And, yes - Once again, The History Channel inquisitively returns to those mysterious and monumental ruins of ancient Egypt in order to take yet an even closer look at this fascinating by-gone culture where superstition and elaborate ceremony prevailed on a grand scale.
Through stills, CG imagery, archival footage, and interviews with well-read Egyptologists - The viewer witnesses (amongst other things) the piecing together of many of the truly puzzling aspects of ancient Egypt that, to this very day, surrounds this once-powerful civilization.
Narrated by Frank Langella - Of the 4 programs in this 2-disc, 3-hour, history documentary, my favourite was the story behind the uncovering of King Tut's tomb in 1922 by British archaeologist, Howard Carter.
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