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    Episode 1: The ancient Egyptians are the most enduring civilization of all time. But only now have scientists discovered that the roots of this great people may be much older and probably did not begin along the banks of the Nile. 70 miles west of the Nile, in the Egyptian desert, lies the first crude monuments to fallen kings.

    Egypt is so old that for centuries its origins have remained shrouded in mystery but in recent years a new generation of archaeologists have been scouring the desert re-examining the temples and tombs, excavating lost cities and probing deeper before.

    At the height of Egypt's new kingdom, the most powerful Pharaohs who ever lived were buried in tombs full of gold, a divine metal which was regarded as the flesh of the gods. Where did this wealth come from and how did Egypt become the greatest empire the world had ever seen?

  • Immortal Egypt: Chaos | Timeline

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    The professor explores one of Saqqara's last pyramid complexes to illustrate how Ancient Egypt's `Pyramid Age' came to an end. A worsening climate combined with political upheaval, famine and economic difficulties to plunge the state into a dark era of civil war, with the land dividing into smaller city-states headed by ambitious small-town leaders. In an obscure tomb in Thebes, she uncovers the stories of warriors who fought in the bloody battle that would eventually lead to Egypt's reunification, and reveals how settlers known as the `Hyksos' tried to infiltrate the fledgling nation's government to seize the throne.

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  • Immortal Egypt: Zenith | Timeline

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    Joann explores the peak of ancient Egyptian civilisation by looking at the Colossi of Memnon, two massive stone statues depicting Pharaoh Amenhotep III, and examining the lives of the workers and artisans involved in the building of the Valley of the Kings. This golden age was threatened by the growing power of Karnak's priests, and Joann reveals how Tutankhamen's early death was a chance for Egypt to start afresh and rewrite history, but was undermined by decades of state-sanctioned looting of the tombs.

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  • Immortal Egypt: The Road To The Pyramids | Timeline

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    In the first episode, Professor Joann Fletcher goes in search of the building blocks of Egyptian civilisation and finds out what made ancient Egypt the incredible civilisation that it was.

    Joann sees how people here changed, in just a few centuries, from primitive farmers to pyramid builders and finds the early evidence for Egypt's amazing gods and obsession with death and the afterlife.

    On her search, Joann travels almost 20,000 years back in time to discover north Africa's earliest rock art, she discovers how the first writing was used to calculate taxes and explores one of the first stone structures on earth - Egypt's first pyramid. Joann ends her journey in the largest monument of them all - the Great Pyramid. Here, she explains how Egypt had now reached a pinnacle - the ultimate society, creating one of the wonders of the ancient world.

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  • Opening Egypts Tombs - 2019 Ancient Egypt documentary HD

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    Tony Robinson goes on a journey across Egypt, where a series of incredible new discoveries are being made. He travels the length of the Nile, from Cairo to Aswan, to investigate tombs of all shapes and sizes, and meets the archaeologists, including John Ward, who are unearthing extraordinary wonders

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    In the first episode, Professor Joann Fletcher goes in search of the building blocks of Egyptian civilisation and finds out what made ancient Egypt the incredible civilisation that it was.

    Joann sees how people here changed, in just a few centuries, from primitive farmers to pyramid builders and finds the early evidence for Egypt's amazing gods and obsession with death and the afterlife.

    On her search, Joann travels almost 20,000 years back in time to discover north Africa's earliest rock art, she discovers how the first writing was used to calculate taxes and explores one of the first stone structures on earth - Egypt's first pyramid. Joann ends her journey in the largest monument of them all - the Great Pyramid. Here, she explains how Egypt had now reached a pinnacle - the ultimate society, creating one of the wonders of the ancient world.

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  • Immortal Egypt: Invasion | Timeline

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    The historian reveals how Egypt's enemies exploited a country weakened by internal strife, travelling south to Sudan to examine the story of the forgotten Nubian kings, who ruled Egypt from their southern homeland for a century, even building their own pyramids to bury their monarchs. She then explores how the next group of invaders the Saites took the tradition of mummification to new extremes by preserving millions of animals, before Alexander the Great came to Egypt's rescue and founded the greatest city on Earth.

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  • The Mystery of the Pharaohs Stone: Egypt Detectives | Timeline

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    Egypt is full of mysteries. One of them is the Pharaoh who's moving statue travelled thousands of kilometres without cranes, trucks or even a wheel. How was it done? Time to bring in the Egypt Detectives

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    Professor Joann Fletcher goes in search of the building blocks of Egyptian civilisation and finds out what made ancient Egypt the incredible civilisation that it was.

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  • Who Were The Queens Of Egypt? | Egypts Lost Queens | Timeline

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    Historian, Joann Fletcher explores the hitherto downplayed role that women took in the running of state and, indeed, in shaping every aspect of life in Ancient Egypt. Perhaps unassumed by most, the ancient Egyptians were unique in their attitude to sexual equality with women holding the title of ‘Pharaoh’ no fewer than 18 times, while there were also female doctors, tutors, prime ministers and priestesses. Focusing on women of royalty such as Pharaoh Hatshepsut and Queen Nefertari, as well as women of high profession such as Lady Peseshet, the earliest female doctor known to the world, Fletcher reveals an ancient civilization unparalleled in its sexual equality.

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  • The Greatest Pharaohs of Egypt

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    The Complete Valley of the Kings: Tombs and Treasures of Ancient Egypt's Royal Burial dynasties - how long a family ruled for. Rulers of Egypt were called pharaohs, the only country to call them this. Since Egypt has a history that goes back more than seven thousand years the list of pharaohs is long. Here are a few of the more interesting ones:
    Hatshepsut (1473 - 1458 BC)

    One of only a few female pharaohs, Hatshepsut who was the first wife Thutmose II. After Thutmose's death, his son, Thutmose III, (by a minor wife) was named the heir. Because the boy was so young, Hatshepsut ruled with him until she declared herself pharaoh. She claimed the god Amon-Ra said she was to be pharaoh. Dressed not as a lady, but in men's clothes, Hatshepsut took charge of the nation and had the support of the high priest and other officials. For 20 years she ruled Egypt and during that time the economy was great. She started trading with more countries, built impressive temples and restored many others. One of these magnificent buildings was the temple at Deir el Bahari. Hatshepsut disappeared after Thutmose III reclaimed the throne, and what became of her is a mystery.
    Thutmose III (1479 - 1425 BC)

    Thutmose III might be responsible for the mysterious disappearance of Hatshepsut, but he was still a great ruler. He has been called the Napoleon of ancient Egypt. After taking the throne he had Hatshepsut's name cut from the temple walls and tried to erase her name from history. Thutmose never lost a battle. Thutmose III was a national hero and he was respected throughout Egyptian history. Besides being a military genius he is well known for his many buildings. He set up several obelisks. One, which is mistakenly called Cleopatra's Needle, can be seen on the Embankment in London. Another one is in Central Park in New York, one in Rome and another in Istanbul. (Obviously he didn't build them in these locations, they were excavated and moved centuries later).
    Tutankhamen (1336 - 1327 BC)

    At the age of nine Tutankhamen became pharaoh. King Tut, as a lot of people call him, was too young to rule Egypt so his uncle Ay, who was the highest minister, ruled for him while he was a boy. Tut married Ankhsenoomun. Tutankhamen died at 18. His body was found with his skull bashed in. It is thought that Ay may have had something to do with the sudden and mysterious death. Only a person of great importance could get near enough to harm him, one of them would have been Ay. Ay married Tut's widow (who is also a suspect in Tut's murder), despite being her grandfather, so that he could have power.
    Ramesses II (1279 - 1213 BC)

    Ramesses II was one of the longest ruling pharaohs of ancient Egypt. He was called Ramesses the Great and ruled for 67 years, although beside his father in the beginning. It is said that Ramesses lived for over 80 years. The average person lived to about 40 so he must have seemed like a god. Ramesses made a name for himself as a builder and a warrior but he also had a rep as a ladies man. He had over a dozen wives and more than 100 children.

  • Egyptian Gods Explained In 13 Minutes

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    Egyptian Mythology has the most interesting Gods of the ancient world, including Ra, Amun, Osiris, Isis, Horus, Seth, Anubis, Thoth, Ptah, Sekhmet, Bastet, Hathor and Neith. Try two months of Skillshare for free: | Starting with the creation of the world, we will witness the birth of the Gods and their epic power struggle to become the Pharaoh of Egypt.

    At the beginning of time, there was only Nu, the primeval waters of chaos. Then, in a great flood, the sun god Atum rose from the water and willed himself into creation. Atum then created Air, a son he named Shu, and moisture, a daughter he named Tefnut. They were the first divine pair and soon had children of their own, the Earth named Geb, and the Sky called Nut. This second divine pair then had four children of their own, Osiris, Isis, Seth and Nephthys, completing the group of nine primeval Gods known as the Ennead, consisting of Atum and his eight descendants.

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    Creation of the World 0:16
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    Amun 2:07
    Osiris 3:03
    Isis 4:21
    Horus 5:05
    Seth 5:39
    Ra 6:42
    'Eyes' of Ra 8:03
    Sekhmet 8:25
    Bastet 8:51
    Hathor 9:14
    Neith 9:48
    Ptah 10:22
    Anubis 10:55
    Thoth 11:54

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    Music used: Nomadic Sunset by Alexander Nakarada @
    SerpentSound Studios
    Shattered Helium - Under The Sky
    CTION CINEMATIC DYNAMIC DRUMS BACKGROUND MUSIC


    ♦Sources :





    Allen, James P. (2000). Middle Egyptian: An Introduction to the Language and Culture of Hieroglyphs. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-77483-3.

    Shaw, Ian (2003). The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-280458-7.


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  • Egypt - Story Of Eternity

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    The pharaohs quest for eternity opened the gates behind which thousands of monuments exist. Monuments of the greatest civilisation ever known..

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    In this spectacular action-adventure inspired by the classic mythology of Egypt, the survival of mankind hangs in the balance as an unexpected mortal hero Bek [Brenton Thwaites] undertakes a thrilling journey to save the world and rescue his true love. In order to succeed, he must enlist the help of the powerful god Horus [Nikolaj Coster-Waldau] in an unlikely alliance against Set [Gerard Butler], the merciless god of darkness, who has usurped Egypt’s throne, plunging the once peaceful and prosperous empire into chaos and conflict.  As their breathtaking battle against Set and his henchmen takes them into the afterlife and across the heavens, both god and mortal must pass tests of courage and sacrifice if they hope to prevail in the epic final confrontation.

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  • The Robot, The Dentist and the Pyramid: Ancient Egypt Documentary | Ancient Architects

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    Back in 2011, scientists developed a robot that has successfully navigated the delicate, labyrinth shafts of the Great Pyramid - in an attempt to solve one of the big mysteries in Egyptian archaeology.

    They brought together cutting edge robotics with ancient history, and it features in this documentary, ‘The Robot, The Dentist and The Pyramid’, where we follow a group of research engineers involving the University of Leeds who accepted a challenge to build a robot capable of exploring inside the pyramid.

    The lightweight robot had to get into a shaft that is just 20 cm by 20 cm, smaller than a sheet of A4 paper, and manoeuvre along its 60 metre length. The challenge was to survey and film what was inside – and crucially, not cause any damage.

    The film reveals intricate hieroglyphics or workers marks that had never been seen before. To coincide with the release of the film, the scientists have made available all nine hours of the video so it can be studied by archaeologists and ancient historians. These are linked above.
    The Great Pyramid, the focus of their work, is the biggest and oldest of the three pyramids that stand on the outskirts of Cairo in Egypt. It is believed to have been built around 4,500 years ago. Over the years, various archaeological teams have explored the pyramid, reaching what is known as the Queen’s Chamber.

    Those archaeological digs found, hidden behind a false wall, a narrow shaft that climbed at a 40-degree angle up into the pyramid. But those earlier explorers had caused damage trying to get into the shaft. Jump forward to 2010 and Rob Richardson, Professor of Robotics at Leeds, is the technical lead of an expedition to explore the inside of the pyramid.

    He and a small group of colleagues had accepted a challenge thrown down by Hong Kong dentist and inventor Dr Tze Chuen Ng to design and build a robot that could survey the shaft and not cause any damage to the pyramid. Developing the robot took five years.

    The meticulous design paid off. The robot was able to get inside the shaft and record exclusive footage of the inside. About 50 metres along the shaft – several metres before what we think is the end – there is a stone put in place to block further access. We do not know what it is blocking access to. We were able to get a camera past the stone – it revealed a small chamber with intricate symbols painted onto the floor.

    Given the artwork, it is likely the shaft served a bigger purpose than an air shaft. But what that purpose is remains a mystery.

    The project to understand the Great Pyramid was cut short because of growing security problems in Egypt. Professor Richardson commissioned independent filmmaker William Westaway to use the video that had been captured to make a film about the project and here it is exclusively on the Ancient Architects channel.

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    Director: William Westaway
    Producer: Tom Czaban
    Sound: Will Berridge and Charlie Hernadez
    Camera and Electricity: Geoffroy Duval

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