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Lost Kingdoms of Africa [DVD]
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This extraordinary and eye-opening, four-part series reaches back in time to explore realms that rivaled Egypt, buildings as inspiring as medieval cathedrals, and art that speaks to us across the centuries. Lost Kingdoms of Africa casts new light on a long-neglected area of the world s cultural heritage.
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I felt that the first episode was most probably the weakest in the series and the treatment of Southern Egypt (i.e. Nubia) could have been somewhat better. My favourite was the final episode which had Gus Casey-Hayford visiting Benin, Timbuktu and other parts of West Africa.
At the time of writing of this review, the second series has just finished it run on the BBC and I hope it will be released on DVD as well.
Recommended viewing and I would also recommend the companion book for the series.
J. Shejbal (Rome, Italy)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Something good coming out of Africa and more interesting than many animal programmesPublished 8 months ago by Rosebeth
This was really fantastic as most people will not know that`s where life all began - definitely worth watching.Published 17 months ago by gardener
I found this very interesting and really should be on the school curriculum, so children from the ethnic side feel part of history an not like you have just landed and taking up... Read morePublished on 19 Feb. 2014 by Jay
Fascinatingly varied series with stunning photography and an interesting narrative, explaining the development and demise of these ancient civilisations. Excellent.Published on 4 April 2013 by Anna English