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Lost treasures of Egypt, one mile from Valley of the Kings




Ep.6 - Pyramid Tomb Raiders

Archaeologists reveal how robbers looted the pyramids and tombs of ancient Egypt, and the clues they left behind. In a necropolis for the elite, they investigate a lavish sunken tomb, raided and reused for centuries. They explore one of the ancient world’s most audacious robberies, a daring heist on a giant and heavily protected mastaba tomb. And at Egypt’s oldest pyramid, they reveal how builders constructed elaborate defences to protect the treasures within.

The "Lost Treasures of Egypt" series was produced for National Geographic by Windfall Films. For Windfall Films (Part of the Argonon Group). Tom Cook was the Series Producer and Dan Kendall and John Fothergill, the Executive Producers.

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Kathleen Martinez, Egyptian archaeologist looking for Cleopatra's tomb



EPISODES 1-8 2021-2022

Ep.1 - Mystery of Tut’s Tomb


Ep.2 - Legend of the Pyramid Kings

Ep.3 - Ramses’ Rise to Power


Ep.4 - Rise of the Mummies

Ep.5 - Secrets of Egypt’s Queens

Ep.6 - Pyramid Tomb Raiders

Ep.7 - Tutankhamun’s Unsolved Secrets

Ep.8 - Cleopatra, Egypt’s Last Pharaoh






















'Cleopatra - The Mummy' (Cleopatra's Mummy) is the part of the John Storm franchise (for which a draft is available to studios and actor's agents). The John Storm eco franchise is a series of ocean awareness adventures, featuring the incredible solar powered trimaran: Elizabeth Swann. Cleopatra The Mummy, could be the pilot, with Kulo-Luna (script available) or Treasure Island as the sequel. The order of production could be to suit identified gaps in entertainment, in any particular year. Equally, the trilogy, could be adapted for network television, as with the CBS 'Blood and Treasure' TV series.








Queen Cleopatra's royal barge, last of the Pharoahs      Egyptian royal barge, sails and oars for propulsion      Pharoah Khufu's royal barge, solar boat for the afterlife      Ancient Egyptian royal funeral barge, or solar boat



Queen Cleopatra's royal barge, last of the Pharaoh queens, who prepared for the afterlife with a solar boat








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