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《探索频道 拜占庭 失落的帝国》(Discovery Channel Byzantium The Lost Empire)全4集,已做源[DVDRip]

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    发行时间1997年
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中文名探索频道 拜占庭 失落的帝国
英文名Discovery Channel Byzantium The Lost Empire
资源格式DVDRip
版本全4集,已做源
发行时间1997年
制作发行Discovery Channel
地区美国
语言英语
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拜占庭帝国对以罗马为首都的罗马帝国而言,属于异教体系,在纪元初始数百年间,从西班牙到叙利亚,延伸出基督教罗马帝国之梦。虽然之后历史不断更迭,然而帝国的艺术家创造出的世上最精致华美的作品、庄严宏伟的建筑,仍为后人世代称颂。

Discovery Channel 将为您掀开拜占庭帝国令人怀想的历史章节。您将目赌以君士坦丁堡为首都,历经君士坦丁及查士丁尼大帝统治的帝国版图中,各式辉煌壮丽的教堂、竞技场及宫殿等建筑,并了解拜占庭帝国丰饶富庶的地中海东部生活型态,及蔚为异教世界七大奇观之一,象征神圣智慧的圣索菲亚大教堂,精采可期不容错过。

1.拜占庭-失落的帝国-筑梦帝国
BYZANTIUM:THE LOST EMPIRE-Building the Dream
★内容简介
  拜占庭帝国,对以罗马为首都的罗马帝国而言,属于异教体系,在纪元初始的数百年间,从西班牙到叙利亚,延伸出基督教罗马帝国之梦。虽然之后历史不断更迭,然而拜占庭帝国的艺术家创造出的世上最精致华美的作品、庄严宏伟的建筑,仍为后人世代称颂。
  Discovery Channel 将为您掀开拜占庭帝国令人怀想的历史章节。您将可目赌以君士坦丁堡为首都,历经君士坦丁及查士丁尼大帝统治的帝国版图中,各式辉煌壮丽的教堂、竞技场及宫殿等建筑,并了解拜占庭帝国丰饶富庶的地中海东部生活型态,及蔚为异教世界七大奇观之一,象征神圣智慧的圣索菲亚大教堂,精采可期,不容错过。


2.拜占庭-失落的帝国-人间天堂
Byzantium:The Lost Empire - Heaven on Earth
★内容简介
  拜占庭帝国以基督教圣经立国,圣母玛丽亚、耶稣与众圣者的画像皆被视为神圣的象征。神圣的画像散发强大的力量,据说黑暗时期站在古罗马城门口的蛮族,因肖像的摄人而心生畏惧,无法进攻。
  Discovery Channel将带您一起去领略拜占庭帝国的宗教生活与神话故事。基督教接掌拜占庭帝国之后,一扫之前异教世界的众神符号,基督肖像图画替而代之成为人们谟拜的新对象。在普尔喀丽娅女皇确立了妇女在基督教世界的地位后,守护圣母玛丽亚因此成为中古皇帝更神圣的使命。整个拜占庭帝国人民,笃信虔诚能带来繁荣、贤能的政府与胜利,直至公元7世纪在与穆罕默德所率领的伊斯兰军队一战失利后,古拜占庭全然崩溃,反偶像崇拜者开始破坏圣像,历经长达一世纪的争执,基督教方又复兴。今日人们透过位于君士坦丁堡的索菲亚大教堂内的圣母画像,可凭吊昔日拜占庭时期的遗物,并感受宗教予人的沉静力量。


3.拜占庭-失落的帝国-万国之羡
Byzantium:The Lost Empire-Envy Of The World
★内容简介
  拜占庭声名远播,从冰岛到中国,从衣索比亚到俄罗斯,它的中心君士坦丁堡曾是世上最大的市集,随处可见黄金、翡翠、宫殿与光彩夺目的教堂,是无比奢华的传奇国度。圣索菲亚教堂位于君士坦丁堡的中央,拜占庭诸皇皆在此朝拜天主,俨然是基督神国的中心。拜占庭以神的旨意统治全国,不仅人人俯首称臣,更以宗教的辉煌肃穆摄服了群邦。
  然而1204年威尼斯人说服残暴的十字军,放弃将巴勒斯坦纳入基督神国的神圣誓言,允诺他们大肆掠夺,使君士坦丁堡变成废墟,接下来的50年,君士坦丁堡的半数财宝,都被打包装箱载往威尼斯及西方,西欧诸王盗取君士坦丁堡的圣物之后,犹如取走天主授予王室的神圣权利,随着以欧洲为中心的思想展开,东方的拜占庭帝国逐渐消逝。Discovery Channel将为您记录以基督天主立国的拜占庭帝国极盛而衰的过程,请您一同来观赏。


4.永恒不朽─失落的拜占庭-永恒不朽
Byzantium: The Lost Empire - Forever And Ever
★内容简介
  拜占庭帝国的首都-君士坦丁堡,位于土耳其苏丹的国都埃迪尔内的通商要道上,也位于土耳其军队进军东欧的补给在线,穆罕默德在埃迪尔内登上奥图曼的帝位后,虎视眈眈地凝望着君士坦丁堡,约翰八世为抵御奥图曼的侵略,请求西方罗马教廷的奥援,1439年双方签署东西教会联合协议后,却在君士坦丁堡引发暴乱,在穆罕默德下达攻城指令下,拜占庭帝国难抵灭亡的命运。
  拜占庭帝国的灭亡,是一个文明的结束,一种生活方式的中止,然而其遗留富丽堂皇的教堂及宫殿建筑,在奥图曼人钦赞下成为清真寺及可兰经的讲道坛,拜占庭末世的哲人普莱桑及贝萨里欧将盛行于现代的柏拉图思想引进西方,荷马、古罗马律法等知识、井然有序的宇宙观亦让西方社会大开眼界,其对西方社会与现代世界的诞生造成深远的影响,在世人心中亘古延传、永垂不朽。


The ancient, legendary empire of Byzantium - also known as the Eastern Roman Empire - outlasted the demise of Rome by a thousand years. A new order rose to become the last classical civilization of world history, sheltering the vestiges of Western learning during the Dark Ages, thriving off the silk and spice trade from the East, and eventually succumbing to the ruthless advance of crusaders and Ottomans. Pass through the gates of Constantinople, the eye of the world, where East still meets West. Explore the magnificent mosque of Hagia Sophia. Visit the treasury of St. Mark's in Venice and see antiquities never before filmed for television. Historian John Romer leads a fascinating journey back in time to discover the wondrous treasures of a fallen, haunted and forgotten realm.

* Written, produced and narrated by John Romer
* Edited by Alan Trott
* Music by Howard Davidson
* 3 hours, 29 minutes, English audio, 1997

Part 1: Building the Dream
"The procession was led by the great Roman Emperor, Constantine. And he brought with him a bunch of priests, pagan and Christian ones, and they were all holding an incredible collection of relics. There were twelve baskets filled with crumbs, the residue it was said of our Lord's miracle of the loaves and fishes. There was the very axe that Noah made the Ark with and there was a statue that the Emperor himself had brought secretly from Rome, the statue of the Greek god, Paris. And at the exact moment prescribed by astrologers, they buried their relics just over there, at the foot of the column. And Constantine renamed the city Constantinople and claimed it as the capital of his grand new empire. For forty years, he killed foes and family alike and when he died, people were so frightened of him that no one touched his body for a week."

Part 2: Heaven on Earth
"Look! Here is Jupiter. This is a pagan book illustrating pagan poetry, and it's a picture of Jupiter the king of the gods, and he's got a halo just like Christian saints will have in their pictures. And he's holding a globe just like Christ will in a thousand churches. And he's sitting under the arc of heaven as Christ does, and he's king of the stars and the moon and the sun. This is a pose which says to you,"KING". You can't have Jesus king of the world unless he looks like a king. That's where they're getting their iconography from - straight from the pagan faith. But When Christianity took over the Roman Empire, it attacked and swept away all these signs. Now these signs were as old as man himself, and Christianity was pretty poorly supplied with alternatives. After all, it was a language of books and words. But unless it was to fail, it had to develop and develop quickly a whole new set of images for the world. The trick, the genius, wasn't just to swap this ancient chaos with ten thousand pagan signs and symbols for a single set of Christian images, but to find a quick way of spreading these Christian images and pictures right through the ancient Mediterranean. Books - books were the answer. Books were invented at the same time that Christianity started."

Part 3: Envy of the World
"The dream that lasted for a thousand years, a dream shattered by the armies of the West, the fame of Byzantium, traveled from Iceland to China, from Ethiopia to Russia, to every kingdom on the earth. And, at its center, Constantinople, the world's great marketplace: its fabled wealth, its gold, its emeralds, its palaces, its glittering churches. A legend so rich it caused its own destruction. In 1204, the Venetians managed to divert a cutthroat army of Crusaders from their sacred vows to capture Palestine for Christendom. Promising them the plunder of Byzantium, they provided lists of the treasures and the holy relics inside Constantinople. On the thirteenth of April, Venetian war galleys sailed up to the city walls and the knights of France and Germany, of Italy and England, jumped from the boats onto the battlements. Over the next fifty years half of Constantinople was boxed up, crated, and shipped out of the city to Venice and the West."

Part 4: Forever and Ever
"On the last day of Byzantium, an eerie quiet fell over the city. Mehmet had told the Turks to rest, for a whole day, before the last assault. He gave the emperor time to walk with all that was left of the armies and nobles of Byzantium, once again into the great church, and there, after all their arguing in Florence, the Greeks and the Latins joined together in a last service, and the emperor went to the altar and was given the last rites. Then, he walked back to the palace, and there he made a speech to his commanders. A speech, you might say that it was the last speech of the ancient world. Byzantium was not a kingdom of this world. It was a belief in the inevitability that the world came, had a beginning, will come to an end. So when the emperor went onto to the walls and took with him the most ancient icons of his faith, and he knew that he would die, he also knew that he was right."

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