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10,000 B.C. was a time of cataclysmic change on Earth. Extreme climactic fluctuations hurled the planet into a minor ice age; megafauna like the saber-toothed tiger and woolly mammoth were suddenly becoming extinct; and early humans began to inhabit North America. Cold and hungry, their fragile communities undertook perilous hunting expeditions. The slaughter of a single mammoth, weighing nearly ten tons, could be the difference between survival and death.

JOURNEY TO 10,000 B.C. brings this unique and thrilling period to life, and investigates the geologic and climate changes that scientists are just beginning to understand. In a major forensic investigation, HISTORY visits early human archaeological sites to uncover fossilized bones, ancient dwellings, and stone weapons, and uses state-of-the-art CGI to recreate the treacherous mammoth hunts and the devastating impact of a comet colliding with Earth.

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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great documentary
Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2020
A great little documentary for the family
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PollySci
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Perfect for the High School teacher
Reviewed in the United States on July 7, 2009
As a high school history teacher, I definitely include this DVD on my "must have" list. It keeps student interest...enough said? To a teacher, I know that''s gold. I have had many positive reviews from past and present students about this one. However, keep it in... See more
As a high school history teacher, I definitely include this DVD on my "must have" list. It keeps student interest...enough said? To a teacher, I know that''s gold. I have had many positive reviews from past and present students about this one. However, keep it in perspective, it is what it is: a history video. Your students won''t be asking for a burned copy, but they will learn from it.

After the unfortunate popularity of Hollywood''s "10,000 BC" (a movie so horrible it makes every self-respecting history teacher cringe), this is heaven-sent. It paints a much more accurate picture of the time period, while being extremely relevant.

10,000 BC (History Channel) is fast enough paced to allow students to view the whole DVD, but I would recommend showing it in clips to maximize its impact. Some of my favorite parts include their hunting tactics, ability to survive prehistoric animals, and the segment explaining several theories as to how people "settled" the North American continent.

It''s worth the investment to your teaching collection.
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J. Munyon
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Could have been more academic, more informative; less repetitive, less animated . . .
Reviewed in the United States on May 2, 2011
"History Channel; Journey to 10,000 B.C." is alleged as being the real story of prehistoric man''s fight for survival. The creatures are mammoths, saber-tooth tigers, sloths, bears, wolves and other predatory carnivores. The people are said to be first the Clovis people,... See more
"History Channel; Journey to 10,000 B.C." is alleged as being the real story of prehistoric man''s fight for survival. The creatures are mammoths, saber-tooth tigers, sloths, bears, wolves and other predatory carnivores. The people are said to be first the Clovis people, followed much later by the Folsom people. They are named after the hunting tools made by flint knapping, used for spear tips, arrow tips, knives, and scraping. The Clovis style flint tool was discovered in New Mexico, but primarily has the most occurrence in subsequent archaeological discovery off the New England coastline near Connecticut and Vermont. The Folsom style flint tool seems to have its prominence in Colorado, such as the Lindenmeier site. This video tells of the "adaladal" which is a spear throwing device that propels the spear much faster by sling-shot effect leverage, to speeds in excess of 60 mph, and creates a great advantage in hunting because of the distance the hunter wants to keep between themselves and the target, and because some creatures were difficult to kill. The video also explores possible origins and methods of migration from Siberia, France, Spain, and parts of Asia, across oceans, land masses, and explains time period allowances for a lower sea level, in relationship to what effect ice sheets in Canada would have on the Americas. There are theories shared about what caused the climate changes and dust storms, from changes in river flow, ocean currents, and winds, to the ice sheet being impacted by meteorites. The documentary has some slow dry spots in the delivery and unfortunately a lot of repetition for the drawings and animations that make it almost amateurish and lets your attention sag. Of course this type of documentary is based upon speculation and theory more than just about any other subject, so about all the aim of the video has is to stimulate the possibilities in the mind of the viewer. The one thing it did for me was made me want to visit the George C. Page Museum near the Rancho La Brae Tar Pits at 5801 Wilshire BLVD in Los Angeles, California. Some scholars say the people of that time period were likely to band together when they met for sharing their knowledge, skills, experiences, food, and their women. Other scholars say they probably knew the resources were very limited and large groups are slower at migrating than smaller groups, so it is more likely they fought to the death, beginning with the leader of the two clans - which weakened the chances for survival of the clan whose leader died. Mostly though, I came away feeling like the producer, editor, and director of the documentary knew much more than they were willing to share, and that somehow they felt it was necessary not to tell me the big secrets, or show me the archaeological discoveries first hand. So I can''t give more than 3 stars.
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Happy in Tennessee
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I got some dumb message saying it was not playable in my location
Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2018
Couldn''t play it on my machine. I got some dumb message saying it was not playable in my location. I paid for the DVD. Should have been able to watch it. Didn''t make sense to me. Waste of money. stay away from company
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M. Shepherd
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Living in America 12,000 years ago
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2010
This is a pretty good documentary about early man in america 12,000 years ago. As with any documentary dealing with pre-history hard facts to go on are few and far between, but they do the best they can with what they have got. The theories presented are sometimes... See more
This is a pretty good documentary about early man in america 12,000 years ago. As with any documentary dealing with pre-history
hard facts to go on are few and far between, but they do the best they can with what they have got. The theories presented are
sometimes at odds with each other, but with so little hard evidence that is to be expected.
The theories are presented without bias (well, without much bias anyway) so that you get a good picture of several veiwpoints.
If you are looking for a lot of flashy cgi animations, you will not find a lot of it in this film. And what there is tends to
be of fairly low quality. But if you are looking for information, you will find a wealth of it.
Would be excellent for use in a middle school or high school science class, or great for anyone who has an interest in pre-history.
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Donald1
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Four Stars
Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2018
Interesting although not the accuracy I expected for the time and civilization .
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Michael Valdivielso
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
So-so...
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2012
This is about early humans coming to America, how they lived, how they arrived, so on. While the information given was interesting the effects, putting people in front of a green screen or blue screen, made it feel like I was watching a cartoon. This didn''t bother me as... See more
This is about early humans coming to America, how they lived, how they arrived, so on. While the information given was interesting the effects, putting people in front of a green screen or blue screen, made it feel like I was watching a cartoon. This didn''t bother me as much as the fact that many scenes were used again and again and that the commercial breaks were not taken out, so things kept repeating. A lot. Also, the theory that the first Americans could have come from Europe, and were wiped out which is why none of their genes are among the current American Indians, is somewhat hard to support, I think, without more evidence.
In the end I think you have to judge for yourself. But you may not wish to pay for the DVD just to find out if you agree with the theories - maybe get it from a library or from a friend?
May I also suggest The First Americans: In Pursuit of Archaeology''s Greatest Mystery (Modern Library Paperbacks) if you liked this DVD?
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Penda, Lord of Mercia
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Even deals with the Solutrean Theory
Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2010
This is an excellent DVD. It gives a broad spectrum of views about how prehistoric America was settled and would be useful in a high school Ancient History, Anthropology or for that matter, US History class. I was impressed by the fact that it gives serious consideration of... See more
This is an excellent DVD. It gives a broad spectrum of views about how prehistoric America was settled and would be useful in a high school Ancient History, Anthropology or for that matter, US History class. I was impressed by the fact that it gives serious consideration of the Solutrean Theory, although one scientist inexplicably seemed ignorant of the DNA research which has been done that lends strength to the theory.
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Lots of Information
Reviewed in Canada on November 23, 2012
Fast moving switching between experts, actors, and computer graphics to present a lot of information. This documentary can be viewed multiple times before grasping all the concepts. Not only shows people, stone tools, animals, but also multiple perfectly natural changes in...See more
Fast moving switching between experts, actors, and computer graphics to present a lot of information. This documentary can be viewed multiple times before grasping all the concepts. Not only shows people, stone tools, animals, but also multiple perfectly natural changes in climate that are not man made.
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