A 2011 National Geographic History Documentary narrated by Dominic Frisby.
A brave warrior who saved Britain from the barbarian Anglo and Saxon hordes or a mythical figure who has passed into legend? Follow a team of experts as they sift through the story of King Arthur in search of hard historical fact.
Thunderbirds, one of the great mythical creatures of ancient North America. Some claim they must have originated from sightings of massive, maybe even prehistoric birds. But is there more to the original stories? This episode examines the Thunderbird of cryptozoology fame, and then dives into the myth itself. If you like the show, be sure to subscribe and consider supporting at https://anchor.fm/wadingin/support Follow me on Facebook and Minds Check out the Blog WadingInpodcast.com
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In this Video, I will sand Cast Link's Hylian Shield in solid Aluminum. Due to time Constraints, I will do a followup video when I complete the Finish work on the Shield. This is only the casting and the cleanup process. The Pattern was printed on my 3D Printer(Ender 3 Pro). The pattern was designed by A SKEWED VIEW 3D. Thingiverse File https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:296...
Dr. Patrick Glauthier, Department of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania Aries the Ram, Taurus the Bull, Cetus the Sea-monster - there's no shortage of mythical animals among the constellations of ancient Greece and Rome. But why do such creatures populate the heavens in the first place? And what did they mean to the societies that first identified and named them? Although it can be hard for us to clearly identify two Bears circling up above, the ancient imagination saw animalistic drama and intrigue all over the night sky, and the particulars of these narratives were often felt to impact life on earth. This talk will explore the history of some of these constellations, their representations in ancient art and literature, and their role in ancient Greco-Roman society more broadly. Fair use act 1976. For educational or criticism and comments. Come visit us at: https://the-underground-revolution.mn.co/share/v83AdOplqbNOVg9m?utm_source=manual This channel is not monetized. Pay homage by simply joining the Underground Revolution, and following me.😎👍🏻🙏🏻✌🏻😊
Dr. Jeremy McInerney, Davidson Kennedy Professor Department of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania
The Greek imagination was populated with all sorts of hybrids and monsters, from the half-horse, half man centaur to the chimaera, a blend of lion, snake and goat. What function did these creatures play in Greek culture? In this lecture we’ll look at some of the most extraordinary monsters and fabulous creatures of the Greeks and try to explain where they came from and why the Greeks were fascinated by them. Fair use act 1976. For educational or criticism and comments. Come visit us at: https://the-underground-revolution.mn.co/share/v83AdOplqbNOVg9m?utm_source=manual This channel is not monetized. Pay homage by simply joining the Underground Revolution, and following me.😎👍🏻🙏🏻✌🏻😊
Gediminas, the Grand Duke of Lithuania killed a proud and powerful aurochs while hunting and dreamt of a howling iron wolf . The pagan priest Lizdrika prophesied: "A capital will arise here (Vilnius) , power and beauty of which will be legendary throughout the world. It's glory will be as mighty as the howl of the iron wolf...
In 1966, the residents of a small town in West Virginia were stalked by an unknown creature with glowing red eyes. Was he real or just a figment of the imagination? And does recent photographic evidence suggest he may have returned? This week on Bedtime Stories, we retell the legend of the Mothman.
The norn pride themselves on their ferocity and the success of their hunts. Each year, young heroes gather to hunt and to boast of their accomplishments. Only the most impressive are chosen to go on that year's Great Hunt...
Since its 1984 release, Legend has become the biggest selling reggae album of all time. This film comprehensively reviews the music, its creation and the people behind it. The first rate critics include Dave Robinson; former head of Island Records and the man who created the Legend compilation, and Lloyd Bradley; world famous music writer (author of Bass Culture: When Reggae Was King), amongst many others. Vintage Marley footage, including one of his last performances with the Wailers in 1981 completes truly the final analysis you will ever need of the album that cemented the status of a Legend.
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