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Remotest Rome: Empire Without Limit

R Documentary hosted by Mary Beard, published by BBC in 2016 - English narration


Mary Beard's Remotest Rome: Empire Without Limit
How could a not that borough in principal Italy come to overlook such a gargantuan area? What held the empire together and tore it apart? Mary Beard takes in the r and archaeology of the old-fashioned just ecstatic.

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In this first scene, Mary Beard reaches behind to the myths and legends of the origins of Rome to get to an sensitivity into the chasmic-established soul of the people of Rome — a borough born through fratricide and defilement. But from the very onset, Rome was also an asylum for outcasts and exiles and because of this, it adopted a uniquely comprehensive chat up advances towards its neighbours and defeated enemies. The extension of the borough brought vicinity in first in Italy and Sicily, where Rome first came boss to boss and sooner defeated her major opposition, Carthage. Mary then travels to Greece, where Rome adopted a complex mix of mindless extort and cultural flinch, and France, where she finds certification of war methods akin to unequivocally genocide. In to be expected story-busting cut, Mary argues that the stretch of greatest Roman extension occurred when Rome itself was little more than a unsophisticated backwater, a shantytown of mud and cube. The marble, commemorative Rome we know came about because of queenly domination — not the other way there in. And in the same, the origin and dominion of an empire transformed the statesmanship of Rome forever, creating the conditions for one-man customs, and ending the centuries-old Roman Republic.

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In the second scene, Mary Beard explores the medico just ecstatic of the Roman Empire, and finds surprising parallels with our own just ecstatic. Mounting out in the footsteps of the emperor Hadrian, she discovers a humongous empire certain together by a stale concrete mores, and a globalised husbandry of such decrease that certification of its side-effects can still be seen today, thousands of miles away from Rome. Mary unpicks the threads of a gargantuan commercial and cultural network, irresistible in the paramount victual of olive oil to Rome and her armies, the bondwoman mercantilism, and the all-influential mines of Spain. Following the praiseworthy Roman approach network, and the shipping routes connecting the empire's thriving ports, Mary reveals another side to the Roman Empire, one where builders and traders veil soldiers, and starring slaves, not senators, making the most of a hugely connected new just ecstatic.

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In the third scene Mary takes an in-abstruseness look at the dubiousness of agreement and citizenship within the Roman Empire. What did it mean to be, or to become, Roman, and how did the very different parts of the empire respond to Roman rule? In the splendidly preserved cities of Algeria, incomers and locals various to frame prosperous communities with a contrasting «more Roman than Rome» pale agreement. Mary follows the dog of one such African Roman from his autochthonous earth all the way to Britain, where he served as governor — that for all the brutality of domination, there were opportunities too. Here in Britain another display emerges, of defences underground, mongrel mores and incipient British agreement. In York and Newcastle, Mary finds the remains of Romans, but not as we might suspect them — a profitable African lady, officers from principal Europe and a settle crash student from Syria.

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In the fourth and terminal scene, Mary tackles the biggest on of all: why, and how, did the Roman Empire fall? Surveying the towering walls and fortifications of Britain and Germany, she discovers an empire under squeezing, struggling to check its borders. Mary seeks to redefine our expertness of the so-called «Barbarian Invasions», but also shows that the Roman Empire was fa even greater challenges from within. Maverick emperors toppled all the assumptions of right-conclusion Romans, while the constantly-honoured belief and beliefs of the Roman maintain came boss to boss with the unalloyed sureness of Jews and Christians. Finally, Mary asks whether the Roman Empire was transformed rather than destroyed, and indeed lives on in the just ecstatic we still see all around us — in our institutions and infrastructure, in the aspirations, methodology and symbolism of many empires since.


Specialized Specs

* Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4.1
* Video Bitrate: 2985 Kbps
* Video Light Relationship: 1280 x 720
* Video Result: 1.778 (16:9)
* Audio Codec: AAC LC
* Audio: English
* Audio Bitrate: 160 kb/s VBR 48 KHz
* Audio Channels: Stereo 2
* Run-Constantly: 59mins
* Framerate: 25 fps
* Slew of Parts: 4
* Container Mp4
* Take A Hand In Assay: 1.29 GB
* Creator: HDTV
* Encoded by: Harry65

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