Technology continues to transform homes in the '90s as we see the impact of CDs, dishwashers becoming commonplace, and, most revolutionary of all, the internet arrives in homes.
Come and visit a home from the '80s. Some familiar technology is starting to appear in homes, such microwaves, computers and mobile phones, but they all look much bigger than what we use today.
The Egyptian Book of the Dead is one of the most important and most overlooked documents in the world. Biblical scholars agree that portions of the Old Testament are direct descendants of the ancient Egyptian text, written 4000 years ago. Some archaeologists argue that Moses himself must have not only read, but have carried a copy of The Book of the Dead with him when he fled Egypt! Today, a new generation of seekers have begun to re-examine the ancient text and its wisdom that has shaped our modern world in ways that few understand.
A cemetery crammed with skeletons offers clues and challenges what we know about the final days of the once-mighty ancient empire of the Inca.
The first cataract of the Nile cuts through Aswan, making it a natural border and a direct gateway to the gold of the Pharaohs. In this episode, the investigation leads the viewer on a dive into the waters of Elephantine Island in order to discover the oldest Nilometer.