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TTC Video - Alexander The Great And The Macedonian Empire
30 June 2011

TTC Video - Alexander The Great And The Macedonian Empire
TTC Video - Alexander The Great And The Macedonian Empire
36xDVDRip | AVI / XviD, ~857 kb/s | 640x480 | ~36 files x 30 min | English: MP3, 96 kb/s (2 ch) | 7.58 GB
Genre: Elearning

With the exception of Jesus Christ, virtually no figure in antiquity is more renowned in the history of the West than Alexander the Great. His feats are the stuff of legend, inspiring medieval romances, painting and sculptures, and even blockbuster movies. And more than two millennia after the legendary ruler's death, Alexander's remarkable victory over the Persians in 331 B.C. still stands as an emblem for superlative military leadership. The young Julius Caesar compared his achievements to those of the Macedonian king—and found them lacking. Napoleon styled himself as a new Alexander, even invading Egypt in the shadow of his Macedonian predecessor. Even U.S. general Norman Schwarzkopf, when asked to comment on the U.S. victory in the Gulf War, cited a surprising inspiration: Alexander the Great. But the historical Alexander—the man behind the legend—is even more intriguing than the stories that have sprung up about him in the centuries since his death. Alexander was more than simply a battle lord or king; through his remarkable achievements, he changed the face of the ancient world and laid the foundation for the great traditions of the Roman Empire. And he did it all in fewer than 12 years. In Alexander the Great and the Macedonian Empire, go beyond the myth to learn about this great military leader and his world. In 36 spellbinding lectures, you'll enter the world of Alexander and witness the astonishing feats of military genius that made his name renowned for millennia after his death. Your guide into the life of this legendary leader is Professor Kenneth W. Harl of Tulane University. An expert on the classical world, Professor Harl presents Alexander within the context of his life and times. You'll see Alexander as the successor to great political and cultural traditions as well as an innovative military genius who forged a new world order. Through this detailed portrait, you'll go beyond the legends and the myths to truly understand what made Alexander great.
The Making of Fanny and Alexander (1986) 1080p BluRay x264-MELiTE
8 February 2012

The Making of Fanny and Alexander (1986) 1080p BluRay x264-MELiTE
The Making of Fanny and Alexander (1986) 1080p BluRay x264-MELiTE
English | 01:49:14 | H264 | 1440x810 | 25.00fps 8532 Kbps | AC3 128 Kbps 48.0khz | 6.54 GiB
Genre: Documentary

Through the wide eyes of ten-year-old Alexander (Bertil Guve), we witness the great delights and conflicts of the Ekdahl family—a sprawling, convivial bourgeois clan living in turn-of-the-century Sweden. Intended as Ingmar Bergman’s swan song, Fanny and Alexander (Fanny och Alexander) is the legendary filmmaker’s warmest and most autobiographical film, a triumph that combines his trademark melancholy and emotional rigor with immense joyfulness and sensuality. The Criterion Collection is proud to present not only the theatrical version—winner of the 1984 Academy Award® for Best Foreign Language Film—but also, for the first time on home video in the U.S., the original five-hour television version, together in a single boxed set. Also included is Bergman’s own feature-length documentary The Making of Fanny and Alexander (Dokument Fanny och Alexander), offering a unique glimpse into his creative process and a candid behind-the-scenes look at a monumental film in the making. INCLUDED WITH FANNY AND ALEXANDER, FOR THE FIRST TIME ON DVD: THE MAKING OF FANNY AND ALEXANDER The Making of Fanny and Alexander is a fascinating look at the creation of a masterpiece. Directed by Ingmar Bergman himself, this feature-length documentary chronicles the methods of one of cinema’s true luminaries as he labors to realize his crowning production. Featuring Bergman at work with many of his longtime collaborators—including cinematographer Sven Nykvist and actors Erland Josephson, Gunnar Björnstrand, and Harriet Andersson—The Making of Fanny and Alexander is a witty and revealing portrait of a virtuoso filmmaker.
Alexander the Great: The Invisible Enemy: A Biography
6 April 2011

Alexander the Great: The Invisible Enemy: A Biography

J M O'Brien, "Alexander the Great: The Invisible Enemy: A Biography"

English | 1994 | ISBN:0415106176 | PDF | 4 Mb

In the last seven years of his life, Alexander the Great grew increasingly unpredictable, sporadically violent, megalomaniacal and suspicious of friends as well as enemies. This latest biography of antiquity's most renowned conqueror differs from others in its detailed assessment of Alexander's psychological development. In Alexander The Great John Maxwell O'Brien takes an imaginative approach to his subject in choosing Dionysus, the god of wine and ambivalence, as the framework for a discussion of Alexander's alcoholism and often contradictory personality traits. O'Brien's pursuit of his subject explores every imaginable detail, discussing Alexander's cultural tastes, religious beliefs, parents, aspirations, exploits, fears, sexuality and alcoholism. Alexander The Great takes into account the latest scholarship in the field, incorporating the latest methods of interpretation in archaeology, anthropology, psychology, mythology and philosophy.
Alexander RELOADED
19 November 2010

Alexander RELOADED

Alexander RELOADED l English l PC l Size 1.55 GB

In this day and age, it's inevitable that a game will be created based on a high-profile action adventure movie. History tells us that these games stink for the most part, and Alexander, which ties in with Oliver Stone's movie of the same name, unfortunately falls into this majority. This conventional real-time strategy game attempts to follow Alexander the Great's campaign of conquest, but it is marred by sloppy development, factual inaccuracies, and a general failure to capture the scope of what made Alexander so interesting and unique to historians. The game does have the foundation to be a good strategy title, but this doesn't save it from the aforementioned problems.
battle tactics.
As you can guess, the game takes place during Alexander's lifetime (356 to 323 BC). There is actually quite a bit of content here. The single-player campaign starts with the Macedonian viewpoint, which is Alexander's conquest, and then it lets you play as the other three factions of Persia, Egypt, and India. Their missions are varied and they can keep you occupied for quite a long time. Mission objectives are highlighted on the minimap and the goals are clear, which is desirable in any strategy game. There is also a skirmish mode for single- and multiplayer games against computer and human opponents.
Alexander the Great-SKIDROW
29 March 2011

Alexander  the Great-SKIDROW
Alexander the Great-SKIDROW
English | Publisher: Game Factory Interactive | Developer: World Forge | ISO | 1.04 Gb
Genre: Strategy

Upon the death of Philip the II, the kingdoms surrounding Macedonia refused to accept the authority of his young successor. Alexander was treated as a child. How wrong they were, Alexander did not prove himself as a weak link in the dynasty. He seized power with fire and raw steel. Within just two years of his ascendancy Alexander conquered the lands of Greece and continued his conquest to the East. The unshakable Persian Empire, conceited Egypt and aggressive India all perished in fire as the great Alexander marched through. In the latest game from Game Factory Interactive and World Forge you play the role of Alexander the Great and take the might of Macedonia to a new level of greatness. The global map is the key element of strategy. The player chooses the territory that he/she wants to conquer, develops his/her own strategy, conducts battle and observes the result of the chosen actions. All maneuvers made by the player are reflected on the global map.
Alexander the Great (2011)
3 April 2011

Alexander the Great (2011)
Alexander the Great (2011)
PC Game | Producer/Developer: Game Factory Interative, World forge | Language: English | 1.03 GB
Genre: Strategy


Upon the death of Philip the II, the kingdoms surrounding Macedonia refused to accept the authority of his young successor. Alexander was treated as a child. How wrong they were, Alexander did not prove himself as a weak link in the dynasty. He seized power with fire and raw steel. Within just two years of his ascendancy Alexander conquered the lands of Greece and continued his conquest to the East. The unshakable Persian Empire, conceited Egypt and aggressive India all perished in fire as the great Alexander marched through. In the latest game from Game Factory Interactive and World Forge you play the role of Alexander the Great and take the might of Macedonia to a new level of greatness.
Alexander the Great (2011)
3 April 2011

Alexander the Great (2011)


Alexander the Great (2011) | 1.03 GB


Upon the death of Philip the II, the kingdoms surrounding Macedonia refused to accept the authority of his young successor. Alexander was treated as a child. How wrong they were, Alexander did not prove himself as a weak link in the dynasty. He seized power with fire and raw steel. Within just two years of his ascendancy Alexander conquered the lands of Greece and continued his conquest to the East. The unshakable Persian Empire, conceited Egypt and aggressive India all perished in fire as the great Alexander marched through. In the latest game from Game Factory Interactive and World Forge you play the role of Alexander the Great and take the might of Macedonia to a new level of greatness.
Responses to Oliver Stone's Alexander: Film, History, and Cultural Studies
21 August 2010

Responses to Oliver Stone's Alexander: Film, History, and Cultural Studies
Responses to Oliver Stone's Alexander: Film, History, and Cultural Studies
University of Wisconsin Press 2010 | 384 | ISBN: 0299232840 | PDF | 1 Mb
The charismatic Alexander the Great of Macedon (356–323 B.C.E.) was one of the most successful military commanders in history, conquering Asia Minor, Egypt, Persia, central Asia, and the lands beyond as far as Pakistan and India. Alexander has been, over the course of two millennia since his death at the age of thirty-two, the central figure in histories, legends, songs, novels, biographies, and, most recently, films. In 2004 director Oliver Stone’s epic film Alexander generated a renewed interest in Alexander the Great and his companions, surroundings, and accomplishments, but the critical response to the film offers a fascinating lesson in the contentious dialogue between historiography and modern entertainment....
Ray Brown, Monty Alexander, Russell Malone - Ray Brown, Monty Alexander, Russell Malone
1 June 2013

Ray Brown, Monty Alexander, Russell Malone - Ray Brown, Monty Alexander, Russell Malone

Ray Brown, Monty Alexander, Russell Malone - Ray Brown, Monty Alexander, Russell Malone
Year Of Release: 2002 | Total Time: 59:26 | Total Size: 235 MB
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue) | Bitrate: lossless
Genre: Jazz, Bop, Bop Bass, Mainstream Jazz, Swing
The Virtues of War: A Novel of Alexander the Great (Audiobook)
3 February 2012

The Virtues of War: A Novel of Alexander the Great (Audiobook)

The Virtues of War: A Novel of Alexander the Great (Audiobook)

2004 | 12 hours and 10 mins | ISBN: 1415913285 | MP3 64 kbps | 346 Mb

Alexander the Great (356-323 B.C.) ascended to the throne of Macedon at the age of 20. He fought his greatest battles, including the conquest of the mighty Persian Empire, before he was 25, and died at the age of 33, still undefeated by any enemy. His reputation as a supreme warrior and leader of men is unsurpassed in the annals of history.In the brilliantly imagined first-person voice of Alexander the Great, acclaimed novelist Steven Pressfield brings to life his epic battles, his unerring command of his forces, and the passions and ambitions that drove him. A full-blooded, multi-dimensional portrait, The Virtues of War captures Alexander's complex character. No one tells of battles as brilliantly as Pressfield, and here he vividly describes the seminal conflicts of Alexander's career, revealing the tactics behind them and capturing the blood, heat, and terror of the battlefield. ...