Fred at Tell Halaf
Another exciting adventure and a time travel to Mesopotamia
Fred's journey this time is an expedition to Syria. Here he plans to work like a real archaeologist. But once again everything turns out differently!
On the very first day he meets Baron Max von Oppenheim, who discovered mysterious stone images on Tell Halaf over a hundred years ago.
Together with his friend Sayid, Fred falls into an old well shaft - and thus into another world...
In 1899, Baron Max von Oppenheim excavated the remains of the Aramaic city of Guzana on Tell (Tell, Arabic: hill) Halaf in Syria.
For nine years, these artifacts, destroyed by an aerial bomb from World War II, were painstakingly restored and reconstructed.
With this radio play, children can discover and experience history in an age-appropriate, exciting and lively way. The ancient world, art and culture are brought closer in a simple and archaeologically valuable way. The radio play scores points with both young and old due to the exciting journey through time, the brilliant narrator's performance as well as the rousing Narration!
- 1 Audio CD German Language
- Playing time approx. 74 min
- knowledge radio play from 8 years
- with 20-page booklet (newly revised)
- facts fit harmoniously into the dramatically composed plot
- listening is fun even for pre-educated listeners
- very lively and plausibly presented
- creates mood and atmosphere
Radio plays by Ultramar- suitable for children and archaeologically valuable
The "Fred - archaeological adventures - audio plays" are knowledge audio plays for children from 8 years, which score with atmospheric sounds, lovingly designed artwork and child-friendly and exciting knowledge transfer. With its audio plays, the young publishing house Ultramar aims to whet children's and adults' appetites for history, archaeology and past cultures. Education should be fun, broaden the horizon and sharpen the view of the present. The big and small listeners will forget everything around them and have a great time with Fred.
Author, director: Birge Tetzner
Music composition, sound design, arrangement: Rupert Schellenberger, ultramar labs
Narrators: Remo Schulze, Harry Kühn, Michael Berndt-Cananá, Dirk Petrick, Tino Blazejewksi, Christoph Bornmüller, Charles Kouam, Tommaso Lombardi
Illustration: Hans Baltzer
Design: Kristina Brasseler
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