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Pergamon and the New View of the World

Pergamon and the New View of the World

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Greece has long been considered as the cradle of European culture. What tends to be overlooked is that the beginnings of Greek culture and the foundations of Western intellectual history are to be found in Asia Minor. Three thousand years ago Greek emigrants landed on the Aegean coast of what is today known as Turkey. Here they founded many settlements which became centers of trade, science and philosophy. In cities such as Smyrna (modern day Izmir), Milet and Ephesos ideas came into being which formed the foundation for Plato's and Aristotle's writings. In Pergamon, with it's huge library, the intellectual life of the Ionians later blossomed, and this was incomparably expressed in the Berlin Pergamon altar that is featured in this informative and entertaining program.

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    Title: Pergamon and the New View of the World
    Genre: Special Interest-World History
    Attributes: Dolby
    Release Date: 4/30/2013
    Original Year: 2001
    Product Type: DVD
    Catalog #: 4847
    UPC: 032031484795
    Item #: 588725X
    This product is a special order

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 4/30/2013
    Closed Caption: No
    Run Time: 57 minutes
    Studio: Kultur Video