Egypt: New Discoveries, Ancient Mysteries

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10 videos in this collection

Giza: The Lost City of the Pyramid Builders
Discover who constructed the enchanting Pyramids of Giza and what secrets they hold inside in this exclusive expedition.
The Lost Tombs of the Thebes
Journey through a maze of private tombs buried in the foothills of Egypt to learn the real heritage of the pharaohs and how people lived 30 centuries ago.
In the Valley of the Kings
Enter the Valley of the Kings to relive the Tutankamon excavation, and experience first-hand the latest discoveries of the mummy of Queen Hatshepsut and the KV63 tomb.
The Hidden Treasures of the Cairo Museum
Take a private trip into the unknown basement rooms of the famous Cairo Museum to find many forgotten Egyptian treasures, sarcophagi, and mummies buried under decades of dust.
Saqqara: The Cult of the Dead
Experience the site of Ancient Egypt's widest necropolis city, Saqqara, and take a journey into one of the most important traditions of Egyptian culture: the cult of the Dead.
Heliopolis
Voyage into the ancient city of Heliopolis to uncover the importance of Ancient Egypt's cult of the Sun and answer the old-age questions of Egyptian cosmogony.
Ramses II: The Quest for Immortality
Uncover the secrets of pharaoh Ramesses II, also known as Ramesses The Great, as we explore his life to provide a better understanding of all the rulers of ancient Egypt.
Akhenaton
Find the real truths of the infamous pharaoh Akhenaten, who changed the face of Ancient Egypt forever with his monotheistic religion of Aten.
Karnak and Luxor
Discover the Karnak and the Luxor temples, vast area of ruined temples, chapels, pylons and other buildings, and learn the true relationship the Egyptians had with their religion.
The Boy King Tutankhamun
Take an expedition into the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun and go beyond the questions already answered to find the real truths of this famous king.

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