Gregory Peck between scenes of To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)
- Here is a documentary about the ancient Arab trade-routes.
- Here is one titled “Weapons That Made Britain”.
- Here is one that is a re-enactment of life on a British farm in the 1700s.
- Here is one about Genghis Khan.
- Here is the series “Ancient Discoveries”; its one of my favorite shows!
- Here is one I actually watched recently on tv; its entitled “Cleopatra: Portrait of a Killer”. Very interesting!
- Here is one about the Queen of Sheba.
- Here is one about Samuri.
- This one is a dramatization titled “Ancient Rome: The Rise and Fall of an Empire”.
- Here is a dramatization about the last days of Pompeii.
- Here is a series titled “What the Ancients Did For Us”. The Ancient Britons make an appearance!
- Here is one about the Ancient Minoans.
- Here is one about the Hittites; this is great, I’ve never really seen a decent one on them before! Or rather, not any completely about them..
- Here is one about the Mughals.
- This one is titled “Athens: The Truth about Democracy”.
- Here’s one about ancient Persia! Anything about ancient Persia is like me getting a thousand and one cookies :D /1001 Nights joke fail
- Here’s one about the Roman invasion of Britain; you all know who I’m rooting for. :P
- Here’s one about the Nubians!
- This one is about the history of Britain.
- Here’s one about the history of Scotland.
- Here’s one titled “Mummies and the Wonders of Ancient Egypt”.
- Here’s the series “Ancients Behaving Badly”.
- Here’s one titled “The Seven Ages of Britain”. It starts with the Roman conquest of Britain unfortunately, but hey, Post-Roman Briton was an interesting place, too. :P
- This one is about the history of the Jews.
- Here’s one about the Byzantine Empire!
- Here’s one about the Olmecs.
- Here’s one about Alexander the Great, my namesake (unfortunately..)
- Here’s one about the Visigoth sacking of Rome in the second century A.D.
- Here’s one about the history of India!
- This one is about the inaccurate portrayal of POC in ancient Greece. I’m really interested in this one!
- This one is a dramatization about Victorian life on a farm.
- This one is titled “Lost Gods of Easter Island”.
- This one is about an arabian scholar, Ibn Battutah, who traveled across the world.
- A documentary about the Templars.
- This one is titled “Ancient Inventions of Sex, War, and City Life”. You can guess what its about.
- This one is about ancient Iraq.
- This one is titled “In Search of Myths and Heroes”. Specifically it is looking for King Arthur, Shangri-La, Queen of Sheba, and Jason and the Argonauts.
- Another documentary about the Persian empire.
- Here is one about the Japanese Empire.
- Here is one about the ancient artwork of Tibet.
- This one is about the Pantheon.
- This is another one about ancient Egypt, most specifically the New Kingdom.
- Here is one which talks about several different ancient empires; notably Easter Island, Egypt, Rome, and China.
- Here is one about the Roman empire in the first century.
- Here is about the Kingdom of David.
- Here is one about the Medici.
- Here is one about warfare in ancient Briton; it re-enacts certain battles. Very interesting.
- This one is about Qin Shi Huang.
- This one is titled “When the Moors Ruled Europe”.
- This one is about Hannibal and the fall of Carthage.
- This one is about Spartacus.
- This one is about Vlad the Impaler.
- This one is about Neanderthals.
- This one is titled “Seven Wonders of Ancient Greece”.
- This one is titled “The Truth of Troy”.
- This one is titled “Cry of the Snow Lions”. Its a documentary that takes you through India, Tibet, and Nepal. A very rare glimpse, very interesting.
- Here is two pieces of the series “What the Ancients Did for Us”: India, and the Islamic World.
- Here is one about the temples of India.
- Here is one titled “Legacy: The Orgins of Civilization”.
- Here is another one about the ancient Egyptians, titled “Magical Egypt”.
- Here is one about the battle of Thermopylae.
- Here is one about the Mayans.
- Here is one about six of the 80 bodies from the Roman occupation of Britain that were found in York. I just watched this one the other day, and it was good; but I’m always a little bit disappointed when they don’t recreate their faces. :(
All right, so, a few things: One, massive possibly trigger warning. Talking about violence, murder, possibly rape, and just general uncomfortable situations. If you want to watch a documentary about a certain subject and the documentary triggers you, please don’t hesitate to let me know, and I’ll try to find you a better one. Two, if what you’re looking for isn’t here or you have a request for a certain subject, let me know and I shall do my best to find them for you. :)
Bunny falls asleep
bun didn’t actually fall asleep!! bunnies flop over like this when they feel safe and comfortable in their environment. they rarely stretch out and lay down because they’re prey animals, so when ur bun does completely lays on their side or their back, it means they feel 10000% safe around you
i think it’s so brave when people can determine their ultimate faves
acrylicstains asked: Katie McGrath or
100 favourite females in 2013
♡ 8. Tatiana Maslany
"steve rogers is so boring"
"captain america is only interesting when he’s a prick"
"captain america doesn’t even have any powers why is he on the avengers"
"My real name’s Ariel. So my stage name is Murdermaid."
gillian anderson in the 90’s ❀◕ ‿ ◕❀
gillian anderson today ❀◕ ‿ ◕❀
gillian anderson with red hair ❀◕ ‿ ◕❀
gillian anderson blonde ❀◕ ‿ ◕❀
gillian anderson laughing ❀◕ ‿ ◕❀
gillian anderson cussing ❀◕ ‿ ◕❀
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Cary, my dear old friend, for many years, from the earliest years of either of us working in this country - thank you for that beautiful citation and the trouble you have taken to make it and for all the warm generosities in it.
Laurence Olivier thanking Cary Grant for presenting him with an Honourary Oscar, 1979.