Drive Thru History, Rome
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Drive Thru History
ROME If You Want To
From Focus on the Family and Tyndale House Publishers
Drive Thru History is a joyride through the fast lane of time gone by, led by the irreverent but always relevant Dave Stotts. Dave doesn’t just talk about history; he lives it--in fast, easy-to-digest road trips. Take, for instance, the trip to the Coliseum in Rome where Dave accidentally picks a fight with one of those cheesy "Roman guards" who’ll pose for a picture for a couple of euros. Suddenly, Dave is Maximus in a fight to the death (in his mind, that is). Drive Thru History makes exploring the history of Western civilization meaningful and totally entertaining.
On the ROME series, you’ll visit the Forum and the Palatine Hills, you’ll meet the famous emperors during the time of Christ, the Arch of Titus, where you’ll see the first-hand evidence of the destruction of Jerusalem as recording in the relics of history. In the second of three episodes, you’ll visit the Circus Maximus, where the chariot races took place, the Roman Pantheon, the place of polytheistic worship. You’ll learn about such momentous events as the great fire of Rome and Neros resulting persecution of the Christians. In the third episode, you’ll become acquainted with Hannibal’s invasion of Rome, the Colosseum and the Gladiators and the early Christian influence over the empire. Recipient of the Homeschooling Parent Magazine Homeschool Friendly 2005 Stamp of Approval.
Here’s a customer comment. We received it just today in an unsolicited e-mail:
The Drive thru History series is probably the most easily understood teaching of Roman and Greek history I have ever experienced. Don’t forget to tell your readers to put their DVD into the computer and print off the study guides for the DVDs. My husband is an Army Chaplain currently in Iraq. I sent him a set of these DVDs and his Sunday School class attendance nearly doubled. These videos have also been enjoyed by my 3,6,9 year old children. My 9 year old can really hold his own when discussing early history. I am looking forward to the Turkey edition that will come out in Feb 2006! Peace and Blessings--SM (A Home School Family)
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