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Building an Ancient, Mysterious Monument (Amazing Stop-Motion) | National Geographic

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Published on Mar 25, 2015

Recent research sheds light on an ancient Roman mystery: how a monument called Trajan's Column may have been built. This stop-motion animation imagines its construction.
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DIRECTOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, ANIMATION: Hans Weise
ART DIRECTOR, SET DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION, ANIMATION: Fernando G. Baptista
SET CONSTRUCTION ASSISTANTS: Emily Eng, Megan Roosevelt, and Jessica Wang
FOLEY ASSISTANT: Daniela Santamarina
STILL PHOTOGRAPHY: Kenneth Garrett
RESEARCH: Amanda Hobbs
SPECIAL THANKS: Lynne Lancaster

Building an Ancient, Mysterious Monument (Amazing Stop-Motion) | National Geographic
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