Hypothesis: The sacred geography of ancient Greece.

 

Channel: dionisosb
Duration: 6:49
Description: The sacred geography of Ancient Greece.
The ancient Greek wised men claimed that the ancient Greek sanctuaries and cities were not founded in random places,
but there was a mathematical and geometrical link between them.
This claim meant to be proved nowadays by the use of modern resources.
The equal distances between cities and sanctuaries that continually are being discovered, is the evidence that ancient Greece is a vast geometric world.
The huge question is how the ancient Greek succeeded to use perfectly such a technology without the modern tools we have today?
Which is the lost knowledge that it hasn’ t been reached nowadays?
Published: July 2, 2011 2:33 pm

The beauty of the body. Art and Thought in Ancient Greece

 

Channel: Diputación de Alicante
Duration: 21:23
Description: “The Titans were sons of the god of the Sky and the goddes of the Earth. According to the Greeks a member of the race of the Titans, Prometheus was the one who formed man from a lump of clay. After life, the most importants gift from Prometheus to the Greeks was fire and with fire, the arts”. This documentary film takes a journey through the influence of the world of the ancient Greeks .
Published: March 9, 2016 2:09 pm

Athens vs Sparta, Sokratis and ancient Greece (Episode)

 

Channel: documentariess
Duration: 9:53
Description:
Ελληνικοί υπότιτλοι ancient civilization ATHENS and Sparta were both Greek cities and their people spoke a common language. In every other respect they were different. Athens rose high from the plain. It was a city exposed to the fresh breezes from the sea, willing to look at the world with the eyes of a happy child. Sparta, on the other hand, was built at the bottom of a deep valley, and used the surrounding mountains as a barrier against foreign thought. Athens was a city of busy trade. Sparta was an armed camp where people were soldiers for the sake of being soldiers. The people of Athens loved to sit in the sun and discuss poetry or listen to the wise words of a philosopher. The Spartans, on the other hand, never wrote a single line that was considered literature, but they knew how to fight, they liked to fight, and they sacrificed all human emotions to their ideal of military preparedness.
Published: October 3, 2008 10:39 am

Athens vs Sparta, Sokratis and ancient Greece

 

Channel: documentariess
Duration: 0:10
Description: Ελληνικοί υπότιτλοι ancient civilization ATHENS and Sparta were both Greek cities and their people spoke a common language. In every other respect they were different. Athens rose high from the plain. It was a city exposed to the fresh breezes from the sea, willing to look at the world with the eyes of a happy child. Sparta, on the other hand, was built at the bottom of a deep valley, and used the surrounding mountains as a barrier against foreign thought. Athens was a city of busy trade. Sparta was an armed camp where people were soldiers for the sake of being soldiers. The people of Athens loved to sit in the sun and discuss poetry or listen to the wise words of a philosopher. The Spartans, on the other hand, never wrote a single line that was considered literature, but they knew how to fight, they liked to fight, and they sacrificed all human emotions to their ideal of military preparedness.
Published: October 2, 2008 9:58 pm