1. The Aeneid

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    from Angaelica LaPasta / Added

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    A short video inspired by the epic Aeneid.

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    • Augustus Caesar Diamond Geezer

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      from Andrew Ormerod / Added

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      In 43 BC Octavius Caesar joined forces with Marc Antony and Aemilius Lepidus to avenge the murder of his adopted father, Julius. Within a decade these men - the so-called Second Triumvirate - controlled between them the entirety of the Roman Empire. By 35 BC, Octavian had grown restless: He wanted more and was prepared to turn on his allies to get it. This film tells the story of how Octavian became Augustus Caesar, the supreme and absolute Emperor of Rome. Behold the love of Antony for Cleopatra! Gasp at the mighty gods of Rome and Egypt! Marvel at a film which fearlessly tackles the three most expensive words in the movie industry ("the fleets meet")! Politics, passion & the Battle of Actium - in under 15 minutes. Official Site: http://www.acdgthemovie.co.uk

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      • Avernus - two extracts

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        from Nol de Koning / Added

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        This video fragment is a try-out for presenting Nol de Koning’s work on Vimeo and consists of two excerpts of 'Avernus'. 'Avernus' is a version of the second part of the remix of 'Miseno', a 3-channel video installation from 1990 by Nol de Koning. The remix (2003) is a configuration of the installation by means of 3 pictures-in-picture, designed for one video projection on three panels fixed on a projection screen or the wall. More information and credits on Nol de Koning’s website (Enlish version, summary Miseno).

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        • Vergili Aeneidos Liber IV (Book 4 of Vergil's Aeneid)

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          from National Junior Classical League / Added

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          This is a complete recording of Book 4 of Vergil's Aeneid. The reader is Professor Wilfried Stroh, renowned, among other things, for his skill in the Latin language and for his recitation abilities. The style of Latin in this video is the restored Classical Latin pronunciation. The audio recording has been approved by Prof. Stroh for its use in this video. You are encouraged to freely use, download, or link to this video for educational purposes.

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          • Per Siwmark - PASSI D'EROE - 2011

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            The second video in the Per Siwmark "The Exhibitions" series . This is from the exhibition "PASSI D'EROE" at ARTROM Gallery in Rome, Italy during 7th May - 4th June 2011. The sculptures were created by the swedish sculptor Per Siwmark. This is his contribution, as a member, to the art movement Neutral-ism founded by the great Italian artist Francesco Perilli. A film by Per Siwmark. www.persiwmark.com www.siwmark.se

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            • Epically Epic Tales

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              from Jonathan Holman / Added

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              4 Tales by 4 Wise Men Featuring: Roy Abella Asa Holland Jonathan Holman Aaron Tomashefsky and Kevin Brumfield as Grendel I do not own any rights to the music featured in this video.

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              • Rivers of the Underworld

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                from Mark K. Johnson / Added

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                http://www.mkjohnsonmusic.com/ 2009 Rivers of the Underworld Liguria Study Center for the Arts and Humanities, Bogliasco (Genoa), Italy Glass vessels, digital animation, discarded objects, light, shadow and sound, oils, found objects Installation by Daniel K. Brown Greek and Roman mythology (Plato’s Phaedo and Republic, Homer’s Odyssey, Virgil’s Aeneid, and later in Dante’s Commedia) describes five Rivers of the Underworld all flowing underground and meeting within the oceans of the southern hemisphere at a point opposite Jerusalem – which aligns closely with the location of New Zealand. The five rivers were Acheron the River of Sorrow, Styx the River of Hatred, Phlegethonthe River of Boiling Blood, Cocytus the River of Frozen Tears, and finally the last was Lethe the River of Forgetfulness. The Greeks and Romans believed these five rivers equated to five actual underground rivers in Europe. This work is composed of five large apothecary jars representing ‘water’ from the five rivers of the underworld. The jars are filled with blackened oil surrounding elements and fetishes representing the individual themes of Sorrow, Frozen Tears, Boiling Blood, Hatred, and Forgetfulness. These jars represent the overall work as reliquaries and act as witnesses to the work’s conclusion.

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                • 2009 Rivers of the Underworld

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                  from Daniel K. Brown / Added

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                  http://www.danielkbrown.com 2009 Rivers of the Underworld Liguria Study Center for the Arts and Humanities, Bogliasco (Genoa), Italy. Music by Mark K. Johnson Installation by Daniel K. Brown Five apothecary jars (485mm X 150mm each), digital animation, discarded objects, light, shadow and sound, oils and found objects. Greek and Roman mythology (Plato’s Phaedo and Republic, Homer’s Odyssey, Virgil’s Aeneid, and later in Dante’s Commedia) describes five rivers of the Underworld all flowing underground and meeting within the oceans of the southern hemisphere at a point opposite Jerusalem – which aligns closely with the location of New Zealand. The five rivers were Acheron the River of Sorrow, Styx the River of Hatred, Phlegethon the River of Boiling Blood, Cocytus the River of Frozen Tears, and finally the last was Lethe the River of Forgetfulness. The Greeks and Romans believed these five rivers equated to five actual underground rivers in Europe. This work is composed of five large apothecary jars representing ‘water’ from the five rivers of the underworld. The jars are filled with blackened oil surrounding elements and fetishes representing the individual themes of Sorrow, Frozen Tears, Boiling Blood, Hatred, and Forgetfulness. These jars represent the overall work as reliquaries and act as witnesses to the work’s conclusion.

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                  • S.P.Q.R. TV

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                    from Dan Katter / Added

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                    Our latin final project- a magnum opus in three parts

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                    • Latin Video

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                      from LM Productions / Added

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                      Latin Video~

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