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Ancient Maya: Power Centers

Ancient Maya: Power Centers

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A superpower of it's age the Maya grew from a marginal ethnic group to Central America's dominant military cultural and mercantile society-all without the aid of metal tools of beasts of burden. In this eye-opening program WHERE DID IT COME FROM? goes on location in Mexico and Guatemala to explore the legacy of the great Mayan culture. Join host Michael Guillen as he demonstrates the tools the Maya used to carve through limestone and the techniques they employed to build roads that still exist today. Examine the mysterious acoustical phenomena in the ball court and pyramid at Tikal and journey to the ancient city of Yaxchilan for an exciting look at the remains of what some believe to be the largest pre-fourteenth-century suspension bridge ever built. From monumental masonry temples to lavish sports stadia THE ANCIENT MAYA: POWER CENTERS is a revealing look at the touchstone accomplishments of this enigmatic people.

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    Title: Ancient Maya: Power Centers
    Genre: Special Interest-Documentary
    Starring: David Soren, Al Burke, Michael Guillen
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand
    Release Date: 6/29/2010
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 225560
    UPC: 733961225563
    Item #: ANE225560

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 6/29/2010
    Run Time: 50 minutes
    Studio: A&E Home Video