Egypt's hidden history continues to enthrall the world. The Saqqara Necropolis contains the burial tomb of Khuwy. Mark Lehner has mapped the Sphynx and discovered a portion of the Lost City of the Pyramids.
Dan Jones excavates the Pyramid of Menkaure. Sayed Salah organizes workers from Nazlat al Salman, El Zawya, and Abusir. Mohamed Samal Tolba oversees the archeological mission on behalf of the Ministry of Antiquities; a piece of textile can provide more information than a statue.
Lehner attempts to unravel Egypt's secrets in the Nile Valley. Richard Redding oversees studies for the Ancient Egypt Research Associates. Mohamad Hussein Ahmed studies what people ate. Single context recording breaks down physical evidence to one process.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Grateful Dead perform in front of the pyramids at Giza; Walter Gilbert visits the excavation site. Lehner looks for the lost city where people constructed edifices. The American Research Center in Egypt runs field schools throughout Egypt.
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See how the world’s most renowned archaeologists are working hand in hand with Egypt’s best minds as they uncover this country’s past and shine a light on its future.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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