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NOVA: Secrets of Lost Empires 1: Colosseum and Stonehenge DVD
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Uncover the secrets of ancient civilizations as NOVA journeys to an archaeological site where teams of experts use traditional techniques to test their hypotheses. Try out two possible designs for the canopy that once covered the Colosseum--one of them borrowed from ancient ships; and watch a band of experts move, raise and cap a structure like the mysterious Stonehenge--armed with only Stone Age tools.
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5.0

Interesting stuff

By outlook

from canada

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Comments about PBS NOVA: Secrets of Lost Empires 1: Colosseum and Stonehenge DVD:

the program presents interesting ideas as to how stonehenge and the roman coloseum were originally built. I found it very informative and interesting.

 
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Fun Time Wow A Double Feature

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from Lake Zurich Illinois

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Comments about PBS NOVA: Secrets of Lost Empires 1: Colosseum and Stonehenge DVD:

I really loved that there are two episodes and nice to see epidodes that I had missed on tv. It is also nice to what acient and stone aged things are like and see how they could have been built. I also liked seeing what was near Stone Henge and how tall it really is since I have not see many photos of it and the Roman Colosseum.

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