In the city of Jerusalem, a man is crucified - Jesus of Nazareth. His death gives birth to a global religion. But Christianity may never have happened without the Roman Empire.

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Nick Brown, Dan Clifton

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Ed Fields (contributing writer)
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Episode credited cast:
Josh Brolin ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
George Wunderlich George Wunderlich ... Himself - National Museum of Civil War Medicine
Ted Wright Ted Wright ... Himself - Crossexamined.org (as Rev. Ted W. Wright)
Henry Louis Gates ... Himself - Harvard University (as Prof. Henry Louis Gates Jr.)
John Shea John Shea ... Himself - Stony Brook University
Peter Aicher Peter Aicher ... Himself - University of Southern Maine
James Meigs James Meigs ... Himself - Editor-in-Chief, Popular Mechanics
Richard Machowicz ... Himself - Military Expert & Former Navy Seal (as Richard 'Mack' Machowicz)
Mike Loades Mike Loades ... Himself - Military Historian
H.M. Agnes Hsu H.M. Agnes Hsu ... Herself - China Institute & UNESCO (as Dr. H. M. Agnes Hsu)
Timothy Brook Timothy Brook ... Himself - University of British Columbia (as Dr. Timothy Brook)
Kara Cooney Kara Cooney ... Herself - University of California, Los Angeles (as Dr. Kara Cooney)
Thaddeus Russell Thaddeus Russell ... Himself - Writer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lee Bennett Lee Bennett ... Spartan King Pausanius
Ait ben Azzouz Brahim ... Saint Paul (as Brahim ait ben Azzouz)
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In the city of Jerusalem, a man is crucified - Jesus of Nazareth. His death gives birth to a global religion. But Christianity may never have happened without the Roman Empire.

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20 November 2012 (USA) See more »

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Dr. H.M. Agnes Hsu: The Roman were obsessed with Chinese silk, and they would cross oceans and across lands in pursuit of these exotic foreign goods. It's not what they *needed*, but they were going after what they *wanted*.
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Two powerful Empires.
17 June 2017 | by elo-equipamentosSee all my reviews

This fantastic documentary l was taped from History Channel cos' l knew that it won't be released in Brazil,so all episodes are in my collection available to me any time that l wanna see, on this third is about Empires recounting the most significant moments around the phenomenon called Jesus and how it became one most powerful religion in the world "The Christianism" the second part is about the Chinese Empire and how the Romans want to know how the silk was made and the first meeting with the Emperor and all over silk's routes,all this is dramatized by hundred actors who gave to us an idea how those powerful empires supposed could be.

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First watch: 2017 / How many: 1 / Source: DVD / Rating: 7.5


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