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An immersive, action-packed series follows international teams of Egyptologists as they unearth the world's richest seam of ancient archaeology — Lost Treasures of Egypt. Through excavations and unprecedented access to the teams on the front line of archaeology, we follow these modern-day explorers as they battle searing heat and inhospitable terrain to make the discoveries of a lifetime.
Archaeologists unearth a long-lost box of treasures from inside Tutankhamun's tomb; new technology reveals why this boy king's resting place remained hidden from tomb robbers for thousands of years in the Valley of the Kings; a team is tasked with transporting Tut's treasures; archaeologists open a 4,000-year-old tomb.
An investigation into why the great pharaohs of Egypt abandoned the pyramids of Giza and chose a secret cemetery in the Valley of the Kings in which to be buried; a team looks for clues to identify human remains found in looted graves.
Archaeologists hunt for the lost tomb of Cleopatra. One team dives the sunken city of Alexandria, and an explorer unearths a secret underground tunnel. A team takes mummies to the hospital to scan for hidden treasure. An archaeologist discovers a secret tunnel network at a forgotten temple.
Nearby in Deir el Bahari, Archaeologist Antonio Morales and his team are investigating how ancient tomb builders cleverly designed their tombs to try to evade would-be thieves. Egyptologist Don Ryan works against the clock to examine the contents of Tomb 49 - and makes a dramatic discovery revealing ancient, state-sanctioned tomb robbery on an industrial scale.
Archaeologists investigate the powerful reign of one of the greatest female pharaohs in history - Hatshepsut; a discovery inside one of Hatshepsut's quarries sparks an investigation which leads to the temple of Karnak; an archaeologist excavates mummy parts.
Archaeologists find evidence about how ancient Egyptians prepared for the afterlife; a pharaoh's tomb reveals the sacred text needed to secure life after death; mummified remains reveal the lengths to which grave robbers went in search of treasure.
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