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The Bronze Age Collapse – Before the Storm – Extra History – #1

The Bronze Age Collapse – Before the Storm – Extra History – #1

Giant cities, thriving civilizations. Literacy, art, trade Wonders, temples, and palaces. Then, nothing but cinder and ash [Intro Music] The Bronze Age Collapse is one of history’s greatest mysteries. All along the crescent, from modern day Egypt to Greece, there once existed spectacular ancient civilizations. Civilizations that have lasted thousands of years. That built wonders …

The Battle of the Granicus (334 B.C.E.)

The Battle of the Granicus (334 B.C.E.)

It was May of the year 334 B.C.E, and Alexander the Great’s invasion of the Persian Empire had just begun. For the moment, Alexander’s stated goal was to pursue a policy of liberation for Greek city-states living under Persian rule. At least, that’s what he was telling everybody, and at this point there was no …

The True Story of 6 Remarkable Sisters

This video is supported by The Great Courses Plus. [DAVID] “I’m normal, my wife is normal, but my daughters are which more foolish than the other. Nancy writes lies about me, Diana’s the most hated woman in the country, Jessica’s missing off the face of the earth, and Unity is in the arms of… Hitler!” …

Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic Cells (Updated)

Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic Cells (Updated)

Captions are on! Click CC at bottom right to turn off. Get updates from @AmoebaSisters on Twitter and Facebook! I’ll never forget a circular red spot I developed on my arm when I was in elementary school. It left a lasting memory in my mind, because it was something called ringworm and, with my active …

Classification

Classification

Captions are on! To turn off, click the CC button at bottom right. Follow the amoebas on Twitter (@AmoebaSisters) and Facebook! There are a lot of animals that I have always thought are cool. Salmon, hairless guinea pigs, iguanas…silkie bantam chickens… But one day in my 7th grade science class, my teacher told us we …