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The Best Documentary Ever - Rome's Ancient Subterranean Secrets
 
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Much of modern Rome is built upon the foundations of the first century Roman city and was above Goraud at that time. The show visits some of these ruins and . Investigating the secrets buried beneath the streets of modern-day Rome, including ancient underground neighbourhoods and sewerage systems, with a look at . AP Television Rome, Italy - June 1, 2017 1. Mid of Underground Rome Association President, Adriana Morabito, leading his crew through arched aqueduct .
Views: 8254 Eric Rice
Sublime with Rome - 'Secrets'
 
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Songs of Summer: http://amzn.to/28IPtqO Check out Songs of Summer, a collection of more than 30 original recordings available exclusively for streaming on Prime Music and purchase on Amazon in the US, UK, Germany, Austria, and Japan. San Diego band Sublime with Rome’s contribution to the Songs of Summer playlist, “Secrets,” is yet another proof point that reggae + SoCal vibe and attitude is a killer equation for producing undeniable summer jams. “Secrets” also taps into another rich vein of pop music tradition, marrying melancholy lyrical content with feel-good music (the Beatles’ “Help” being the preeminent example). It may be a sad story of boy and girl gone wrong, but we can’t help but smile and bob our heads when we listen to this one. More music from Sublime with Rome: http://amzn.to/2cuTw8v
Views: 78697 Amazon Music
Fall Of Empires: Rome vs USA (Hidden Secrets Of Money Ep 9)
 
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Episode 10 Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiCKf7hfagk 45 mins of Bonus Features Right Here: https://goldsilver.com/blog/hsom-episodes-910-bonus-features/ Translate this video and submit your captions here: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=share&v=OuOcnGAv4oo In episode 9 of Hidden Secrets of Money, Mike Maloney draws eerie parallels to the misguided leaders and monetary policies that doomed civilizations from Ancient Rome to modern-day America. Can President Trump save America? Will the Federal Reserve Board be able to pull off yet another round of extremist interference and postpone a crisis? Find out how Mike he believes it will play out. Want more? Don't miss episode 9 & 10 exclusive bonus features Click here to watch eight bonus feature videos, kicking off with a 39-minute Director's Cut feature from Mike himself! If you enjoyed watching this video, be sure to pick up a free copy of Mike's bestselling book, Guide to Investing in Gold & Silver: https://goldsilver.com/buy-online/investing-in-gold-and-silver/ (Want to contribute closed captions in your language for our videos? Visit this link: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCThv5tYUVaG4ZPA3p6EXZbQ)
National Geographic Documentary  Secrets of the Colosseum in Rome  BBC Nature Documentary 2017
 
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National Geographic Documentary Secrets of the Colosseum in Rome BBC Nature Documentary 2017
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Sublime With Rome - Secrets
 
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This song was previously an Amazon exclusive and the only way to get it was by buying it on Amazon for 99 cents. There's nowhere else to hear it until now. Enjoy! If you like the song, buy it here and support Sublime With Rome! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FADQOH4/ref=dm_ws_tlw_trk2
Views: 25385 Sublime Time
14 Rome Part 1 - Secrets in Plain Sight
 
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Secrets In Plain Sight is an awe inspiring exploration of great art, architecture, and urban design which skillfully unveils an unlikely intersection of geometry, politics, numerical philosophy, religious mysticism, new physics, music, astronomy, and world history. Exploring key monuments and their positions in Egypt, Stonehenge, Jerusalem, Rome, Paris, London, Edinburgh, Washington DC, New York, and San Francisco brings to light a secret obsession shared by pharaohs, philosophers and kings; templars and freemasons; great artists and architects; popes and presidents, spanning the whole of recorded history up to the present time. As the series of videos reveals how profound ancient knowledge inherited from Egypt has been encoded in units of measurement, in famous works of art, in the design of major buildings, in the layout of city streets and public spaces, and in the precise placement of obelisks and other important monuments upon the Earth, the viewer is led to perceive an elegant harmonic system linking the human body with the architectural, urban, planetary, solar, and galactic scales.
Views: 36724 Secrets in Plain Sight
Revealing Dark Secrets Within The Catacombs Under Rome - Documentary
 
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Subscribe to Insomnia Team for daily documentaries! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg353zadABLG_HHkt92cI9w For more Great documentaries check out this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB8MxfrLz2uocbT0hilg-9IsukX8wzfs4 *All rights are reserved to the owners or licensed.* * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners. This Video Is Educational Purpose Only.* Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Views: 66226 Insomnia Team
Hidden Gems of Rome: Monti in a Day
 
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The Roman Guy explains what to see and do around Monti neighborhood. For more info, visit our blog: https://goo.gl/sdemjC Check out our Rome tours: https://bit.ly/2NT37Yv Rome is an amazing city that you many see for a few days, but could easily spend years uncovering all of her secrets. Our neighborhood videos are created to help you find the best attractions in each neighborhood for your visit. The Roman Guy is a Rome based tour operator that organizes some of the best tours in Rome (https://goo.gl/7Vmok3), Florence (https://goo.gl/TU4dwE) and Venice (https://goo.gl/qRbcUG). We also offer more comprehensive trip planning services! https://theromanguy.com/ Learn more through our blog: https://theromanguy.com/italy-travel-blog/ Monti - Rome Nieghborhoods blog post: https://goo.gl/sdemjC Trastevere - Rome Neighborhoods: https://goo.gl/bWECMT Greatest Inspirational Travel Video - Italy! https://goo.gl/aXsqH1 How to Order Pizza in Rome: https://goo.gl/nIwRQv Roma How To: Ordering Coffee https://goo.gl/OlJWHq The Trevi Fountain: 5 Things You Didn't Know https://goo.gl/iGxa57 Best Tips for Visiting Florence https://goo.gl/MSRuH8 Thumbnail Pic: by Moyan Brenn https://www.flickr.com/photos/aigle_dore/8680497288 https://www.flickr.com/photos/aigle_dore/
Views: 60041 The Roman Guy
The Secret Rome (1967)
 
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The two faces of Rome in Italy. The modern and the ancient times were never so close together. Rome, Italy. Various shots of modern buildings in Rome; a modern building with classical arches is compared with The Coliseum and ruins in the city. Several shots of buildings in the Old Quarter of Rome; skinny stray cats are seen in the ruins of the Theatre of Marcellus near the city's ghetto; people give money to a woman begging on the street with a child in her arms. Some tough young men smoke cigarettes by their motorbikes; people mill about a flea market. Several shots in the streets of Trastevere; a woman looks down on the street from a flat above shops; people sit on chairs outside buildings. At the Piazza Santa Maria we see people sitting at tables outside a cafe; young boys play football in the street. A guitarist serenades diners at a pavement restaurant; commentator says rich and poor meet here because the ritziest cafes are sited in these back streets; bohemian and groovy looking people sit at tables of another cafe; a woman uses a cine camera. Tourists eat spaghetti at an open air restaurant at Rome's Lido; a girl in a bikini at another table pours a glass of water over her head to cool down (Mark pointed out she has hairy armpits!); beefy lifeguards eat at a table on the beach. Several shots of people sunbathing on the beach. Lots of people crowd onto a boat that takes them out for a ride around the Lido. Several shots of people in a swimming pool in the city that is free for all "if they look the least bit presentable" says commentator. Pop singer Beau Brummel chats up a woman by the pool; she pushes him into the water. Various shots of the Via Veneto at night; people sitting at pavement cafes; walking about; living the Dolce Vita! Cuts exist - see separate record. FILM ID:397.04 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 83480 British Pathé
Lucifers Temple - Inside the Vatican (R$E)
 
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An Exploration of the Vatican, the "Temple of Lucifer" Exposed! The Jesuit Illuminati Conspiracy to unveil the anti-Christ. An R$E Production 2018. Music: 88Ultra - Para Bellum - Sad World Private Domain - Death and Maiden Emmit Fenn - Blinded All songs used with express permission. With thanks to the artists for providing the soundtrack to this production. Filmed on Location in Rome, Vatican City and Jerusalem.
Views: 1672258 RISE
Trastevere, Rome in a Day: Hidden Gems & Top Attractions
 
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The Roman Guy explains one of his favorite areas of Rome...Trastevere! For more info, visit our blog: https://goo.gl/2CiCwT Check our Rome tours: https://bit.ly/2NT37Yv CHECK OUT OUR TRASTEVERE FOOD TOUR!!! https://bit.ly/2s9fBjR Here you'll find great tips on where to go, what to see, what to eat and even where to drink! Your mini-video guide book will show you some of the best hidden gems of Rome & hidden gems of Trastevere. Greatest Inspirational Travel Video - Italy! https://goo.gl/aXsqH1 How to Order Pizza in Rome: https://goo.gl/nIwRQv Roma How To: Ordering Coffee https://goo.gl/OlJWHq The Trevi Fountain: 5 Things You Didn't Know https://goo.gl/iGxa57 Best Tips for Visiting Florence https://goo.gl/MSRuH8
Views: 178470 The Roman Guy
SECRETS IN ROME!
 
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IN ROME Twitter: http://twitter.com/Lifeofmikey1 Gaming Channel: http://www.youtube.com/LifeOfMikeyGaming Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/lifeofmikeygaming Video Channel: http://www.youtube.com/lilmmonteiro MUSIC WANTED! If you would like your music featured in my videos, then please Email Me
Views: 248 LifeOfMikey
Sophia Loren - The Secrets of Rome
 
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Views: 52 JB Production
ROME Parcours sous la métropole intemporelle Dans le secret des VILLES n
 
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ROME Parcours sous la métropole intemporelle Dans le secret des VILLES n
Views: 616 Stephen Ortega
Rome Secrets: Ghosts & Legends
 
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Brandon Shaw explains, in the tackiest way possible, ghost stories and legends of Rome. For more info, visit our blog: http://bit.ly/2BEmZL8 Check out our Rome Tours: http://bit.ly/2BFc4Rf Not as scary as Freddy Krueger, but really interesting stories about Rome's most infamous. These are the spooky stories that Roman's tell on All Souls Day - on 2nd November. Music Info: Agnus Dei X Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Probably the most famous story about ghosts in Rome is about a young lady called Beatrice Cenci. She was a young aristocrat among the middle of the 16th century. She lived in this house right here. As the legend goes, her father, Francesco had a bad temper. He beat his kids. He beat his wife. He was known for hanging his head out of the window here and screaming and yelling at everybody. He had been in jail a few times, but you have to understand he’s an aristocrat. He knew all the Papal authorities. He would not stay in jail for very long. He always came back home at the end of the day. Now, one day, he took it way too far. At this time, Beatrice went down to the Papal authorities that Francesco knew very well and told on her father. This got back to Francesco. As a punishment, he sent Beatrice, the brothers, and the mom out to the countryside. One weekend, Francesco went out to visit his family in the countryside. When he went to bed that night, they poisoned him, and then stuck a nail through his throat. They made it even worse by actually putting him on the balcony and throwing him over. The next morning, the Papal authorities discovered the body and went to investigate what happened. One of the maids in the house told on Beatrice. At that point, everyone went under torture. In the end, they all admitted to their guilt. Beatrice and her mother were brought to a prison on this street. The people of Rome protested against her being guilty, but Pope Clement VIII was having none of it. On September 11th in 1599, Beatrice and her mother were joined with the other family members and brought to the Bridge of Angels where the scaffolding was set up for their execution. After that, Beatrice became a symbol of the resistance against the aristocracy of Rome. Legend has it that on the anniversary of her death, you can actually see her walking on this bridge with her head literally in her hands. Our next story about haunted Rome is about Pimpaccia, the ghost on the flaming chariots. Her name was Olimpia Maidalchini. She was a young girl, around 20 years old when she married her first husband. He didn’t last very long and she became a very rich widow. She was even more ambitious after this and married Pamphilio Pamphili, who happened to be the brother of the Cardinal who was about to become Pope Innocent X. Unfortunately, since Pamphilio was also 30 years her senior, he died soon after. At this point, she found herself in the center of Roman society with the Pope. She actually became his right-hand woman. As legend goes, the night before the Pope actually died, she went and took two big cases full of gold, stuffed it into the carriage and ran off, never returning to Piazza Navona again. In the 1600s, there was no free press. Everything was controlled by the Vatican. If people wanted the voice their displeasure about something, they would go to one of the so-called talking statues. This is Pasquino. Whenever people are not happy, they would come to this statue in the middle of the night and put a poem or some satire to voice their displeasure. We can’t speak about executions without mentioning the main executioner of Rome in the 19th century. His name was Giovanni Bugatti, better known as Mastro Titta. In Roman dialect, they simply called him Er Boja de Roma. Mastro Titta lived in this apartment, right behind me here. On a side job, when he wasn’t busy executing people, he used to sell painted umbrellas. Due to his occupation, he was prohibited from going on the other side of the river. The main reason is that relatives would try and seek revenge. The only time this was allowed is when he actually had to execute someone. When he was crossing, all the people around Rome would say, “Mastro Titta is crossing the bridge.” At this point, everyone knew that an execution was going to take place. This is Giordano Bruno, an Italian philosopher whose only real crime was that he believed that the earth went around the sun. Pretty simple today, but 500 years ago, this was not what the church thought. In the end, he was condemned to the heretic and put to death in Campo di Fiori. Today, it’s known as a big party place and a market in the daytime. 500 years ago, this was one of the main areas for executions. As a memory to him, you can see an actual statue still standing for him today.
Views: 9630 The Roman Guy
10 Things You Didn't Know About Total War: Rome 2
 
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Sorry for the lack of videos lately. These are busy weeks for me. That's also why I had to release this video early. Not the best in my opinion but still fun to watch for some of you. Let me know in the comments how many of these you already discovered! WarriorofSparta's epic Merge video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ccnel6b5LNo Enjoyed it? Leave a like, comment and subscribe! --------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow me on Twitter! www.twitter.com/xtotalwarzone Please note this is an unofficial video and is not endorsed by SEGA or the Creative Assembly in any way. For more information on Total War, please visit www.totalwar.com.
Views: 161908 Total War Zone
Hidden places of Rome
 
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This video is about hidden places of Rome, we went all around Rome and collected some of the hidden places of Rome which you probably don't know. 1.Star Shop: Via Laurina, 4 2.Cake shop: Via Barletta 27 3.History and Magic: Via Ottaviano, 32 4.Profondo Rosso: Via dei Gracchi, 260 5.La Taqueria: Via Giacomo Boni, 26 Thank you guys for your support, you are helping us grow a lot, each one of your likes and comments counts for us. Thanks for watching, don't forget to give us a THUMBS UP if you've enjoyed watching this video and SUBSCRIBE. Get connected: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Itallish/ Instagram: Itallishcoralriccardo
Views: 2193 Itallish
Rome, Son Empire : De La Naissance à La Chute | Documentaire Historique 2016
 
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Tomb Raider 5: Chronicles - Streets of Rome Secrets
 
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Το βίντεο δείχνει την τοποθεσία και των τριών Secrets στο επίπεδο Streets of Rome. Ολόκληρο το walkthrough του Chronicles στα Ελληνικά με εικόνες και λεπτομερή περιγραφή: http://www.tombraiders.gr/tr5/walkthrough.shtml
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Exploring a Secret Underground Dungeon in Rome (R$E)
 
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In this Video we Look Deep inside an Underground Dungeon in Rome. The true history of the journey of the Apostle Paul and his subsequent imprisonment and death at the hands of the Roman Empire. Music: 88Ultra - Where the Sun Beats (Screwed Up) Nils Frahm - Familiar (Live in NYC)
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CRAZIEST Things Ancient Romans Did!
 
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Here is a top list of 20 history facts you probably didn't know about the ancient Roman Empire. From bloody gladiator fights at the colosseum to insane emperors drinking poison. From women sporting a unibrow to gluttony to the point of vomiting. Find out what Julius Caesar and the Senate were really up to. Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "Top 5 Most Mysterious and Powerful Secret Societies" video here: https://youtu.be/0Lu4Uvc5EhA Watch our "Burning Ghost Town In Centralia, Pennsylvania" video here: https://youtu.be/6DYoXGGHLLA Watch our "Most SHOCKING Biological Weapons Ever!" video here: https://youtu.be/W0Yli9y7YAk List of top 20 craziest things the Romans did: Did you know that drinking gladiator blood could cure epilepsy? Or that unibrows are actually sexy? I didn’t either! Here are 20 things I bet you didn’t know about the Romans. Number 20 Roman physicians would recommend consuming a gladiator’s blood or liver to cure epilepsy and infertility. It had to be fresh, but if you couldn’t afford it you could always go to a public execution and get a criminal’s blood to drink. I’m sure the effects would be about the same. Ewww…. Number 19 Speaking of gladiators, gladiatorial fighting was not the most popular form of entertainment. To be fair, the arena for gladiatorial combat, aka the Colosseum, was huge. Modern archaeologists estimate that it could accommodate over 50,000 people. However it was dwarfed by the Circus Maximus that at one point in time could accommodate 250,000 people. That was a quarter of Rome’s entire population. Imagine losing your kid in that stadium! Do you know which stadium is the largest stadium in the world today? Number 18 Even though the average life expectancy in Rome was only about 25, this did not mean that no one lived into their thirties or on into old age. The average was skewed by the number of women who died giving birth, and by high infant mortality. Once a Roman made it to maturity, they were likely to live as long as people do today. Currently, the largest stadium in the world is the Rungrado 1st of May Stadium in North Korea that can hold 150,000 people. Here’s a picture since most of us will probably never see it in real life. Number 17 Very few Roman hours lasted an hour. Like us, the Romans divided the day into 24 hours. But, since the length of the sunlight varied with the seasons, this also meant that the length of the hour changed. In the winter an hour was about 45 minutes and in the summer, about 75 minutes. Number 16 Purple clothing was all the rage but was a status symbol and reserved only for emperors or senators. To achieve the color, a dye was made from murex seashells. What’s that? Here’s a picture. It was treason for anyone other than the emperor to dress completely in purple. Number 15 Ancient Roman ladies loved dark eyebrows that almost formed a unibrow- a la Frida Kahlo- and they would use soot to make their eyebrows more dramatic and noticeable. Fabulous! Number 14 White teeth were prized by the Romans, and so false teeth, made from bone, ivory and paste, were very popular. Number 13 Stretching from the Atlantic to the Tigris, the Roman Empire contained perhaps about 65 million inhabitants. While Latin was the language of the army and of Roman law, many people incorporated into the empire continued to speak their native tongue (Punic, Coptic, Aramaic, Celtic) instead of Latin. The Roman elite was bilingual speaking both Greek and Latin. For them, Greek was a badge of status. Number 12 The empire produced eminent philosophers such as Seneca and Marcus Aurelius. Yet some Romans hated philosophy for two main reasons: first, it was a Greek invention, and the Greeks were a conquered race and therefore inferior. I know I just said that Greek was a badge of status but apparently speaking Greek is wayyyy better than being Greek. Second, the study of philosophy focused on yourself….. and your feelings… which is not good for soldiers that are sacrificing everything as a group to serve the Empire. Number 11 Although in art they liked to be depicted in heroic and martial posture, Roman generals were ‘battle managers’, not warriors. Only in the most exceptional circumstances were they expected to fight hand-to-hand. If a battle was lost, the commander should either kill himself with his own sword or, let the enemy kill him. Number 10 Roman emperors adopted the daily habit of taking a small amount of every known poison in an attempt to gain immunity. The mixture was known as Mithridatium, after the creator of the practice, Mithridates the Great, king of Pontus. He believed he had developed the formula to gain immunity to everything. Yeah, I don’t know who he was either but apparently he lived into his 80s…so…maybe we should try it…
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Sophia Loren - The Secrets of Rome
 
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An amazing Sophia Loren gives a moving performance for this exquisite John Barry television soundtrack from 1964.
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Rome's Sunken Secrets | Baiae Documentary
 
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The story of the submerged Roman holiday retreat Baiae, where Emperors and the super-rich enjoyed lavish parties, sought out love affairs and plotted against
Views: 1292 James Johnston
SECRET SPOTS IN ROME | Jay Wong Vlog 008
 
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FRANCESCA'S PERSPECTIVE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOIpIaNtrJ8 WATCH THE PREVIOUS (007) VLOG - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4vxdGTFRqA Rome has tons of secret spots and hidden gems. We found most of them. PS. Back in the land of strong wifi (aka Rome) Will be uploading Naple vlogs in the next few days. -- Jay Wong is dedicated to helping purpose-driven individuals and passionate creators on crafting and telling their stories so that they can effectively communicate and share it with the world. He is the host and producer of a podcast called "The Inner Changemaker" where he interviews purpose-driven entrepreneurs, world-class athletes and recognized creators on all topics surrounding personal development and impact creation. His podcast was recognized by iTunes as the #1 podcast for self-improvement and has been listened to in 66 countries across the world. He travels the world running various seminars and coaching programs on personal branding and public speaking. These videos and vlogs are meant to show audiences the truth and journey of an entrepreneur building up a business and legacy. They are also here to provide as much value as possible for viewers. Jay is also a prolific public speaker, delivering keynotes at events like Mindtrust Leadership, DECA Student Conference and Nova MBA programs. Find Jay here: Website - http://www.thejaywong.com/ Podcast - http://www.theinnerchangemaker.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thejaywong Instagram - http://instagram.com/jaywongjaywong/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/thejaywong LinkedIn - http://linkd.in/1EPuPys Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/jaywiggitywong
Views: 2627 JayWongTV
THE DARKEST SECRETS OF THE VATICAN - Full Documentary
 
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The Vatican (Vaticano), or Vatican City State is a sovereign city-state that belongs to the Holy See (Sancta Sedes). The Vatican is situated in a walled enclave inside the city of Rome. The Vatican has a population of less than 1000 and is approximately 0.44 square kilometers, (about 110 acres).Vatican City is the smallest internationally recognized independent state in the world.
Views: 172261 NWO Documentary CHANNEL
SECRETS OF THE DEAD | Lost Ships of Rome | PBS
 
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Watch the full-length episode at http://video.pbs.org/video/1645539777/?Utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=pbsofficial&utm_campaign=sede_covefullprogram (US Only) http://pbs.org/secrets In 2009 a team of marine archeologists carrying out a sonar survey of the seabed around the remote Italian island of Ventotene made an astonishing discovery. The wrecks of five ancient Roman ships were found in pristine condition, each one fully laden with exotic goods. Remarkably, much of the cargo remained exactly as the ancient Roman crews had loaded it, suggesting that these ships had not capsized but had gone to the bottom of the sea intact and upright. Secrets of the Dead: Lost Ships of Rome premieres nationally Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at 8 p.m. (ET) on PBS (check local listings).
Views: 8967 PBS
Secrets in the Dust - Uncovering the Etruscans Glory before Rome
 
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Secrets in the Dust II Uncovering the Etruscans It took an Italian doctor in the 1870s to discover the legendary 12th City of the Etruscans, the mysterious people the Romans tried to write out of history, because they were jealous of this superior civilization that they had thrust aside. It was a chance find of a coin in a field that led Isodoro Falchi to indentify the site Vetulonia the last township of the Etruscan federation. This loose grouping of hilltop cities inhabited Italy’s beautiful Tuscany region for 1,000 years, until their disappearance around 500 BC. Because they decorated their tombs as facsimiles of their homes, we know exactly how they lived. From these, their unmistakable statues and other artifacts, we know that they used iron tools, built towns with stone temples, and lived in terraced houses with small interior pools. Theirs was a sensuous, prosperous lifestyle of banquets and pleasure, with equality between the sexes - and a healthy interest in sex itself. But the Etruscans had one remarkable, almost unique characteristic. As if all this was too good to be true, they predicted their own downfall, after a thousand years. The Romans seemed almost too happy to oblige, for no-one must be seen to have influenced them -- even though they built on the achievements of the Etruscans. Literally, in the case of Rome, where they even adopted their sewerage system! In Falchi’s day the archaeological authorities in Rome seemed almost as reluctant to recognize his discoveries as the Romans themselves had been to remember the Etruscans; but today’s geneticists have proved that Falchi was right. They have discovered that the current inhabitants of Campiglia Marittima , once called Vetulonia, are descended from the Etruscans of old; and they have solved a second mystery. The original ancestors of the Etruscans came not from Italy but from Asia Minor: today’s Turkey. From the latest excavations by Simona Rafanelli and Sylvia Guideri we understand one more crucial fact. The Romans may like to pretend that the Etruscans never existed - and the Etruscans may have predicted their own downfall. But today, archaeologists find evidence that Etruscans and Romans lived in harmony for a long period, worshipping the same gods, before the Romans took over, conquering lands far beyond the Italian hills to become the superpower of the ancient world.
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Best hidden places around Rome
 
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Cool places to see around Rome? Everyone knows Rome. But not many people know how beautiful are some areas around. Do not miss a chance to visit these places if you are in Rome! Say hi! instagram https://instagram.com/inna_tevi/ More info: Best places, areas and attractions to see around Rome. Rent a car and go for an amazing adventure to less touristic places only within an hour or 2 driving away from busy Rome. Have a look at Terracina and Castel Gandolfo! I would definitely recommend these places to visit. Plan a lunch at the cozy restaurant with one of the best views around Italy. This restaurant is a super photogenic place - an awesome spot for photos and great food, of cause. Beautiful Italia, filmed with Nexus 6P. Here you can see the performance of Nexus 6P camera and videos. In this video: Castel Gandolfo and Lake Albano, Bucci Restaurant. Sperlonga. Terracina and Jupiter Anxur ancient Temple. instagram https://instagram.com/inna_tevi/ blog www.innagram.com
Views: 4523 Innagram TV
6 TRUCS ÉTRANGES en ROME ANTIQUE 🏛️
 
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Plus jeune, la Rome antique me fascinait. Je voyais ça comme un monde tout blanc, parfait, où les dieux pétaient le charisme. Aujourd’hui on va voir que les romains étaient un peu bizarres. On avait vu la dernière fois l’étrange quotidien de Egypte ancienne, Aujourd’hui on s’attaque aux romains. Je précise que la Rome Antique dure plus de 1200 ans et ce qui est vrai à une époque ne l’est plus forcément plusieurs centaines d’années plus tard. Recherche et Ecriture : NeoTrash et Loann Voix : NeoTrash Montage : Loann OBTENIR BATTLE TUBE : LE JEU DE CARTES DU YOUTUBE GAME ► https://battletube.co OU SUR AMAZON ► https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B073WNQC2C TWITTER TRASH ► https://twitter.com/Trasheurs FACEBOOK TRASH ► https://www.facebook.com/lestrasheurs/ SERVEUR DISCORD TRASH ► https://discord.gg/YVHfaQT INFORMATIONS ► http://trasheurs.com Pour nous aider à sous-titrer et/ou traduire nos vidéos ► http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCfGfdZuYifBYb1fmZcL1JBQ&tab=2 Illustration des personnages par Picoid (sur un concept de Pierre Chanteraud et Tsuyu). © Tous droits réservés.
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Rome - The Secrets Sons Of Europe (subitulado en español)
 
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Dedicado a los exiliados libertarios de la Revolución y Guerra Civil Española (1936-1939), a los combatientes de las Brigadas Internacionales anarquistas y a los que llevaron un mundo nuevo en sus corazones. http://musicaypeliculasacratas.blogspot.com.ar/2013/03/rome-flowers-from-exile-2009.html
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Lost Ships of Rome | Secrets of The Dead
 
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In 2009, archaeologists discovered an underwater graveyard of five Roman shipwrecks off the coast of Ventotene, a small Italian island with a notorious past. It was one of the biggest archaeological finds in recent history.
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5 Dark Dirty SECRETS of Catholic Church EXPOSED
 
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30 Day FREE TRIAL Audible: http://amzn.to/2glRlZ4 5 Dark Dirty SECRETS of Catholic Church EXPOSED Click here to SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/zF1PI8 ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­-----------­-----------­--------- The Catholic Church has been and continues to be one of the most powerful organizations on the planet. Discover the darker sides of the Church as SUPERLATIVES takes a look at 10 of the Darkest and Deepest Secrets Of The Catholic Church Thank you! FACT #1 - 0:05 : Castrati FACT #2 - 2:16 : Priest Controversy FACT #3 - 4:23 : Francisco Franco & The 300,000 Lost Children of Spain FACT #4 - 6:04 : Axed Nun FACT #5 - 8:29 : Women Asylums This world is an incredible place. SUPERLATIVES aims at bringing you the most interesting top 10 videos on YouTube. Whether its facts, educational or just plain interesting, I love it all. There is SO much out there, and I want to learn and educate you on as much as we can! If you have any ideas or requests for future videos, let me know in the comments! Thanks so much for watching :) MUSIC: Deep Space by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ SOURCES: Castrati http://www.religioustolerance.org/rcccast.htm Priest https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Priest_shortage_in_the_Roman_Catholic_Church https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catholic_Church_sexual_abuse_cases 300,000 Lost Children https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_children_of_Francoism Axed Nun http://www.rediff.com/news/2009/mar/02sister-abhaya-case-haunts-investigators.htm
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National Geographic Documentary | Secrets of the Colosseum in Rome | BBC Nature Documentary 2017
 
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National Geographic Documentary | Secrets of the Colosseum in Rome | BBC Nature Documentary 2017
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Secrets of the Dead (S03E04, US) The Great Fire of Rome
 
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Description. Documentary about the recent attempts to identify some of the victims retrieved from sea after the Titanic was lost. FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain . In 1832, railroad contractor, Philip Duffy, hired 57 Irish immigrants to lay railroad tracks in West Chester, Pennsylvania. But, less than two months after their .
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Secrets Of Rome Cachar 1 Gaming Video
 
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Secrets Of Rome Cachar 1 Gaming Video
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iFly Little Secrets of Rome, much more than Colosseum and Vatican
 
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Rome offers so many attractions that most visitors don’t go beyond the Vatican and the Colosseum; but there is much more to this amazing city. Blogger Ivan Marra is glad to show you a very different Rome. Join him and discover the beautiful architecture of Coppedè, sample Italian food at the Eataly food hall and visit the Dorothy Circus Gallery to enter a wondrous world of art.
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LOST SHIPS OF ROME (Documentary)
 
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In 2009, a team of marine archaeologists carrying out a sonar survey of the seabed around the Italian island of Ventotene made an astonishing discovery. The wrecks of five ancient Roman ships were found in pristine condition. Remarkably, much of the cargo remained exactly as the ancient Roman crews had loaded it, suggesting that these ships had not capsized but had gone to the bottom of the sea intact and upright. What happened to these ancient ships? What were they carrying and why had they traveled to this remote, rocky island in the first place? The team is returning to Ventotene to investigate the wrecks, with the blessing of the Italian government. The island where this ‘graveyard’ of ships was found holds significance in ancient Roman history: Planned as a vacation retreat, the island became a prison when Emperor Augustus banished his daughter there. The massive underground galleries that supplied the villa with water can still be explored today. Their walls are covered in the original Roman plaster. Were the ships carrying supplies to this island of exiled misery? Lost Ships of Rome follows the team as they explore the sites in detail, salvage artifacts and piece together the history of the ships and why they were lost at Ventotene two thousand years ago.
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History Channel Documentary - Secrets of ROME Empire
 
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The Best Kept Secret When Visiting Rome
 
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When visiting Rome, you know the top things to do. But what about the off the beaten path things to do in Rome? In this video we share one of the best kept secrets in Rome. If you are looking for something to do in Rome that is not full of tourists and gets away from the city, the look no further than Parco Degli Acquedotti or Aqueduct Park. The Ruin of the Ancient Roman Aqueducts still stand in this beautiful park. They say when in Rome, do as the Romans do. Well you will find more locals in this park than tourists. Music: Italian Morning by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/
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15 Rome Part 2 - Secrets in Plain Sight
 
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Secrets In Plain Sight is an awe inspiring exploration of great art, architecture, and urban design which skillfully unveils an unlikely intersection of geometry, politics, numerical philosophy, religious mysticism, new physics, music, astronomy, and world history. Exploring key monuments and their positions in Egypt, Stonehenge, Jerusalem, Rome, Paris, London, Edinburgh, Washington DC, New York, and San Francisco brings to light a secret obsession shared by pharaohs, philosophers and kings; templars and freemasons; great artists and architects; popes and presidents, spanning the whole of recorded history up to the present time. As the series of videos reveals how profound ancient knowledge inherited from Egypt has been encoded in units of measurement, in famous works of art, in the design of major buildings, in the layout of city streets and public spaces, and in the precise placement of obelisks and other important monuments upon the Earth, the viewer is led to perceive an elegant harmonic system linking the human body with the architectural, urban, planetary, solar, and galactic scales.
Views: 30175 Secrets in Plain Sight