Engineering an empire. [Season 1, Episode 2], Egypt [electronic resource] / produced, written and directed by Christopher Cassel ; produced by KPI, History Television Network Productions.
- Other Title:
- Egypt : engineering an empire
- New York, NY : A&E Television Networks, 2006.
1 online resource (91 minutes)
- Engineering -- Egypt.
Architecture, Ancient -- Egypt.
Egypt -- History -- To 332 B.C.
Egypt -- Civilization.
- Documentary television programs.
- In English.
- System Details:
- video file
- Twenty-five hundred years before the reign of Julius Caesar, the ancient Egyptians were deftly harnessing the power of engineering on an unprecedented scale. Egyptian temples, fortresses, pyramids and palaces forever redefined the limits of architectural possibility. They also served as a warning to all of Egypt's enemies-that the world's most advanced civilization could accomplish anything. This two-hour special uses cinematic recreations and cutting-edge CGI to profile the greatest engineering achievements of ancient Egypt, and the pharaohs and architects who were behind them. Includes Djoser's Step Pyramid at Saqqara, Senusret's Nubian Superfortresses, Hatshepsut's Mortuary Temple at Dier el-Bahari, Akhenaten's city at Amarna, and the temples of Ramesses the Great at Abu Simbel.
- Host: Peter Weller; narrator, Michael Carroll.
- Title from resource description page (viewed June 19, 2018).
- Cassel, Chris, director, producer, screenwriter.
Carroll, Michael (Narrator), narrator.
Weller, Peter, 1947- host.
Arts and Entertainment Network, publisher.
Kralyevich Productions, production company.
History Channel (Television network), production company.
- Other format:
- Original version:
- Access Restriction:
- Restricted for use by site license.
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