The CATHOLIC MONARCHY | Secret Files of The Inquisition | Reel Truth History Documentaries

The CATHOLIC MONARCHY | Secret Files of The Inquisition | Reel Truth History Documentaries

Based on previously unreleased secret documents from European Archives including the Vatican, Secret Files of the Inquisition unveils the incredible true story of the Catholic Church’s 500-year struggle to remain the world’s only true Christian religion.

Filmed in High Definition, this 4-hour series spans medieval France in Episode 1, 15th century Spain in Episode 2, Renaissance Italy in Episode 3 and mid-nineteenth century Europe in Episode 4. Historians, experts and Church authorities advise on the handling of this controversial subject matter.

At the dawn of the second millennium Europe was slowly emerging from the blackness and ignorance of the Dark Ages. There were no nations and the people were loyal only to their immediate community and to God. The keeper of God’s word was the Catholic Church, the only religion in all of Christendom.

The supreme religious leader, the Pope in Rome, crowned the Kings who became rulers of the Holy Roman Empire stretching from Sicily north to Poland. The Emperor was ruler of the temporal world while the Pope and his Bishops reigned supreme over the Spiritual world.

By the 12th and 13th century, cracks began appearing in this ordered world. Emperors no longer submitted to being crowned by the Pope and across Europe Kings demanded the right to select their own Bishops. But for the Pope the most terrifying threat came from upstart Christian sects who challenged church doctrine and the absolute power of the Roman Pope.

To preserve the purity of the faith and the unquestioned authority of the Pope, the Church began to crack down on all dissenting with a new weapon: the Inquisition. For over half a millennium a system of mass terror reigned. Thousands were subject to secret courts, torture and punishment.To be the first to watch more full length documentaries, subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb7xZQi7F3RW7BNtR57cNnA?sub_confirmation=1

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Full History of Australia – Documentary

Full History of Australia - Documentary

In this video, we will be discussing the full history of Australia, from its first inhabitants, to the federation of the modern nation state.

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The Pyre
Intrepid
Teller of Tales
Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G, Movement I (Allegro), BWV 1049 [orig. by JS Bach]
Fig Leaf Times Two
Americana
The Descent
Hidden Past
Evil March
Clash defiant

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Pachabelly by Huma-Huma
Running through the forest by Doug Maxwell

Source for the East Indies map history : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Plm3gs4dujg

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Full History of Prussia – Documentary

Full History of Prussia - Documentary

In this video, we explore the history of Prussia, from its earliest beginnings with the Teutonic Knights, to its role in forming Germany.

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The Pyre
Teller of Tales
Gregorian Chant
Rites
Majestic Hills
Lord of the Land
The Descent
End of an Era
Crusade
Interloper
Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G, Movement I (Allegro), BWV 1049 [orig. by JS Bach]
Clash Defiant

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Tribal War Council
Restless Natives
Harpischord Fugue
Summer Symphony Ball
Solo Cello Passion

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Το Επόμενο Βήμα | Vassilis Gerogiannis | TEDxUTHLarissa

Το Επόμενο Βήμα | Vassilis Gerogiannis | TEDxUTHLarissa

In any stage of our career or life, knowing exactly what step to take next is, most of the times, a difficult task. Prof. Vassilis C. Gerogiannis, through this storytelling talk, shares his personal views on which attitudes we should try to develop in order to get, as much as possible, ready for every next step in life.

Vassilis C. Gerogiannis is a Professor at the Department of Digital Systems in the University of Thessaly, Greece. His teaching/research
interests lie in the fields of Software Engineering, Project Management and Decision Making. Since 1992, he has participated in several R&D and educational projects and he is author/co-author of more than 120 papers published in international journals/conference proceedings and cited in a plethora of citations Vassilis Gerogiannis Professor, Department of Digital Systems, University of Thessaly (academic subject: Analysis & Design of Systems & Projects with Emphasis on Decision Making”). Adjunct Professor, Hellenic Open University. Visiting Professor, IPAG Business School (France), American University of Beirut (Lebanon). He holds a Diploma in Computer Engineering and a PhD in Software Engineering from the University of Patras. From 1992 until present, he participates in several R&D and educational projects. Author/co-author of 120 papers published in international journals/conference proceedings which have been cited in a plethora of citations. Co-author/editor of three scientific books. Guest editor/reviewer in international journals. Program chair/invited speaker in international conferences. He has received the “best paper award” in two international conference. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

COVID-19 as a Catalyst of shared Space | Agustina Martire | TEDxQueensUniversityBelfast

COVID-19 as a Catalyst of shared Space | Agustina Martire | TEDxQueensUniversityBelfast

Taking back the Street. COVID-19 as a Catalyst of shared Space

Agustina discusses some of the changes to streets, brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. She talks about the use of temporary infrastructure to redistribute the space of streets and how the pandemic is acting as a catalyst for something that has been happening for decades in other cities, in the quest for a healthier and calmer urban environment. A lecturer in architecture, Agustina has an interest in urban history and theory, specifically in the significance of local mixed streets, their fabric, histories and experiences. She studied architecture at Universidad de Buenos Aires, where she worked in research and practice. Continuing her research and design experience in the Netherlands, she completed a PhD in TU Delft studying the history of urban leisure waterfronts. Agustina then worked as a post-doctoral researcher in TUDelft and UCD Dublin.

She currently leads the StreetSpace project; an international and interdisciplinary project that studies local mixed streets, shedding light on the way streets are used, experienced and represented. StreetSpace is a collaborative studio unit in the Masters of Architecture, funded by the Department for Communities and supported by Belfast City Council. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx