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Follow scientists as they explore tombs beneath an ancient Mexican city.
Discover whether an amateur archaeologist’s theory leads to the lost tomb of Cleopatra
Scientists investigate whether surviving an escape from Alcatraz prison was possible.
Discover the truth about the first permanent English colony in the New World
Who built the ancient abandoned city Teotihuacan, the City of the Gods?
Archaeologists explore the tunnel below the Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent
Archaeologists examine the bones found at Teotihuacan to find out where tens of thousa
Could Taposiris Magna be the site of Cleopatra’s lost tomb?
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Follow scientists as they explore tombs beneath Teotihuacán for clues to a lost culture.
Discover whether an amateur archaeologist’s theory leads to the lost tomb of Cleopatra.
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