Unearthing Ancient Secrets

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  • Season 2
    • Secrets of the Valley of the Kings
      In the Valley of the Kings lie tombs of some of the greatest Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt. After 3000 years the secrets of how the Ancient Egyptian craftsmen managed to build such an elaborate subterranean world are being unearthed.
    • Rameses: A Murder Mystery
      1/22/13
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      In the Valley of the Kings a discovery could change our view of the Bible forever. Rameses II was the pharaoh of the Exodus, whose firstborn son died during the 10th plague. New evidence suggests the heir may have been killed by something more sinister.
    • The Search for Sheba
      1/18/13
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      An investigation has been launched to find a missing person - the legendary, Biblical figure we know as the Queen of Sheba. Immortalized as the lover of King Solomon, who was she? A team excavating an ancient temple believes they have unearthed answers.
    • The Search for Sheba
      1/18/13
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      An investigation has been launched to find a missing person - the legendary, Biblical figure we know as the Queen of Sheba. Immortalized as the lover of King Solomon, who was she? A team excavating an ancient temple believes they have unearthed answers.
    • Engineering Ancient Egypt
      1/11/13
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      The Great Pyramid is not only a Wonder of the Ancient World but was also the world's tallest man-made structure for 3,800 years. Egyptians built this and more with only manpower. Engineering experts work to decode construction the way the ancients did it.
    • Egypt's Animal Mummies
      1/4/13
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      For thousands of years the tombs of ancient Egypt have concealed a secret world; buried deep within are millions of mummies. These are not pharaohs' mummies but preserved animal mummies. Why did the Egyptians preserve their animals as they did kings?
    • A Warrior's Autopsy
      12/28/12
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      Philip of Macedonia, father of Alexander the Great, built one of the ancient world's greatest militaries, but what was life really like for his soldiers? A team investigates the skeleton of an ancient warrior to reveal the mysterious cause of death.
    • Engineering Ancient Rome
      12/21/12
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      The center of one of the greatest civilizations, Rome was a modern city in an ancient world. They built the Colosseum and Pantheon, supplied 1 million residents with fresh water every day - all achieved with manpower and the most basic machinery. But how?
    • Columbus: The Hidden Mystery
      12/14/12
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      Christopher Columbus is one of history's most famous explorers. The world knows about his discoveries, but not about him or where he comes from. Using the latest technology to examine the explorer's bones, and uncover historic evidence never seen before.
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