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First TV Series in Latin

04-04-2019 07:34 PM CET | Media & Telecommunications

Press release from: ARGE Archäologie

Hollywood sends greetings - teammates welcome!

Hollywood sends greetings - teammates welcome!

The turbulent adventures of the Roman restaurant owner Barrelius and his Germanic family in the ancient Roman Empire are the focus of the planned new television series MY MANIAC MANSIO.

Supporters of the recently launched project crowdfunding for the presentation of a MY MANIAC MANSIO trailer on major TV stations and international streaming services can not only secure "ancient" rewards, but also participate in the production as technical staff or even as an actor, see

The program will also be broadcast in Latin to interest young people in the culture-linking language of Latin - apart from the "classic" authors, who, of course, continue to have their rights.

The vast amount of new phenomena, cultures and realities that today's youth is exposed to requires urgent access to our past and our cultural roots. The key to this is Latin - best taught through appropriate media formats.

However, for practical reasons, educational experts have been demanding vehemently more publicity for the subject Latin for years in public and private schools. Certain fields of study such as law, medicine, philosophy, pharmacy and others are now much easier to create with sound Latin knowledge.

The pioneers of the increasing use of modern media with antiquity were next to the English hit Monty Python with their all-time classic "The Life of Brian" also new TV series like "Plebs", which shows the experiences of three young people in Roman occupied Britain.

Critics, however, complain a lot of historical inaccuracies and generally disrespectful dealings with the supposedly venerable antiquity. Refreshingly unconventional scientists, such as Dr. med. Anna Clark, who teaches Roman history at Christ Church College, Oxford, counters that the old-fashioned TV comedies like "sandals" simply give the viewers the good feeling that not much has changed in human history - love, Avarice, lust, hate and pride are just phenomena that have accompanied us since the times when we lived in dark caves.

The ARGE Archeology offers interested laymen since 2008 the possibility of active participation in archaeological research excavations of European universities and other educational institutions. ARGE Archeology also develops special media formats for children and adolescents in the field of history and contemporary history.

ARGE Archäologie
Contact: Kurt Frank, CEO
Loefflergasse 56
1130 Wien - Österreich
Mob 0043 (0) 699 1310 4166
Office 0043 (0) 1 876 1766

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