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Discovery Channel - Artifacts 6of6 Silk: The Thread Connecting East and West (2007) DVDRip DivX5 AC3-MVGroup
28 July 2011

Discovery Channel - Artifacts 6of6 Silk: The Thread Connecting East and West (2007) DVDRip DivX5 AC3-MVGroup
Discovery Channel - Artifacts 6of6 Silk: The Thread Connecting East and West (2007) DVDRip DivX5 AC3-MVGroup
Language: English
00:47:27 | 720x368 | DivX5 - 1943Kbps | 29.970fps | AC3 - 256Kbps | 746MB
Genre: Documentary

Beautiful, smooth, soft, delicate, strong, and precious: silk. This amazing fabric has captivated human imagination for over 2000 years. Throughout history, it has clothed the rich and powerful. But more than this, it has been a form of currency, a tool of diplomacy, a badge of rank, and a fabric of the divine. And silk, above all other treasures, has been the thread connecting East and West. It is an artifact that has truly shaped history. The discovery of silk is said to have taken place in China almost two and a half thousand years ago by the wife of the "yellow emperor", Huang Di. Legend has it that the lady H'si Ling made her discovery when a silk moth cocoon fell from a mulberry tree into her hot tea where it began to unravel. The empress has been revered ever since as "the lady of silk" who taught the Chinese to cultivate mulberry trees and raise silk worms. Her discovery of the secret of silk would profoundly influence the history of China and the world.
SiLK Art Pack Volume II Addiction-SiLK
13 February 2013

SiLK Art Pack Volume II Addiction-SiLK

Release name: SiLK.Art.Pack.Volume.II.Addiction-SiLK
Size: 9.6 MB
Date: 12.02.2013
Questar Films - The Silk Road: China to Turkey (2011) DVDRip x264 AAC-MVGroup
23 August 2013

Questar Films - The Silk Road: China to Turkey (2011) DVDRip x264 AAC-MVGroup
Questar Films - The Silk Road: China to Turkey (2011) DVDRip x264 AAC-MVGroup
English | 136min | H264 | 960x540 | 29.97fps 2171 Kbps | AAC 159 Kbps 48.0khz | 1.95 GiB
Genre: Documentary

The Silk Road influenced the great civilizations of China, India, Ancient Egypt, Persia, Arabia, and Ancient Rome. The Silk Road was filmed by award-winning filmmaker Marlin Darrah, and crew. Filmed in high definition.In 1271 Marco Polo left Venice, Italy on a journey of 4,000 miles to China. His book, "The Travels of Marco Polo," opened the trade route to greater traffic as cultures, ideas, and goods from the West and East were exchanged and great fortunes were made on the Silk Road. China traded silk, teas, and porcelain. India traded spices, ivory, textiles, precious stones, and pepper. The Roman Empire exported gold, silver, fine glassware, wine, carpets, and jewels. This program travels through five countries and thirty cities bridging the Far East with Europe. Visit these exotic lands and learn about their cultures, modern traditions, and histories.
Silk S01E05 HDTV XviD-RiVER
22 March 2011

Silk S01E05 HDTV XviD-RiVER
Maxine Peake is Martha Costello, in her thirties, single, passionate and a defence barrister applying for silk. Innocent until proven guilty are four words she lives by. But how does this fundamental principle stand up to examination by clients who are sometimes good, sometimes bad and sometimes evil? Martha is faced with challenging cases and surprising clients. Her beliefs and prejudices, her conscience and her faith in the criminal justice system are tested to the limit over the course of the series. Joining Martha is Clive Reader, played by Rupert Penry-Jones. He's funny, gifted and dangerous. The same age as Martha, they're called to the bar together. Both are applying for silk – how they perform in court is vital to this process and Clive knows how to play the game. Neil Stuke plays Billy, the senior clerk at Martha's chambers. He is dedicated to Martha, even if secretly he believes that she hasn't got a chance of being made a QC. Nick Slade, played by Tom Hughes is Martha's pupil. Niamh Cranitch (Natalie Dormer) is assigned to Clive. Both are thrown in at the deep end and, as "baby barristers", must sink or swim. Only one pupil will be taken on as a member of chambers at the end of the series. Who will it be and why? And how will Martha and Clive influence the outcome?
Silk 1×06 720p HDTV x264-FoV
30 March 2011

Silk 1×06 720p HDTV x264-FoV
60 Minutes | 1507 MB
Maxine Peake is Martha Costello, in her thirties, single, passionate and a defence barrister applying for silk. Innocent until proven guilty are four words she lives by. But how does this fundamental principle stand up to examination by clients who are sometimes good, sometimes bad and sometimes evil? Martha is faced with challenging cases and surprising clients. Her beliefs and prejudices, her conscience and her faith in the criminal justice system are tested to the limit over the course of the series. Joining Martha is Clive Reader, played by Rupert Penry-Jones. He's funny, gifted and dangerous. The same age as Martha, they're called to the bar together. Both are applying for silk – how they perform in court is vital to this process and Clive knows how to play the game. Neil Stuke plays Billy, the senior clerk at Martha's chambers. He is dedicated to Martha, even if secretly he believes that she hasn't got a chance of being made a QC. Nick Slade, played by Tom Hughes is Martha's pupil. Niamh Cranitch (Natalie Dormer) is assigned to Clive. Both are thrown in at the deep end and, as "baby barristers", must sink or swim. Only one pupil will be taken on as a member of chambers at the end of the series. Who will it be and why? And how will Martha and Clive influence the outcome?
Ancient Glass Research Along The Silk Road
21 August 2010

Ancient Glass Research Along The Silk Road
Ancient Glass Research Along The Silk Road
World Scientific Publishing Company 2009 | 496 | ISBN: 9812833560 | PDF | 5 Mb
The Silk Road is a main artery connecting Europe and Asia for political, economical, cultural and technical exchange in antiquity, and glass is one of the earliest artificial materials to be invented. Studying the origin and evolution of ancient glass along the Silk Road is thus significant for understanding the development and exchange of culture and technology between China and abroad. ...
BBC - The Story of India: Spice Routes and Silk Roads (2007) DvDrip-MVGroup
3 December 2010

BBC - The Story of India: Spice Routes and Silk Roads (2007) DvDrip-MVGroup
BBC - The Story of India: Spice Routes and Silk Roads (2007) DvDrip-MVGroup
Language: English
59 Min | 704 x 400 | XviD - 1568Kbps | 25.000fps | ACC - 192Kbps | 746 MB
Genre: Documentary

In this episode he traces India in the days of the Roman Empire. In Kerala the spice trade opened India to the world, whilst gold and silk bazaars in the ancient city of Madurai were a delight for visiting Greek traders. From the deserts of Turkmenistan Michael travels down the Khyber Pass to Pakistan to discover a forgotten Indian Empire that opened up the Silk Route and at Peshawar built a lost Wonder of the World.
SBS - Treasures of the Silk Road - Mysteries of the Taklamakan (2006)
28 July 2011

SBS - Treasures of the Silk Road - Mysteries of the Taklamakan (2006)
SBS - Treasures of the Silk Road - Mysteries of the Taklamakan (2006)
English | AVI | 8000 kbps 25 fps | 720 x 576 | MP3 224 kbps 48 KHz Stereo | 1h18mns | 4.36 GB
Genre: Documentary

Along the border between central Asia and India, behind the high Pamir and Tien Shan mountain chains, the Silk Road arrives at an immense basin forming a natural frame around one of the world's largest deserts, the Taklamakan. Its exceptional size and the extremes of its climate had for many years spared it from intrusion. Merchant caravans made their way from oasis to oasis on the edge of the desert rather than risk becoming lost in an ocean of sand and dunes, a white zone on the map of the world.
A crossroads of peoples, cultures and beliefs, discover the hidden civilizations of the Taklamakan, including the lost kingdom of Loulan and its mummies, the monastery-settlements on the Silk Road, long forgotten Buddhist frescoes and the mysterious citadel of Kara Khoto.
Klaus Paier & Asja Valcic - Silk Road (2013)
23 February 2013

Klaus Paier & Asja Valcic - Silk Road (2013)

Klaus Paier & Asja Valcic | Silk Road
Release:2013 | FLAC (tracks) | Lossless | 287 mb
Genre: Chamber Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
Homepage: amazon
Patricia Spero - Silk and Bamboo (2001)
22 May 2013

Patricia Spero - Silk and Bamboo (2001)

Patricia Spero | Silk and Bamboo
Release:2001 (CD 2006) | APE (image+.cue+.log) | Mp3 | Lossless | CBR 320kbps | 270 MB | 147 MB (Covers)
Genre: New AgeMeditative
Homepage: Silk and Bamboo