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    T-rex -- the "tyrant lizard king" -- ruled the earth 65 million years ago. Today, he reigns as ultimate predator and pop cultural icon. His image is everywhere -- but few know how two scientific rebels probed the mystery of his sudden death, and uncovered the day that shaped the modern world.

    • E11
    • 24m
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    The untimely death of the Roman Emperor of the Western Empire and the poor decisions of the Roman Emperor of the Eastern Empire change the fortunes of the Roman Army in their battle with the Goths. And this changes the future of Europe.

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    An extraordinary new discovery of a dinosaur fossil so pristine and complete, that it shows off the texture, patterns, and color of a prehistoric giant. Discover this brand new species that roamed during the late Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.

    • E12
    • 26m
    • 96%

    In the 15th century, an inventor in a workshop in Strasburg came up with a machine that would eventually change the history of the entire world and shake a religion to its core. The choice of the first work to be printed is an astute one: Saint Jerome’s Latin version of the Bible.

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    New evidence suggests humans arrived in North America far earlier than previously thought, and that they may have traveled along paths now buried deep beneath the sea.

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    One of the oldest known hominins in southern Africa. An almost complete skeleton dates back more than three million years. Found in 1994 in the Sterkfontein Caves near Johannesburg in South Africa, which form part of the “Cradle of Humankind”.

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    How long does it take for life to rebound after a major mass extinction? Scientists in Svalbard dig through fossil clues for surprising revelations about our Earth's history.

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    The Tyrannosaurus Rex is known as the king of the dinosaurs, but how did its reign begin? Meet Moros Intrepidus, a 180 lb., deer-sized ancestor to the T-Rex. Learn how the latest in paleontology can now link this small dinosaur to the 19,000-pound Scotty, the largest T-Rex ever discovered.

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    Could a 75 million-year-old dinosaur skull that has been sitting in a museum for over 20 years hold the first-ever dinosaur DNA discovered by humans? Follow an international team of scientists as they try to unlock the mystery of dinosaur DNA sequences.

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    Discovered by an unlikely team of amateur historians 45 feet beneath a Kansas cornfield, the Steamboat Arabia is one of the best-preserved shipwrecks in American history. The treasures contained within painting a vivid picture of western expansion and the treacherous frontier.

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    Lions may be known as the kings of the jungle, but it was saber-tooth cats that ruled over the Americas. New fossil evidence is shinning a light on the violent lives of these mysterious species.

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    • 12m
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    Food Anthropologist Dr. Bill Schindler is on an international quest to discover what we should eat. He and his family uncover ancient culinary practices and show how they can bring simplicity and good health to the modern kitchen.

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    By examining countless Megalodon teeth from around the world, scientists have concluded that "meg" was able to achieve its gargantuan proportions by starting its carnivorous diet early -- in the womb.

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    65 million years ago, an immense space rock slammed into Earth, creating the equivalent of nuclear winter, killing all of the dinosaurs. Now, a team of scientists believes there was a witness to the catastrophe …a survivor that walked alongside T-rex … and that also allowed humans to be here today.

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    Gjellestad, Norway. Archaeologists made the discovery of a lifetime: a 20-meter-long, 1200-year-old Viking funeral ship. Who is hiding in the grave? Is Gjellestad one of the oldest Viking settlements? What can this coffin tell us about the daily lives, beliefs, and traditions of the Vikings?

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    An unprecedented archaeological discovery of hundreds of sacrificed children in Peru unlocks the secrets of one of the most powerful and mysterious civilizations in South American history.

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    • 50m
    • 94%

    Since their earliest existence in ancient Greek and Roman civilizations, stadiums have been regarded as architectural masterpieces and focal points in their surrounding cities, but none more so than the Colosseum in Rome.

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    • 93%

    Druids, the mysterious wizards of the Celts, have always fascinated the world. They are an integral part of ancient literature, as heroes of Irish legends and stars of modern fantasy worlds. But who were they really?

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    How did humanity's earliest ancestors evolve into one of the most successful species on Earth? An extraordinary journey tracing the footsteps of early hominids. Using the latest paleoanthropological findings mixed with the latest CGI from Square Enix, this story is finally told.

    • 49m
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    A king who offended the all-powerful Emperor, and then rebelled against him, but failed. How do these dramatic events in China's history link to the finding of 4000 buried terracotta warriors discovered in Jiangsu Province, China?

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    • 9 episodes
    • 94%

    Experts on various anthropological projects discuss their findings and what it means to be an anthropologist.

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    • 13 episodes
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    What are the special challenges facing marine archaeologists? Experts discuss sites, like the Titanic, and how to protect our heritage.

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    • 15 episodes
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    Supported by stunning 3D graphics, Dr. Darius Arya explains the purpose and architectural significance of ancient Roman buildings.

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    • 92%

    Dinosaurs! Dive into the lost world of the largest creatures ever to roam the Earth.

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    • 98%

    The Bronze Age saw the rise of urban societies, vast trading empires and military might. How did this come about, and why did it end?

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    This series sheds light on the kind of life that existed in the Permian, Triassic and Cretaceous periods beginning 250 million years ago.

    • 2 episodes
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    A journey to the depths of the Black Sea yields the greatest series of ancient shipwrecks ever discovered.

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    New discoveries of dinosaur fossils are completely changing what we know about the animals that lived on our planet millions of years ago.

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    In this prequel to Ancient Earth, travel back in time to the first two of the most powerful extinction periods in history.

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    • 10 episodes
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    Examining the most incredible architectural constructions of antiquity, those that inspired our engineers and helped build the modern world.

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    The Celts. A society that thrived over 2000 years ago and continues to fascinate us today. In this series, we uncover their untold story.

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    Circle the globe on this exhilarating 5-part epic that “connects the dots" between the GIANTS of the natural world, past and present.

    • 2 episodes
    • 98%

    Images of castles have always conjured up stories of adventure, opulence, and power. Yet, what was life really like behind their walls?

    • 3 episodes
    • 81%

    NEFERTITI: THE LONELY QUEEN looks at the status of cultural treasures taken from their country of origin.