8.00 p.m. |HINT| Lost Treasures Of The Ancient World:Greece
It is a sad fact that many Grecian achievements were destroyed by
those who subsequently conquered the land; however, those that
survive are a testimony to Greek skill and ideals. We take viewers on
an incredible journey to witness the breathtaking beauty of the
Acropolis and the Parthenon--now and as they once were--and the
majesty of the remains at Delphi, including the inspiring Temple of
Zeus. Featuring new location footage, stylish period reconstructions,
and groundbreaking 3D graphics and animation sequences, as well as
interpretation and analysis by the world's leading authorities,
including Dr. John Bennet of the Institute of Archaeology, Oxford and
Dr. Chris Pelling of University College, Oxford.

9.00 p.m. |HINT| Athens' Subway
Under Athens' bustling metropolis, an unique engineering project
transformed the city, building a new underground Metro system, while
uncovering secrets of its past, alleviating chronic traffic problems,
and preparing for the 2004 Olympics. But to dig stations and tunnels
in the heart of one of the world's oldest sites of continuous
habitation, engineers had to accommodate the largest archaeological
excavations conducted to date in Athens. Thousands of invaluable
artifacts were discovered, spanning more than 25 centuries. We talk
with leading project engineers and archaeologists to explore the
difficult balance between progress and preservation. Unique library
film records every stage by which gigantic Tunnel Boring Machines cut
under some of the most famous architecture of the ancient world.
Despite problems and delays, the Athens' Metro finally opened in
January 2000. Its dazzling modern stations at the center of the city
contain ancient artifacts found at the station sites.

9.00 p.m. |HISTU| Ancient Discoveries :Ancient Computer?

10.00 p.m. |HINT| Athens: Triumph and Tragedy
After the Persians' defeat in 479 B.C., Athens entered a Golden Age
when her democratic assembly ruled supreme. Pericles commissioned the
Parthenon, a majestic temple for the goddess Athena overlooking her
city, and embarked on a building spree. Visit Athens' marbled trove
and see how their colossal cost ultimately led to war with Sparta

11.00 p.m. |HINT| The First Olympics
In Ancient Greece, many city-states staged athletic games, but
history will always remember Olympia. Beginning in 776 BC, and for
every four years after, battlefields emptied and warriors flocked to
the famous arena, where the desire for victory and glory in the name
of Zeus left many broken bodies. We visit ruins of the temples and
the baths, where victorious athletes, glistening with olive oil and
sweat from the Olympic sun, wore their laurel wreaths with pride and

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