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Animation of ancient Iraq

An animated video of ancient Babylon, posted on facebook by the group I Love IRAQ. If it does not appear automatically, press here. مدينة بابل العظيمة Great #Babylon Posted by I Love IRAQ on Saturday, June 27, 2015   And another one of Uruk (2900 BC). If it does not …

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Animation of ancient Corinth

A very impressive digital reconstruction of ancient Corinth, Greece, as it was in the 2nd century AD, during the Roman Empire’s rule. It is made by Danila Loginov, Andrey Zarov and Vyacheslav Derbenev, members of the creative team History 3D (they have also made this video of Sevastopol in the …

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Animation of ancient Syracuse

A team of scholars made this video on how the city of Sicily looked like in the olden days. The video won the 2013 CHNT Video Award, and here is how it is presented on the youtube description: “The ignorance or the mis-knowledge of the archaeological background of a modern …

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Animation of ancient Parthenon

This is a video by altair.com   The group Whiskytree, which makes visuals for films, prepared a short video that depicts the Parthenon of antiquity, which includes their process.. You can watch it below. Historical accuracy is small.  

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Animation of the Knossos Palace

This is a digital reconstruction an amateur animator created. Perhaps the historical accuracy is not perfect, but one can certainly visualize the size of the Knossos Palace in this very short video. This are two more digital representations of the Knossos Palace made by Dragan Maric   Here is a …

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Animation of ancient Rome

Rome Reborn is an international initiative whose goal is the creation of 3D digital models illustrating the urban development of ancient Rome from the first settlement in the late Bronze Age (ca. 1000 B.C.) to the depopulation of the city in the early Middle Ages (ca. A.D. 550). With the …

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Animation of the Santorini volcano history

In this video, made by Nicos Korakakis, the geographical history of Santorini is depicted. The island, which had been formed 30,000 years ago, was double in size compared to its modern state.  Almost 25,000 years ago, the island’s volcano erupted and formed the caldera, sinking almost half of the island. …

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