4.00 p.m. |DCIVC|Unsolved History: Trojan Horse
Greek poet Homer writes of an abducted princess, a 10-year siege of
the city of Troy and a clever trick in the form of a wooden horse
that brought the war to a swift and bloody end; but how much of the
story is fact and how much is romanticized fiction?

11.30 p.m. |HINT|The Forgotten Civilizations of Anatolia
Throughout the course of history, many great civilizations have
flourished in the area we now identify as Turkey, which forms a
natural bridge between Europe and Asia. Join us on a virtual tour of
Gordiyon (also known as Gordium), the domain of King Midas, Hattusa,
the famous Hittite capital with its spectacular royal citadel, and
the later cities ruled by the Greeks during the days of the Byzantine
Empire. Using state-of-the-art computer technology and the latest in
archaeological exploration, we walk viewers through ancient sites
along with the citizens of the time.

DCIVC = Discovery Civilizations
HINT = History International