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Into The Great Pyramid

Join a team of world-renowned archaeologists as they crawl deep into the heart of the only remaining Wonder of the Ancient World, the Great Pyramid. 3-D graphics show the evolution and development of the Great Pyramids and the Sphinx.


Episode Length: 01:30:00

Year: 2003

Episode: 1


 

Search for Adam

Where did we all come from? Could we all be descendants of Adam? And if he existed, who was he, where did he live and what did he look like?


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2005

Episode: 12


 

Final Days of Anne Frank

Anne Frank’s world-famous diary comes to an abrupt end several days before she and her companions in the Secret Annex were arrested on August 4, 1944. This is the story of what happened next, how Anne became absorbed into the horror of the Nazi camp system. Through eyewitness testimony from camp survivors and historic pictures and film, the brutality and horror of Auschwitz, Sobibor and Bergen-Belsen are revealed.


Episode Length: 01:30:00

Year: 2014

Episode: 1


 

Finding Atlantis

They say it was the most advanced society in the world, with the most powerful army and navy and the most incredible architecture and riches beyond imagination. And, they say it vanished in a single day and a single night. The most extraordinary civilization lost forever. What if it’s true? What if the most astonishing tale ever told was true?


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2011

Episode: 1


 

Elizabeth I, The Virgin Queen

Join us as we dig up the clues, dissect the evidence and investigate the truth behind some of history’s greatest events… and prove the history books right – or wrong – once and for all.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2010

Episode: 1


 

Machu Picchu Decoded

It is the most famous archaeological ruin in the Western hemisphere, an iconic symbol of the power and engineering prowess of the Inca – and yet it remains an enigma. Theories about its purpose had remained largely unchanged since its discovery; Hiram Bingham first provided one, nearly a century ago. But now, work by a new generation of archaeologists has proved Bingham wrong. Their recent finds – including skeletons at the site – are for the first time accurately decoding Machu Picchu, with new revelations about who built it, how, and why.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2009

Episode: 1


 

Diving Into Noah’s Flood

Archaeologist Jeff Rose embarks on a journey to understand how the destructive forces of water might have inspired the biblical story of Noah’s Ark and the great flood. Dr. Rose believes that a massive flood once swallowed a landmass as big as Great Britain, created the Persian Gulf and sent tribes of Neolithic people into constant retreat from the ever-rising waters. Diving Into Noah’s Flood joins Dr. Rose as he uncovers the roots of this story in ancient Sumeria, dives to the bottom of the Persian Gulf to search for flooded settlements and ventures through war-torn Iraq to find evidence of a colossal flood.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2012

Episode: 1


 

Devil’s Bible

At 165 pounds, and allegedly made from 160 calf skins, the Codex Gigas is the world’s largest medieval manuscript. Filled with exorcism spells and a large image of Satan himself, according to legend, the Bible sprang from a doomed monk’s pact with the devil. Now, Nat Geo follows a team of scientists as they embark on an unprecedented quest to unravel the secrets behind the book’s darkened pages and mysterious authorship. Using ultra-violet fluorescence imaging, handwriting analysis and a re-creation of the text, forensic document experts attempt to uncover the cryptic truth behind this ancient Devil’s Bible.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2008

Episode: 1


 

Forbidden Tomb of Genghis Khan

Can technology solve an 800-year-old mystery and locate the tomb of the legendary warrior Genghis Khan? Journey to Mongolia’s “Forbidden Zone” with a team led by Explorer Albert Lin, who hopes to virtually “excavate” the tomb without moving a single rock using sophisticated ground penetrating imagery.


Episode Length: 00:45:00

Year: 2011

Episode: 1


 

Finding the Lost Da Vinci

Could one of Leonardo da Vinci’s lost works of art be hidden between a wall of an ornate building and another masterpiece? It’s a captivating theory that has had one prominent scientist chasing a legend for more than 30 years. This is the exclusive behind-the-scenes story of the hunt for a priceless masterpiece that could lead to one of the greatest discoveries the art world has ever known.


Episode Length:00:45:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 1


 

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