Lost Kingdoms of the Maya

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History Documentary hosted by Susan Sarandon and published by National Geographic in 1993 - Chinese, English Multilanguage narration

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Long before Columbus, the Maya established one of the most highly developed civilizations of their time in the jungles of Mexico and Central America. Yet this advanced society of priests, astronomers, artisans, and farmers suddenly and mysteriously collapsed more than a thousand years ago.
Accompany archaeologists to Copan, Dos Pilas, and other spectacular Classic Maya ruins as they unearth artifacts and huge temples of incredible beauty. Recently deciphered hieroglyphics and other new discoveries offer astounding clues to the lives of these ancient people. You'll hear the startling story of one kingdom's downfall and its final desperate hours of violent warfare.
Through spine-tingling recreations, witness ancient rituals reenacted on sites where they originally occurred. And meet the enduring Maya who still maintain many of their ancestor's traditions.
You'll hear the voices of a magnificent civilization as you uncover LOST KINGDOMS OF THE MAYA.

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  • VideoCodec : XviD
  • PlayTime : 53mn 57s
  • Video Bitrate : 1530 Kbps
  • Resolution : 576x432 pixels
  • Aspect ratio : 4/3
  • Frame rate : 23.976 fps
  • Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.257
  • AudioCodec : MPEG-1 Audio layer 3
  • Audio Bitrate : 121 VBR Kbps
  • Languages : English/Mandarin

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