Man, Moment, Machine: Alexander the Great and the Devastating Catapult

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The History Channel's documentary series on inventors and their magnificent innovations continues with Man, Moment, Machine: Alexander the Great and the Devastating Catapult - an account of the titular warrior and his revolutionary weapon. The program hearkens back to 332 B.C. on the Island of Tyre - a locale with a central fortified city that struck many as utterly impenetrable. Alexander invalidated this notion, however, by slipping up to the city with his Macedonian naval fleet, building a strategic causeway, and both constructing and employing a weapon that would carry him ever further along his path to ruler of the known world. This documentary explains how these events forever rewrote the rules of ancient warfare. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

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Release Date
1/15/08 
Studio
A&E Home Video
Length
50 minutes
Sound
  • Dolby Digital Stereo
Number of Discs
1

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