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Author Topic: Engineering An Empire, Vol. 3: Britain-Blood & Steel, Persians, & Maya-Death Empire  (Read 1774 times) Average Rating: 0
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« Topic Start: February 24, 2010, 04:44:52 pm »

Title: Engineering An Empire, Vol. 3: Britain-Blood & Steel, Persians, & Maya-Death Empire
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Studio: A&E Television Network
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Description:
The incredible displays of technological prowess continue in the third volume of Engineering An Empire. Watch the mights rise of the British Empire as it paves the way for the modern world, and explore the incredible engineering feats of the Persian Empire. Learn about Mayan ingenuity from 250 to 900 AD and search for clues regarding the civilization's strange disappearance.

* GREAT BRITAIN: Through the centuries, the British Empire used extraordinary engineering technology to become an industrial and military titan, giving rise to such inventions as the first locomotive.

* THE PERSIANS: The engineering feats of the mysterious Persian Empire include a water management system, a paved cross-continent roadway, and one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

* THE MAYA: By 900 AD, the once-glorious Mayan cities disappeared. Unravel the mystery surrounding this mythic civilization through its spectacular infrastructure and architecture.

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