of noontide suns:-and even the beams that play And glance, while wantonly the rough wind blows, Are seldom free to touch the moss that grows Upon that roof, amid embowering gloom, The very image framing of a Tomb, In which some ancient Chieftain finds repose Among the lonely mountains Live, ye trees! And thou, grey Stone, the pensive likeness keep Of a dark chambers where the Mighty sleep: For more than fancy to the influence bends Where solitary Nature condescends To mimic Times forlorn humanities. William Wordsworth Miscellaneous Sonnets Published 1815. You can find more scholarly information about this ancient monument at: http://www.derbyshireheritage.co.uk/M... This music is by the great English composer, Gerald Finzi: Prelude for String Orchestra in F Minor (Op. 25). London Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Sir Adrian Boult Lyrita Label For more videos and other information about the Peak District please visit Let's Stay Peak District at http://www.peakdistrict-nationalpark.com
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Israel/ Haifa,Mount Carmel,Bahai Gardens,Yardenit  Part 2
 
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Haifa is the largest city in northern Israel, and the third-largest city in the country, with a population of over 268,000. Another 300,000 people live in towns directly adjacent to the city including the cities of the Krayot, as well as, Tirat Carmel, Daliyat al-Karmel and Nesher. Together these areas form a contiguous urban area home to nearly 600,000 residents which makes up the inner core of the Haifa metropolitan area.Haifa is mixed city: 90% are Jews, more than a quarter of whom are immigrants from the former Soviet Union, while 10% are Arabs, predominantly of the Christian faith. It is also home to the Bahá'í World Centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site Built on the slopes of Mount Carmel, the history of settlement at the site spans more than 3,000 years. The earliest known settlement in the vicinity was Tell Abu Hawam, a small port city established in the Late Bronze Age (14th century BCE). In the 3rd century CE, Haifa was known as a dye-making center. Over the centuries, the city has changed hands: It has been conquered and ruled by the Phoenicians, Persians, Hasmoneans, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Crusaders, Ottomans, British, and the Israelis. Since the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, the city has been governed by the Haifa Municipality. Today, the city is a major seaport located on Israel's Mediterranean coastline in the Bay of Haifa covering 63.7 square kilometres (24.6 sq mi). It is located about 90 kilometres (56 mi) north of Tel Aviv and is the major regional center of northern Israel. Two respected academic institutions, the University of Haifa and the Technion, are located in Haifa, and the city plays an important role in Israel's economy. It has several high-tech parks, among them the oldest and largest in the country.Haifa Bay is a center of heavy industry, petroleum refining and chemical processing. Haifa was formerly the western terminus of an oil pipeline from Iraq via Jordan.Wikipedia
Views: 19270 Nurettin Yilmaz
Age of Empires Online - Greek - Walkthrough - Part 19- (Protect our People)
 
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Age of Empires Online - Greek - Walkthrough Pt.19 -Completing, Protect our People, by building a sending 5hypasists and 5archers to left and right asap, then aging to 3rd to quickily build a army of prodomos, peltast and hopilite, then sending that army left side and defend for a while till big enough to attack and win. -No Advisors until level 20 -Uncommon gear until level 20 -no consumables until level 20 WATCH PT18 HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHEszm4uGx4&feature=plcp WATCH PT20 HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hb0nEMhwIQw WATCH PT21 HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3m68yjqJRgb
Views: 186 Bananananazz
【Chinese Animation】COMBAT ARMOR STEEL WINGS Concept Piece [English lines& Chinese dubbing]
 
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战斗装甲钢羽 Combat armor steel wings 漫画作者:LAS, YEKK Cartoonist: LAS, YEKK 编剧:YEKK Screenwriter: YEKK The history of human weaponry parallels the human's history of metals. The Bronze Age to the Iron Age to the modern steel and alloy, the shapes and materials of the weapons evolved. The only constant is blood. The weapons are stained with the blood; they are designed to spill. Announcement: All squads prepare for launch. You have ten minutes left. Soldier: Hey! No smoking on the submarine! Hurry up and ash your cigarette! Aelrot: Captain, captain, please, hurry up and ash your cigarette! Soldier: Didn't you hear me? You can't smoke over here. Are you trying to kill everyone? Get in line! Uh! Aelrot: Captain, captain, please stop! Let him go! Otherwise you might get shot! He's from command! Middle-aged man: YO! You are bullying people again, Keynes? Aelrot: huh? Middle-aged man: You can't do that. Mercenaries need to follow the rules, too. If you still don't obey, you might die. If you die here instead of the battlefield, your tank "Van" will be wasted. Aelrot: Drillmaster Clare, there is a problem! Clare: Keynes, don't make trouble. Ash your cigarette. Don't make things difficult for me. Tell Aelrot to bring Fiat back. NO. Adam is leaving soon. Keynes: Chap! Middle-aged man: Humph, you're whipped. Whether she is a mature woman or the little lamb, you can't refuse. Announcement: (Siren) Squad 141, squad 707, prepare for launch. Middle-aged man: We are going now. Take care of your little lamb. A woman: I look forward to your support, handsome. Aelrot: Captain!!! Great, captain, we are fine now. Keynes: Aelrot, Aelrot: Yeah? Keynes: If you tell Clare again, I will kill you. Aelrot: I, I see. Correspondent 1: Force deployment and probe have been completed, environment normal. Correspondent 2: "Tiger" has arrived at the specified position, request further instructions. Correspondent 1: Starting combat countdown. 525 seconds to go. Heng: The task ahead is daunting. Try your best to complete it. Did you hear me, Hu? Hu: Yes, sir. There is no task I can't complete. Heng: The opponent is different from before, never let your guard down. Heng: Everybody, come back alive! Hu: Humph, don't worry, the grim deader won't take me. I have this tank.. Hu: Let's go! Tiger!
Views: 3664 Bastet Susie
Valhalla Cutlery Solid Bronze Mjöllnir Balisong Butterfly Knife w/ S30v by Alan Harvey
 
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Valhalla Cutlery Solid Bronze Mjöllnir Balisong Butterfly Knife w/ S30v Blade Custom Made by Alan Harvey Review by Deadpool 100% Made In the USA Hand Made by Americans Using Only Materials from the USA. Its Time To Give People What They Want. Knowing Your Heritage Is Key. I Spared Nothing & the Result was PURE QUALITY. It starts with Blades & Handles being water jetted in Granger, Indiana. Then Getting Custom Knife Maker Alan Harvey to Come to Colorado to meet me at Valhalla Cutlery. Blades are all Custom Hand Ground by Alan Harvey. The Blades are all Heat Treated & Cryo Treated by Peter's Heat Treat in Meadville, Pennsylvania. Rockwell of 61. Solid Stainless Steel Handles were Designed & Custom Hand Made by Alan Harvey. The Latch is made from Titanium. The Spacers are made from Carbon Fiber. The Hardware is Heat Treated Stainless Steel with Allen Head Pivot Screws & Torx Body Screws. Why Did I use S30V? It is American Made Steel for One Thing. CPM S30V is a martensitic powder made stainless steel which was developed by Dick Barber of Crucible Materials Corporation in collaboration with knifemaker Chris Reeve as a knifemaking steel due to its wear and corrosion resistance. Its chemistry promotes the formation and even distribution of vanadium carbides which are harder and more effective at cutting than chromium carbides. In addition, vanadium carbides give the steel a very refined grain which further contributes to the sharpness and toughness of its edge. Its composition is as follows: Carbon 1.45%, Chromium 14.00%, Vanadium 4.00%, Molybdenum 2.00%. Knifemakers prefer using CPM S30V because its composition makes it easy to consistently heat treat as well as easier to grind although the carbides wear down the grinder belts. According to Custom Knifemakers, knife users prefer S30V because it provides a strong blade with a maintainable edge due to the Vanadium carbides. Why did I use Bronze Handles? The Nordic Bronze Age (1700-500 BC) Pronounced "Mee-ol-neer" Mjöllnir simply means "crusher," referring to its pulverizing effect. Mjöllnir is the most fearsome weapon in the arsenal of the Viking pantheon, used to slay any challengers to Æsir supremacy. While referred to as a club, an ax, and a hammer, Mjöllnir was thought to be capable of toppling giants and entire mountains with a single blow. Legend surrounding the war hammer's origins vary: some relate that 'The Black Elves', or dwarves, Sindri and Brokk made it at the behest of the calculating Loki; other tales contend that it descended to earth as a meteorite. As the Viking gods were often only as powerful as the tools and weapons they possessed, Mjöllnir is a pivotal archetype for the survival and perpetuation of all Vikings and their customs. In its mythic context, one can conclude that without Mjöllnir, Thor's ability to maintain the cosmic equilibrium would be imperiled by giants, the sea-dwelling world serpent, and possibly, even reckless gods. So in Conclusion, some of the earliest Mjöllnir figures are made from Bronze, it only makes sense that the religious aspet to the Viking Gods started in 2000 BC which is very close to the Nordic Bronze Age at 1700 BC. So Valhalla Cutlery wanted to make a symbolic model that depicted heritage and had meaning and dept to the concept of its creation. Specifications: Overall Length: 9 Inches Closed Length: 5 Inces Blade Length: 4 Inches Blade: S30v Stainless Steel Blade Sharpening: Alan Harvey Blade Rockwell: 61 RC Blade Hardness Heat Treat: Peters' Heat Treat Handle: Corrosion-Resistant Bronze (Alloy 220) Rockwell B58 Latch & Spacers: Carbon Fiber Hardware: Heat Treated Stainless Steel Handle Screws: Torx Pivots: Stainless Steel with Titanium Bushings and Allen Head Screws Handle Designs: Alan Harvey
Views: 3568 RoadsideImports LLC
The boat makers
 
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Boat making is an age old vocation mainly carried out by inhabitants of beaches all over the world. But for the boat makers of Zanzibar, at Nongwe Beach, boat building is an art handed down through generations. And for this, they eke a living quite literally out of hammering the timber and nails to enable people ply the seas waters.
Views: 241 KBC Channel 1
Barton on Sea, cliff top walk to Milford on Sea, Hampshire ( 2 )
 
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The coast at Barton on Sea is particularly well known for its geological content, being home to many fossils in the Barton geological beds. A cliff - top path runs between Barton and the village of Milford on Sea. From there, the Solent Way stretches all the way to Emsworth, on the West Sussex border. It is also well known for the fact that it was the first place in England to try rock groynes. People have lived in the area of Barton since prehistoric times. A number of bronze age funerary urns were uncovered in Barton during the early 20th century, although most of them have been lost or destroyed. While Barton is a common English place-name, the etymology of Barton-on-Sea is unique. It means Beorma's Farm, and appears twice in the Domesday Book, as Bermintune and as Burmintune. Roger de Montgomerie, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury, and friend of William the Conqueror, held both Barton manors in 1086. The village is separated from the beach by a 35 - metre high cliff although there are connecting paths. The cliffs are frequently used for paragliding. At the eastern end of the village is the Barton-On-Sea Golf Club, which is notable for comprising three loops of nine holes. Barton on Sea has had for many years a problem with coastal erosion. In the past, the cliffs have eroded away at a rate of up to one metre a year, and several buildings have been lost. In the early 1900's the grassy promenade at the top of the cliffs was 100 metres wide, today it is around 20 metres at its furthest points. The erosion was not helped by sea-defences farther west at Bournemouth starving Barton of sediment needed in its beaches to protect its cliffs. Some coastal protection measures at Barton were installed in the late 1930's but fell into disrepair during World War II. In 1964 a series of timber groynes and a cliff drainage system was installed along 300 m of the sea-front. This was followed in 1965-8 by a timber revetment backed by large rocks; an extension to the drainage system; and some rock groynes. Later improvements have consisted of replacing the timber groynes with rock groynes; and replacing the timber revetment with a rock structure of dark grey limestone boulders to protect the toe of the cliff. Today's cliff slip problems are largely due to inland water seepage. There have been recent experiments with vegetation defences ( planting shrubs, plants and trees on the cliff face ) to prevent rotational cliff slump, and therefore slowing the retreat of the cliff towards land which is in use. To the west of Barton is Naish, now a holiday park, but which was once a farm estate with a history dating back to the 14th century. To the west of that is Chewton, notable for the chine called Chewton Bunny running down to the sea. To the east of Barton is Becton, now the golf course, but which was once a farm with a history dating back to the Domesday book ( the Saxon name means Becca's farm ). Another chine called Becton Bunny can be found here, but it has become much reduced by coastal erosion. Here you can also find the famous Pebble Beach Restaurant famous for its fantastic Sea Food.
Views: 484 G.Knowles
SWISSVIEW - AG, BL, Fricktal 2|2
 
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SWISSVIEW App for iPhone and iPad download now for free! SWISSVIEW App für iPhone und iPad jetzt gratis downloaden! http://www.swissview.com/app . http://www.swissview.com/blu-ray Das Fricktal ist eine Region im nördlichen Aargau. Es umfasst die Gemeinden der beiden Bezirke Laufenburg und Rheinfelden. Die Region lässt sich in das ländliche obere Fricktal und das suburbane untere Fricktal unterteilen. Südlich von Wittnau (404 m ü. M.) gehen enge Täler mit steilen Wänden in weitläufige Hochplateaus über. Diese Landschaftsformation ist typisch für den Tafeljura. Auf dem Reichenberg (586 m ü. M.) erhebt sich an engster Stelle ein grosser Erdwall. Archäologische Waffenfunde lassen Historiker vermuten, dass hier in der Bronzezeit Menschen einen Schutzwall gebaut haben. The Fricktal valley is a region in the northern canton of Aargau. It comprises the municipalities in the two districts of Laufenburg and Rheinfelden. The region can be divided into the rural upper Fricktal and the suburban lower Fricktal. South of Wittnau (404 m above sea level), narrow valleys with steep slopes blend into expansive high plateaus. This kind of landscape formation is typical of the Tabel Jura. On the Reichenberg mountain (586 m above sea level), a large earth wall rises at the narrowest point. Due to archeological findings of weapons, historians assume that people built a protective barrier here during the Bronze Age.
Views: 321 SWISSVIEW
Lucky Guy, or else he could have died there in the sea.
 
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Last time we had to Diu, I shot this clip of a guy who was risking his life for just a single PP (perfect photo). That chap was lucky, or else he would have died there in the Sea
Blitz Street Part 4 of 4
 
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Blitz Street endures the most powerful bomb of World War II: the massive V2 rocket. Travelling at over 3,500 miles an hour and with a range of over 200 miles, the V2 was designed to deliver a knockout blow to Britain. Unlike the other bombs that have been detonated on Blitz Street, the V2 bomb is buried three metres below ground. Due to its supersonic speed, by the time the V2 detonated it was well beneath the surface. The programme also sums up why the Nazi blitz bombing campaign failed, the lessons to be learnt from the experiment, and, ultimately, how the people who lived on streets like Blitz Street faced the nightmare of total war but came out stronger. © Channel 4 BBC UK I did not see the Blitz Streets series on Youtube except part 1 so i uploaded them here.
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Neolithic Revolution
 
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The Columbian Exchange: Crash Course World History #23
 
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In which John Green teaches you about the changes wrought by contact between the Old World and the New. John does this by exploring the totally awesome history book "The Columbian Exchange" by Alfred Cosby, Jr. After Columbus "discovered" the Americas, European conquerors, traders, and settlers brought all manner of changes to the formerly isolated continents. Disease and invasive plant and animal species remade the New World, usually in negative ways. While native people, plants, and animals were being displaced in the Americas, the rest of the world was benefitting from American imports, especially foods like maize, tomatoes, potatoes, pineapple, blueberries, sweet potatoes, and manioc. Was the Columbian Exchange a net positive? It's debatable. So debate. Resources: The Columbian Exchange, by Alfred Cosby, Jr: http://dft.ba/-columbian Crash Course World History is now available on DVD! http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-world-history-the-complete-series-dvd-set Follow us! @thecrashcourse @realjohngreen @raoulmeyer @crashcoursestan @saysdanica @thoughtbubbler Like us! ‪http://www.facebook.com/youtubecrashcourse Follow us again! ‪http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse
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Rhomphaia and sica test cuting/ Ромфея и сика
 
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Демонстрация на ромфея и сика по време на античен фестивал Филипополис'2012 организиран от Сдружение за антични и средновековни реконструкции — Сила. Music: Kevin MacLeod
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documentry on pakistan national geographic. DOCUMENTRY ON PAKISTAN
 
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documentry on pakistan national geographic. DOCUMENTRY ON PAKISTAN.Documentary films constitute a broad category of nonfictional motion pictures intended to document some aspect of reality, primarily for the purposes of instruction or maintaining a historical record.[1] A 'documentary film' was originally shot on film stock—the only medium available—but now includes video and digital productions that can be either direct-to-video, made as a television program or released for screening in cinemas. "Documentary" has been described as a "filmmaking practice, a cinematic tradition, and mode of audience reception" that is continually evolving and is without clear boundaries.Pakistan (Listeni/ˈpækɨstæn/ or Listeni/pɑːkiˈstɑːn/; Urdu: پاكِستان‎) (Urdu pronunciation: [paːkɪˈst̪aːn] ( listen)), officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (Urdu: اسلامی جمہوریۂ پاكِستان‎), is a sovereign country in South Asia. With a population exceeding 180 million people, it is the sixth most populous country in the world. Located at the crossroads of the strategically important regions of South Asia, Central Asia and Western Asia, Pakistan has a 1,046-kilometre (650 mi) coastline along the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman in the south and is bordered by India to the east, Afghanistan to the west and north, Iran to the southwest and China in the far northeast. It is separated from Tajikistan by Afghanistan's narrow Wakhan Corridor in the north, and also shares a marine border with Oman. The territory of modern Pakistan was home to several ancient cultures, including the Neolithic Mehrgarh and the Bronze Age Indus Valley Civilisation, and has undergone invasions or settlements by Hindu, Persian, Indo-Greek, Islamic, Turco-Mongol, Afghan and Sikh cultures. The area has been ruled by numerous empires and dynasties, including the Indian Mauryan Empire, the Persian Achaemenid Empire, the Arab Umayyad Caliphate, the Mongol Empire, the Mughal Empire, the Durrani Empire, the Sikh Empire and the British Empire. As a result of the Pakistan Movement led by Muhammad Ali Jinnah and India's struggle for independence, Pakistan was created in 1947 as an independent nation for Muslims from the regions in the east and west of India where there was a Muslim majority. Initially a dominion, Pakistan adopted a new constitution in 1956, becoming an Islamic republic. A civil war in 1971 resulted in the secession of East Pakistan as the new country of Bangladesh. Pakistan is a federal parliamentary republic consisting of four provinces and four federal territories. It is an ethnically and linguistically diverse country, with a similar variation in its geography and wildlife. A regional and middle power,[12][13] Pakistan has the seventh largest standing armed forces in the world and is also a nuclear power as well as a declared nuclear weapons state, being the only nation in the Muslim world, and the second in South Asia, to have that status. It has a semi-industrialised economy which is the 27th largest in the world in terms of purchasing power and 47th largest in terms of nominal GDP. Pakistan's post-independence history has been characterised by periods of military rule, political instability and conflicts with neighbouring India. The country continues to face challenging problems, including terrorism, poverty, illiteracy and corruption. It is a founding member of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (now the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation) and is a member of the United Nations, the Commonwealth of Nations, the Next Eleven Economies, SAARC, ECO, D8 and the G20 developing nations.
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SEACRET™ WEAPONS
 
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Over twenty different minerals are found in the Dead Sea, but it is because of its depth that it holds twelve unique minerals that have yet to be found in any other geographic location on Earth. It is because this region has its own micro-climate that helps produce conditions that are just right for the natural mineral production process to occur. From Aristotle's words about the Dead Sea to Cleopatra's use of its salt in enhancing her ageless beauty to the very special products we bring to you today, the Dead Sea has created unparalleled magic in people's lives in more ways than one. Much like the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, we have made a discovery of our own: how to keep this magic alive today with special formulas that bring the ancient magic of the Dead Sea right into your very home.
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