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The Sphinx. El Dorado. The Shroud of Turin. Our world holds remarkable relics that are full of secrets, written in stone, gold, and blood. Discovering the truths behind their mysteries could change history as we know it. Join us as we travel the globe and come face-to-face with these puzzling treasures. We explore hidden corners, decipher ancient documents, and apply groundbreaking research and forensic techniques with one goal in mind: to discover the truth about these fabled cities, monuments, and remnants, and to share it with the world.
A routine dive for shipwrecks off the Mediterranean coast at Atlit, Israel turns into the discovery of a lifetime for maritime archaeologist Ehud Galili when he stumbles upon the perfectly preserved remains of a 9,000-year-old settlement, Atlit Yam. Among the findings: a megalithic stone circle, twice as old as Stonehenge. Who were the people who built this remarkable monument? Why did they do it? And what rituals were held here? A remarkable breakthrough in DNA technology may answer these and other questions surrounding this mysterious find.
No single civilization has had more impact on history than the ancient Greeks. But how it all started has always been shrouded in mystery. But now, a remarkable new discovery at Pylos is revealing the mysterious origins of one of history's greatest cultures. See how the discovery of a 3,500-year-old tomb of a warrior-king plus a hoard of treasures from the age of myths and legends is helping a team of archaeologists piece together the story of how ancient Mycenaean Greece sprang into life and destroyed the even older Minoan civilization in the process.
After over a thousand years of rule, the mighty Roman Empire was finally brought to its knees in the 5th century by the barbaric Huns, led by the infamous Attila. At least, that's what we've been led to believe by ancient Roman writers. But a shocking discovery at a 1,600-year-old cemetery in Mozs, Hungary is changing history as we know it. See how the unearthing of 51 strangely shaped, elongated skulls triggered a groundbreaking archaeological investigation that is revealing a new version of the fall of Rome...by those who experienced it firsthand.
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