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Two thousand years the history of Christianity

Title
Two thousand years [videorecording] : the history of Christianity / an LWT/Bravo co-production in association with C.T.V.C. ; director, Bob Bee.
Publication
Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 1999.

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Additional Authors
  • Bragg, Melvyn, 1939-
  • Cherry, Simon.
  • Bee, Bob.
  • Films for the Humanities (Firm)
  • London Weekend Television (Firm)
  • C.T.V.C.
  • Bravo Cable Network.
Description
10 videocassettes (47 min. each) : sd., col.; 1/2 in.
Summary
"Charts the story of Christianity from its very beginning to the second millennial anniversary of Jesus' birth ... . Filmed at historic [sites] and featuring interviews with noted experts, each program focuses on two centuries, presenting the spread of a religion that, when melded with social, political, and cultural events, played a major role in shaping the world"--Container.
Alternative Title
  • 2000 years
  • History of Christianity
  • Birth of a new religion.
  • Trials and triumphs in Rome.
  • African ascetics and Celtic monks.
  • Byzantium and the Holy Roman Empire.
  • Dark Ages and the Millennium.
  • Crusaders and schism in the East.
  • Heresy, war, and the Black Death.
  • Sectarianism and schism in Europe.
  • Fighting intolerance and slavery.
  • Coping with scientific and social change.
Subjects
Note
  • On containers subtitles on individual titles begin with "Christianity in the ... centuries."
  • Films for the Humanities & Sciences: FFH-9359--FFH 9368, 9359-A-NT--9368-A-NT.
Credits (note)
  • Series producer, Simon Cherry ; executive producer, Gillian Greenwood ; original music by Robert Hartshorne.
Event (note)
  • Videocassette release of programs produced for television.
System Details (note)
  • VHS.
Contents
v. 1. The birth of a new religion: 1st and 2nd centuries -- v. 2. Trials and triumphs in Rome: 3rd and 4th centuries -- v. 3. African ascetics and Celtic monks: 5th and 6th centuries -- v. 4. Byzantium and the Holy Roman Empire: 7th and 8th centuries -- v. 5. The Dark Ages and the Millennium: 9th and 10th centuries -- v. 6. Crusaders and schism in the East: 11th and 12th centuries -- v. 7. Heresy, war, and the Black Death: 13th and 14th centuries -- v. 8. Sectarianism and schism in Europe: 15th and 16th centuries -- v. 9. Fighting intolerance and slavery: 17th and 18th centuries -- v. 10. Coping with scientific and social change: 19th and 20th centuries.
Call Number
*UGS-1323
OCLC
44647724
Title
Two thousand years [videorecording] : the history of Christianity / an LWT/Bravo co-production in association with C.T.V.C. ; director, Bob Bee.
Imprint
Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 1999.
System Details
VHS.
Performer
Hosted by Melvyn Bragg.
Credits
Series producer, Simon Cherry ; executive producer, Gillian Greenwood ; original music by Robert Hartshorne.
Event
Videocassette release of programs produced for television.
Added Author
Bragg, Melvyn, 1939-
Cherry, Simon.
Bee, Bob.
Films for the Humanities (Firm)
London Weekend Television (Firm)
C.T.V.C.
Bravo Cable Network.
Added Title
2000 years
History of Christianity
Birth of a new religion.
Trials and triumphs in Rome.
African ascetics and Celtic monks.
Byzantium and the Holy Roman Empire.
Dark Ages and the Millennium.
Crusaders and schism in the East.
Heresy, war, and the Black Death.
Sectarianism and schism in Europe.
Fighting intolerance and slavery.
Coping with scientific and social change.
Research Call Number
*UGS-1323 [Video]
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