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Megan Fox embarks on an epic and personal journey across the globe, where archaeologists and experts will re-examine history, asking tough questions and challenging the conventional wisdom that has existed for centuries. Legends of the Lost with Megan Fox will delve into some of the greatest mysteries of time, including whether Amazon women really existed or if the Trojan War was real.
Megan Fox journeys to Scandinavia and England to investigate a bold new hypothesis that powerful female warriors played a role in helping the Viking hordes become the most feared army of the time. From the earliest recorded invasions in 790 AD through the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, the Vikings raided and pillaged from Scandinavia to England and Russia, as far east as Newfoundland and to the shores of North Africa. For centuries, it was widely believed that Viking men led the charge. But new archaeological findings are questioning these long held beliefs, and Megan Fox is on a quest to find the truth about the elite Viking warriors.
Megan Fox travels to the United Kingdom to explore one of the most mysterious archaeological sites in the world - Stonehenge. She'll investigate why our ancestors built this enigmatic monument and explore whether the stones possess supernatural powers. Was Stonehenge an ancient calendar, the world's first "supercomputer," or a Stone Age hospital? Or perhaps it was all, or none, of the above?
For nearly 100 years, scientists have said that humans came to what is today the United States of America at the end of the last Ice Age, some 13,000 years ago. But new archaeological findings along the Savannah River in the southeastern United States show that a great migration could have happened as far back as 48,000 BC. Some believe these first settlers were gigantic prehistoric versions of homo sapiens. Megan Fox seeks to uncover who, or what, these early settlers really were.
Megan Fox travels to Turkey to try to answer the longstanding question: Did the infamous Trojan War actually take place? Using one of the greatest Greek legends, Homer's Iliad, as her treasure map, Fox examines high-tech data and the latest archaeological finds along the coast of modern day Turkey in search of answers. Was Homer's Iliad the greatest work of fiction ever written... or was he recording real events?
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