This episode focuses on Sargon the Great, ruler of the Mesopotamia empire in 2500 B.C., who is acknowledged by many histories to be mankind's first emperor. The sketches potray how Sargon might have tried to portray himself to his people as well as he could have dealt with dissenters.
This episode focuses on Oliver Cromwell, leader of the Puritans who lead the overthrowing of King Charles of England but was reluctant to lead the country himself. The sketches also touch upon the beliefs of the Puritans as well as other ideas of the era.
A look at "The North West Mounted Police's great trek to the west"
This episode focuses on the North West Mounted Police's first trek west in 1874 and how it almost ended in humilation and a great fiasco.
Hatshepsut, woman who ruled Egypt as a king around 1500 B.C. , is the subject of this episode. The reason why Hatshepshut ruled as a king, and not a queen, as well as possible reaction to her rulership is also explored.
This episode deals with the strange story of The Chevailer D'eon, a French diplomat in the 1770's who claimed he was actually a woman. With no irrefutable proof offered, opinions varied throughout Europe as to the truth of the claim, which is seen in the episode's sketches.
This episode focuses on Nero, the eccentric emperor of the Roman Empire in 65 A.D., and his fascination with performing for public audiences. Nero's attitude and idiosyncrasies are also explored in this installment.
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