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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2005 8:13 pm 
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Egypt on TV- February

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Discovery Science Channel
Nefertiti Resurrected - Part 1

In a tomb in the Valley of the Kings lies one of Egypt's greatest secrets. Three mummies rest hidden in a small chamber behind a secret wall. A leading Egyptologist believes one of the bodies belongs to Nefertiti, a famous queen of ancient Egypt.
Jan 31 2005@ 9:00 PM
Also airs:
Feb 01 2005@ 01:00 AM
Feb 01 2005@ 05:00 AM
Feb 01 2005@ 08:00 AM
Feb 01 2005@ 01:00 PM
Feb 01 2005@ 04:00 PM


Discovery Science Channel
Nefertiti Resurrected - Part 2

In a tomb in the Valley of the Kings lies one of Egypt's greatest secrets. Three mummies rest hidden in a small chamber behind a secret wall. A leading Egyptologist believes one of the bodies belongs to Nefertiti, a famous queen of ancient Egypt.
Jan 31 2005@ 10:00 PM
Also airs:
Feb 01 2005@ 01:00 AM
Feb 01 2005@ 06:00 AM
Feb 01 2005@ 09:00 AM
Feb 01 2005@ 02:00 PM
Feb 01 2005@ 05:00 PM

Discovery Times Channel
The Assassination of King Tut

Did King Tut's gleaming death mask hide an ancient homicide? Dead since 1323 B.C. and hastily mummified, Egypt's boy king lay in an unfinished tomb until its 1922 discovery. Modern forensics sheds light on what caused the blows to the King's skull.
Feb 04 2005@ 08:00 PM
Feb 04 2005@ 11:00 PM
Feb 05 2005@ 04:00 AM
Feb 05 2005@ 07:00 AM
Feb 05 2005@ 12:00 PM
Feb 05 2005@ 03:00 PM

Discovery Times Channel
Napoleon's Obsession: Quest for Egypt

In a plot to conquer Egypt, Napoleon set sail with 17,000 troops, 700 horses and 150 scientists. Though his conquest failed, research of the scientists that accompanied him gave birth to modern archeology and Egyptology.
Feb 04 2005@ 09:00 PM
Feb 05 2005@ 12:00 AM
Feb 05 2005@ 05:00 AM
Feb 05 2005@ 08:00 AM
Feb 05 2005@ 01:00 PM
Feb 05 2005@ 04:00 PM

History Channel
Digging for the Truth
Who Built Egypt's Pyramids?

The great Egyptian Pyramids of Giza have inspired awe and wonder and, quite likely, fierce speculation from the moment they were built. In fact, even the date of their construction has become a topic of debate. Explorer, survival expert, and host Josh Bernstein takes a hard look at the competing theories as to who really built the pyramids--and when. Archaeologists say it was the ancient Egyptians, others argue for an even older civilization. Filmed in HDTV, this fresh and engaging series digs for the truth and goes to extremes to do it! Josh examines the evidence, explores secret chambers in the heart of the Great Pyramid of Khufu, visits the first pyramid ever built, and tries his hand at ancient stone-quarrying techniques. It's a hard-won perspective, but, with the discovery of a mysterious flooded chamber deep beneath the Sphinx, Josh learns what appears to be the final truth.
Saturday, February 5 @ 1pm ET/PT


Travel Channel
Ends of the EarthAncient Sites Brought to Life

Travel back in time to visit fantastic ancient sites at the height of their glory. Computer graphics help recreate the splendor of the pyramids and the Sphinx of Egypt, the Taj Mahal in India, Greece's Parthenon Temple and the stone circle of Stonehenge.
Feb 05 2005@ 10:00 PM
Feb 06 2005@ 01:00 AM

History Channel
Digging for the Truth
Nefertiti: The Mummy Returns

Queen Nefertiti was once the most beautiful and powerful woman in Egypt, renowned throughout the ancient world. But she vanished without a trace, lost to the sands of Egypt for more than 3,000 years. Only in the last century did archeologists discover that this legendary queen really lived at all. Since then, though, only fragments of her story have emerged. Host Josh Bernstein, an explorer and survival expert, is determined to put the pieces together and uncover the true story of Queen Nefertiti. Who was this mysterious woman? Why did she disappear? And can her mummy still be found today? To find out, he'll follow a trail of clues into Egypt's most sacred and secret places, exploring dark tombs and coming face-to-face with the truth of at least one ancient mummy's identity.
Saturday, February 12 @ 1pm ET/PT

Discovery Science Channel
Nubia: The Forgotten Kingdom

Archaeologists Julie Andersen and Salah Ahmed have discovered Dangeil, a 2,000-year-old Nubian city, a civilization that came to rival Egypt. Witness the dig to seek clues to the mystery of the departure of Dangeil's people.
Feb 15 2005@ 12:00 AM
Feb 15 2005@ 08:00 AM
Feb 15 2005@ 04:00 PM

Discovery Times Channel
Pyramids, Mummies and Tombs
Pyramid Builders
Discover the genius of a handful of men responsible for one of man's greatest achievements. Rulers like Egypt's Imhotep, China's Emperor Chin and Mayan ruler Yax K'uk Mo masterminded some of the most ambitious structures in history.
Feb 23 2005@ 09:00 PM
Feb 24 2005@ 12:00 AM
Feb 24 2005@ 05:00 AM
Feb 24 2005@ 08:00 AM
Feb 24 2005@ 01:00 PM
Feb 24 2005@ 04:00 PM

Ancient Apocalypse
Death on the Nile
The Egyptian Empire tottered as the monsoon failed and the desert moved in. Journey to the Giza pyramids in the remote deserts of southern Egypt and visit the archaeological excavation where newly discovered skeletons show that people here died in agony.
Feb 25 2005@ 08:00 PM
Feb 25 2005@ 11:00 PM
Feb 26 2005@ 04:00 AM
Feb 26 2005@ 07:00 AM
Feb 26 2005@ 12:00 PM
Feb 26 2005@ 03:00 PM


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2005 11:03 pm 
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Jeez! I need to get Discovery Times and the Science channels :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2005 9:30 am 
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*oh ntr! Neb has trasformed into a TV guide!* :roll:


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2005 10:01 am 
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Hr wsrt kAw nsw bity nb ir xt maatkara,

I post the monthly TV listing for all programs pertaining to Egypt in an attempt to help all members of our fine community here at KTO to not only hear from the mouths of the many experts in the field of our beloved science as they are interviewed on these documentaries, but also to pick up on bits and pieces of information or different theories or viewpoints that one might not get from reading a book by only one author on a particular topic. It may spark an interest in some to do more research on information that they were previously unaware of or to simple learn of the opposing views or theories from an authors work that one may have already read. ...or perhaps I am just a fanatic and have to watch and tape any and all things on Egypt and thought maybe there are other nuts like me in our group....Ha!


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2005 10:05 am 
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:( ...you misunderstood me, Neb!
I was just kidding..
It's like you've been smashing my face! :(


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2005 10:51 am 
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No no no maatkare!..I was also kidding! I purposely went on some 'wordy' rant like there was some higher purpose as to why I post the listings...and then told the real reason..because I am a Egyptomaniac and have to watch all the programs that air and thought maybe there are others here like this...ha.

I know you were only kidding with me! I'm sorry, I guess it's hard to tell someone's sense of humor or whether they are joking or not in a message board...c'mon you know me by now don't you.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2005 11:11 am 
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that's my punishment for being so sensitive.... :(

I'm glad you were joking too! :D
yes, I know you a little bit...but I thought I offended you somehow....I was feeling SO bad!
you should see me now...how silly I am!... :roll:

check my face!! :lol:


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