Hindi Barbarians Rising
a5c7b9f00b Rome. The greatest empire the world has ever known. This docudrama tells the story of Rome through the eyes of the empire's many adversaries who battled to see its destruction.
As the Roman Empire expands, it encounters local populations that it considers 'barbarians', who fight back, effectively and savagely, dealing Rome one blow after another. Hannibal, Viriathus, Armenius, Spartacus and more strike back against Rome, some from without and some from within. See their struggles, their motivations, and the outcomes as these indigenous people's fight for survival, revenge and justice.
When I listened that there was a series about ancient Rome coming from History Channel Documentary I said "It's a must to see", but when at the end I can watch it I said "What they have done?".
I believed History Channel was something you can trust when we talk about History matters, but a moment later I began to watch this .... (I don't know how to define it) I couldn't pass from the stories about Hannibal.
Carthaginian people wasn't barbarians, they were equals (if not more advanced) with Roman people if we talk about culture and the more important and powerful empire in the western Mediterranean sea.
I won't talk about Hannibal being black; I think I never read any fact about it, but it's true than I not remember anything against it either.
The facts than made me stop watch this "history documentary" were, among others, the demonization of some Roman generals only to idealize the "The Barbarian" side, not a re