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Title Arab dynasties [(DVD) videorecording] / produced by Rüdiger Lorenz Filmproduktion [and] a production of Along Mekong Productions for SWR and SWR Media ; with Unesco ; ZDF ; DW.

Publication Info. Wynnewood, PA : Schlessinger Media, 2005.
Location Call No. Status
 Nichols Adult DVD Nonfiction  930.0917492 ARA    AVAILABLE
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Description 1 videodisc (36 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 teacher's guide.
Series The Arab world
Arab world.
System Details DVD.
Language English or Spanish language tracks ; closed-captioned.
Credits Persepolis (2000) : film by Rüdiger Lorenz and Faranak Djalali ; camera, Mohammad Aladpusch ; editor, Rüdiger Lorenz ; music, Farsin Farsinfar ; executive producers, Elke Dorsch-Wagner, Gisela Mahlmann.
Isfahan (2000) : film by Rüdiger Lorenz and Faranak Djalali ; camera, Mohammad Aladpusch ; editor, Rüdiger Lorenz ; music, Farsin Farsinfar ; executive producers, Elke Dorsch-Wagner, Gisela Mahlmann.
Samarkand (2003) : report by Elke Werry ; camera, Donald Saischowa ; editor, Mathews Anthony ; music, Stefan Eichinger, Steffen Neuert ; executive producer, Goggo Gensch.
Note Teacher's guide inserted and available online.
DVD features: discussion questions and activities.
Originally produced for the television series: Treasures of the world, heritage of mankind, between 2000 and 2003.
Based on an idea by Gustav-Adolf Bähr.
Audience Grades 7 & up.
Summary Looks at the realms of three Arab dynasties. Students will explore the ancient capitals of Persepolis, Iran, which features the palace of Darius I, king of ancient Persia and ruler of the Achaemenid dynasty, and Isfahan, Iran, the ancient town that Shah Abbas I of the Safavid dynasty chose to make the capital of Persia in the 16th century. Finally, journey to the mysterious desert oasis of Samarkand, Uzbekistan, a celebrated city on the Silk Road and home to the Registan Mosque, built during the Timurid dynasty.
Terms Of Use ML: Limited public performance rights to show these programs to any group in a school, public library, prison or military base without further written permission. These programs may be played in the same room as the audience or over a closed circuit television system within a building for viewing by an audience in the same building. No direct or indirect fees may be charged for showing these programs.
Subject Persepolis (Iran) -- History -- Juvenile films -- Videodiscs.
Iṣfahān (Iran) -- History -- Juvenile films -- Videodiscs.
Samarqand (Uzbekistan) -- History -- Juvenile films -- Videodiscs.
Civilization, Arab -- Juvenile films -- Videodiscs.
Islamic civilization -- Juvenile films -- Videodiscs.
Islamic Empire -- Juvenile films -- Videodiscs.
Islamic countries -- History -- Juvenile films -- Videodiscs.
Islamic countries -- Civilization -- Juvenile films -- Videodiscs.
Cities and towns, Ancient -- Juvenile films -- Videodiscs.
Persepolis (Iran) -- History -- Videodiscs.
Iṣfahān (Iran) -- History -- Videodiscs.
Samarqand (Uzbekistan) -- History -- Videodiscs.
Educational films.
Documentary films.
Genre Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Added Author Bähr, Gustav-Adolf.
Rüdiger Lorenz Filmproduktion.
Along Mekong Productions.
Südwestrundfunk (Germany)
SWR Media (Firm)
Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen.
Deutsche Welle TV.
Schlessinger Media.
Added Title Treasures of the world, heritage of mankind (Television program)
ISBN 1417102519
Standard No. 753201129239
Music No. V6164 Schlessinger Media
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