The great Egyptian pyramids of Giza have inspired awe, wonder, and fierce speculation. Learn more about the competing theories behind their construction.
Queen Nefertiti, once the most powerful woman in Egypt, vanished without a trace. Host Josh Bernstein is determined to uncover the true story of Queen Nefertiti. Who was this mysterious woman?
Josh Bernstein visits the Bay of Naples to try to understand exactly how the eruption of Mount Vesuvius unfolded in 79 A.D. - and why it took the people of Pompeii almost entirely by surprise.
For centuries, adventurers, archaeologists, and even Indiana Jones have searched for the Bible's most sacred lost treasure: the Ark of the Covenant. How could something so powerful and holy simply vanish?
In 1991, vacationing German hikers stumbled onto one of the most remarkable finds in the history of archaeology: the perfectly preserved body of a 5,000-year old man. Discover the secrets revealed by the Iceman.
According to the Bible, the source of King Solomon's wealth was goldmines located in the land of Ophir. Josh Bernstein takes an epic 4,000-mile journey to seek out King Solomon's lost fortune.
The Egyptians built less than a 100 pyramids, but the Maya built thousands. But what was the significance of these towering structures? Host and explorer Josh Bernstein sets out on a remarkable journey to find out.
Explorers claim to have discovered evidence of the "lost tribes" of Israel all over the world, but a provocative possibility about the whereabouts of one of the tribes has emerged -- in Southern Africa.
Etched into the driest desert in the world, the mysterious lines and figures of Nasca in Southern Peru are thought to have been made between 200 BC and 600 AD. Ever since, they have intrigued the world. Who built them—and why?
The mere idea of a golden city buried in the jungle fueled the explorations and imaginations of Spanish conquistadors for centuries. Was El Dorado real, or just a fable?
Unveil the mysteries of the remotest island on the face of the planet and the massive, remarkable stone heads that its first inhabitants left behind.