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JERUSALEM 1227 THE EXCOMMUNICATED PEACE
Eurasia” represents a spectacular adventure, a visual conquest of the East in 8 episodes. A magical voyage through time and space, exploring the history, culture and religions that link East and West: from the Persian Empire of Alexander the Great to the huge Mongolian Empire of Kublai Khan, the destinies of highly developed civilizations intermingled until they converged to take the shape of a Eurasian civilization shared by all of us. Babylon, Persepolis, Ai-Khanoum, Baghdad, Rome…are virtually recreated with incomparable realism by computer generated images.
Jerusalem, Holy City three times over. For fifteen centuries, the possession of the city had been incessantly fought over and caused bloody battles. It is hard to believe then, that in the thirteenth century History had been afforded a breathing space through the unlikely friendship between two visionary sovereigns – a sultan and a Christian emperor – who brought a miraculous period of grace to Jerusalem.
The Christian sovereign was Frederick II Hohenstaufen, Emperor of the Holy Roman-Germanic Empire and King of Sicily. The Muslim was Malik Al Kalmil, Sultan of Cairo and Guardian of the holy shrines. Between the two of them started a friendship which was unique in history . They admired each other without ever having met and – against the advice of their respective counsellors – they decided to put an end to 135 years of wars and crusades.
On February 11th, 1229, after five months of hard bargaining, the two sovereigns won the day… still without having met each other face to face. Frederick and Al-Kamil signed the treaty of Jaffa, an outstanding diplomatic achievement in the history of relations between Christianity and Islam. Even more so, this treaty was to be a model of its kind as it drew a line between religion and politics – which was totally opposed to the accepted vision of the era.
Upon his return to Sicily, Frederick had been publicly repudiated by Pope Gregory IX, who believed that this peace treaty with the Muslims was a pact with the Devil. He attempted to have Frederick assassinated and upheld the excommunication which he had pronounced against him.
Al Kamil died a lonely man in 1238. He knew that - after his death - Jerusalem would never again find peace. True enough, six years after his passing, his successors would take Jerusalem back from the Francs for good. Two further crusades by the Christians would not succeed in re-conquering the Holy Land. St. John fell at Acre on the 18th May 1291 – it would be the end of any Western presence in Palestine. Frederick, the excommunicated emperor, died in 1250, twelve years after his friend.
Each of them had been living a fragment of the longest dream in History , the dream to reconcile East and West. Their dream was to last for only fifteen years.
The Episodes will be uploaded as followed:
1)Alexander The Great Conquers The World
2)Quest For The Forgotten Alexandria
3)Ghandhara The Renaissance Of Buddhism
4)The Romans In China
5)The Silk Road Unites East And West
6)Baghdad In The Year 1000
7)Jerusalem 1227 The Excommunicated Peace
8)The Mongol Conqueror Kublai Khan’s Dream
Title: Jerusalem 1227 The Excommunicated Peace
File Size: 699 MB
Video Length: 00:48:30
Video Codec: XviD
Video Resolution: 720x416
VIdeo Bitrate: 1970 kbit/s
Audio Bitrate: 181 kbit/s
Audio Codec: MPEG Layer-3
Subtitles: (Multisub Scandinavian)
Note: External Subtitles Included ----->>>> MultiSub Scandianavian
IMPORTANT: READ ME
To be alble to view the subtitles you need to associate the --->> "Idx file" and Sub file with a viewer program such as DAMN_NFO_Viewer_... If you dont have it already download it. It is a free software program that allows you to view the subtitles.
Install it and run it.It will say something like that" Lets see if it runs" when you are done with the installation. Now go to the (nfo, idx,srt or sub) file and open it. Windows will now prompt you and ask if you want to search on the internet to find witch program fits or is working for the the choosed file "srt nfo or sub". Choose the second option that says i will search program for my own. When done choosing, a list of all so far association programs will come up. Find DAMN_NFO Viewer and click on it.
The file is now associated with DAMN_NFO Viewer and you will not need to do thoose steps again. That goes for all srt,nfo,sub,idx files. You will have to associate them all four.It is a one time work that gives you the ability to have subtitles on all your movies and be able to open the nfo files.
**** Another thing thats not to be forgotten is that you have to make sure that your "avi" file=movie..documentary or whatever has the same name as your "srt" file=subtitle.
Ex: Of Men And Penguins.avi =MOVIE.............-------> Of Men And Penguins.srt =Subtitle.****
Now you are done, have fun watching your movies with subtitles....By default all my documentaries are renamed and adjusted so you dont have to do anything.
Download VLC player if you dont have it, also a free software that can be found here --->>> http://www.videolan.org/vlc/.
It plays almost everything..
When you are done installing it choose the movie/documentary. Start it with vlc-player.When the movie has started right click over the screen were the doc/movie is playing and choose video-->> continue to the right and choose subtitle track : Now you have all four options at least for this movie uploaded today.