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Ancient Egypt - Lost Treasures Of The Ancient World (DVD) Loot Price: R151
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Ancient Egypt - Lost Treasures Of The Ancient World (DVD)

John Baines, Peter Clayton, G.A. Gaballa, Dominic Montserrat

Series: A Journey Back In Time

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Think of Ancient Egypt and you think of the great Pyramids at Giza - but those incredible structures are not the only treasures left to us by a truly remarkable civilisation. This programme visits, explores and restores such wonders as the Temples at Al Karnack and Luxor, the Temple at Abu Simnel and the Mortuary Temple of Hatesput.


Studio: Pegasus Entertainment
Country of origin: United Kingdom
Series: A Journey Back In Time
Release date: August 2003
Movie released: 1999
Contributors: John Baines • Peter Clayton • G.A. Gaballa • Dominic Montserrat
Dimensions: 192 x 137 x 15mm (L x W x T)
Format: DVD
Running time: 48 minutes
Region encoding: Multizone. Plays in all DVD players.
Audio format:  Stereo
Video format:  Standard 4:3 (1.33:1)
Languages: English
Categories: Movies & TV > History
Movies & TV > Documentary > Special Interest
Barcode: 5022802210468

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  • New location footage.
  • Stylish period reconstructions.
  • Ground-breaking 3D graphics and animation sequences.
  • Interpretation and analysis by the world's leading authorities including Dr Dominic Montserrat of Warwick University, Professor John Baines of the Oriental Faculty, Oxford, Peter Clayton, Egyptologist, and Professor G.A. Gaballa, Cairo University.

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