11.00 p.m. |HINT| The Fabulous Centers of Hellenism
Between the 3rd and 1st centuries BC, many cities in Asia Minor
(modern-day Turkey) reached unprecedented artistic levels. They were
the new centers of Hellenism--the fruit of the junction of Greek and
Eastern civilizations. In this episode, we visit the cities of
Ephesus and Pergamum. State-of-the art technology coupled with
enhanced 3D graphics allows us to view the cities as only the
original inhabitants could as we take a virtual tour of the Temple of
Artemis at Ephesus, Leptis Magna, and the Altar of Zeus complex at
Pergamum, which the citizens considered a symbol of the cultural
supremacy of Hellenistic people over the rest of the world. Features
high-end location photography and insights from some of the world's
leading archaeological experts.

11.30 p.m. |HINT|Egypt According to Cleopatra
Walk the streets of Alexandria, during the time of the Ptolemies,
alongside its citizens as their pharaoh, Cleopatra, serves as virtual
tour guide of Egypt. From the exotic yet cosmopolitan capital, built
by her ancestor Alexander the Great, to the Sanctuary of Dendera to
the magical Isle of Philae, we explore her empire by land and sea.
And, we follow Queen Cleopatra as she sets sail for Italy on a visit
to Caesar and end our journey within the city walls of Rome, where an
Egyptian temple is being erected for Cleopatra's deity protector,

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