The Knights Templar defended the Holy Land through bloodshed and prayer. Experience the city the Knights knew as Tortosa and learn the secrets of their headquarters at Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
At the dawn of the 20th century, the remains of a palace were discovered on the Greek island of Crete, preserved beneath volcanic ash. Could the ruins be home to the ancient civilization of Atlantis?
During his 67-year reign, Ramses II built some of the most ambitious monuments and structures in history. Cutting-edge technology recreates the true scale of his vision.
We restore Athens to its former glory--the first senate house, the Greek navy, the magnificence of the Parthenon and one of the world's most advanced water systems.
In top secret cities and nuclear facilities, we recreate the secret world of the Manhattan Project in isolated parts of Tennessee, New Mexico and Washington State.
Our investigators piece together a picture of how Hitler wanted Germany to look from the ruins of what was built and from plans of his architect Albert Speer.
Since Jesus' death, Jerusalem has been destroyed and rebuilt more than 20 times. Our experts follow the evidence to reveal the city that Jesus would have visited.
In a country torn by bloody civil war, a Romanian prince seizes power, becoming known across Europe for both breathtaking courage and terrifying cruelty.
New research allows us to journey back to the 13th-century world of William Wallace. Traveling down secret pathways beneath Scotland, rediscover the surprisingly sophisticated culture that Wallace died to protect.
A team of field investigators examine the decades after Jesus' crucifixion, when barely a hundred of his surviving followers managed to spread Christianity around the Mediterranean and across the Roman Empire.