The Civilizations of Mexico videorecording /
Princeton, NJ : Films For the Humanities, 1986.
1 videocassette (VHS) (14 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
1) Spain in the New World. 2) Spain in the New World.
Covers Mexican civilizations from 5th century B.C. to the invasion of the Spaniards in 16th century A.D. Included are the Mayas and Aztecs.
SUBJECTS1) Mexico -- Civilization.
Briselance, Marie-France. Films for the Humanities (Firm)
F1210 .C49 1986 C.1 VH
Legacy ....videorecording /
New York : Ambrose Video Publishing, Inc., c1991.
6 videocassettes (57 min. each) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
This six part series explores the influence of ancient culture on our lives today. Host/writer Michael Wood visits the ancient cities and great ports of India and China, the deserts of Egypt and Iraq, the Mexico of the Inca, Aztec and Mayan peoples, the Greek and Roman monuments of Europe and the jungles of Central America searching for the living legacies of these once great civilizations. The series traces how the institutions that arose with urban civilization 5,000 years ago, such as organized religion, bureaucratic government and international trade are still affecting the political and cultural mindset of many parts of the world today.
Program 1. Iraq: the cradle of civilization -- Program 2. India: the empire of the spirit -- Program 3. China: the mandate of heaven -- Program 4. Egypt: the habit of civilization -- Program 5. Central America: the burden of time -- Program 6. The barbarian West.
1) Civilization, Ancient. 2) Iraq -- History. 3) India -- History. 4) China -- History. 5) Egypt -- History. 6) Central America -- History.
Iraq, the cradle of civilization India, the empire of the spirit China, the mandate of heaven Egypt, the habit of civilization Central America, the burden of time The barbarian West
Ambrose Video Publishing. Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.)
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.1 C.1 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.2 C.1 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.3 C.1 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.4 C.1 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.5 C.1 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.6 C.1 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.1 C.2 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.2 C.2 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.3 C.2 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.4 C.2 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.5 C.2 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.6 C.2 VH
PIN CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.1 C.3 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.2 C.3 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.3 C.3 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.4 C.3 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.5 C.3 VH
CB311 .L43 1991 PROG.6 C.3 VH
Mayas, Aztecs, and Incas [videorecording]
Huntsville, Texas : Educational Video Network, c1996.
1 videocassette (27 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 folded sheet.
Discusses the ancient Maya, Aztec, and Inca civilizations and their influence on the modern cultures of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and Andean South America.
1) Mayas. 2) Aztecs. 3) Incas.
Educational Video Network, Inc.
F1435 .M3 1996 C.1 VH
End of a culture videorecording /
Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities, c1986.
1 videocassette (VHS) (13 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
1) Spain in the New World 2) Spain in the New World.
The treasures brought back from Mexico by the Spaniards soon resulted in the arrival of more Europeans-adventurers, explorers, missionaries. The rush for gold and silver was on. European diseases and forced labor in the mines decimated the Indian populations. The treasure houses were looted and their contents melted down for bullion.
1) Indians, Treatment of -- Latin America. 2) Spain -- Colonies -- America. 3) Latin America -- Civilization. 4) Latin America -- History -- to 1600.
Briselance, Marie-France. FMI International (Firm) Films for the Humanities (Firm)
F1411 .E52 1986 C.1 VH
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