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Unlocking ancient Egypt's greatest mysteries.

Latest episodes

aired 22 days ago
Archaeologists unravel the secrets of the Valley of the Kings, the sacred tombs of the Pharaohs in Egypt.
aired 22 days ago
New evidence of Cleopatra as an intelligent leader and an uncanny politician contrasts with the common Western portrayal of her as a frivolous temptress.
aired 22 days ago
Experts search for the lost tomb of Alexander the Great.
aired 48 days ago
Fresh interpretations of existing evidence reveal secrets behind the success of Ramses II.
aired 48 days ago
Renewed investigations and fresh theories offer new hope that archaeologists will be able to uncover who created the Sphinx and who it represents.
aired 70 days ago
The Scorpion King likely united the kingdoms of ancient Egypt, invented a phonetic writing system and began a new burial style that may have inspired the tombs and pyramids of the pharaohs.
aired 70 days ago
Experts trace the development of pyramids from flat mud-brick structures to the giant masterpieces still standing today.
aired 70 days ago
Over 100 years ago an unidentified mummy was found lying alongside some of the most famous pharaohs in Egyptian history, with his face contorted in a scream.

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