Animated timelines

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Has anyone come across something like this http://ecaimaps.berkeley.edu/animatio... for other ancient civilisations?
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That's great Ruth,

I like. Great overview and always brings stuff in that you're ignorant of. Never thought of Independence Era being imperial but .............. of course. Let's not go there in discussion :)

If anyone has others at as popular productions or academic, I would really appreciate the references.
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In a former life I was an historian, so this thread makes my heart glad.
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Aha!
The first reference here is very interesting. Love to know what you think of the ploy of using dramatic animation while using simply passing reference to opponents views. I think clever and manipulative.

The interpretation in this animation is a long way from being accepted but you really don't get any feeling of the antitheses.
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This came up on Google,
http://www.animatedatlas.com/timeline...
Not ancient but also very interesting