Ramses: Egypt's Greatest Dynasty

Archaeologists unearth new evidence about Ramses the Great

Mummy Hunters

Archaeologists hunt for mummies to reveal new evidence about ancient Egypt

Rise of Cleopatra

Archaeologists investigate Egypt’s most famous female pharaoh, Cleopatra

Rise of the Pyramids

Archaeologists unearth new evidence of how the iconic pyramids evolved

Tutankhamun's Death

Archaeologists investigate the suspicious death of Tutankhamun

Secrets of the Nile

Archaeologists investigate how the river Nile transformed ancient Egypt

Alexander the Great

Archaeologists investigate Egypt’s fiercest pharaoh, Alexander the Great

Secrets of the Lost Pyramids

The search for Egypt’s last undiscovered pyramid tomb and its lost pharaoh

Mummy Hunters

Archaeologists investigate one of the great mysteries of ancient Egypt – the mummy. At the ancient city of Philadelphia, Egyptologists uncover a stunningly preserved mummy dating from the end of Egyptian civilisation. And experts hunt for clues to how the most famous and best-preserved mummies of all – the Royal mummies – survived in such good condition for over 4000 years.

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