Secrets of Archaeology

Secrets of Archaeology is a 27-part documentary series which explores some of rediscovered ancient cities and archaeological sites. The series takes us on a virtual tour of history's most intriguing ancient civilizations with state of the art computer graphics, spectacular on-location photography and research from the world's leading archaeological experts. The series explores the magnificent city of Pompeii, the secrets of the pyramids, the architectural treasures of the Roman Empire, the legendary city of Troy, the mythical El Dorado, the forgotten civilizations of Anatolia, and much more.


Pompeii: A City Rediscovered


Episode 01 - Pompeii: A City Rediscovered
Episode 02 - Glorious Rome, Capital of an Empire
Episode 03 - Pyramids Designed for Eternity
Episode 04 - A Place Called Etruria
Episode 05 - Athens: Western Splendor
Episode 06 - The Cities of the Pharaohs
Episode 07 - Egypt According to Cleopatra
Episode 08 - Greek Cities in Italy
Episode 09 - The Pyramids of the Sun
Episode 10 - The Roads to El Dorado
Episode 11 - The Lost Cities of the Maya
Episode 12 - The Forgotten Civilizations of Anatolia
Episode 13 - Travels through Greece
Episode 14 - The Ports of the Desert
Episode 15 - Sailing with the Phoenicians
Episode 16 - The Roman Empire in Africa
Episode 17 - Ancient Cities Bordering on Latium
Episode 18 - Retracing the Tracks of Hannibal
Episode 19 - Roman Imprint on the West
Episode 20 - At the Court of the King of Kings
Episode 21 - Cities of the Sea and Wind
Episode 22 - Secrets of the Island of Minos
Episode 23 - The Fabulous Centers of Hellenism
Episode 24 - Visit of the Sanctuaries of Apollo
Episode 25 - Sicily: Greek Legacy in the West
Episode 26 - Ancient Itinerary in Ionia
Episode 27 - Mycenaeans: The Civilization of Heroes

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