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PostPosted: Thu Jun 02, 2005 11:43 pm 
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Friday, June 3
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Ancient Egyptians: The Battle of Megiddo (2003)
Discovery Times (DTIMES) (271)

The young, inexperienced pharaoh Thutmosis III faces a rebel uprising, culminating in the battle of Megiddo, where conscripted Egyptian forces fight a large Syrian army.

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Times:
6/3 - 4pm & 8pm
6/4 - 12am & 4am & 8am & 12pm


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Ancient Egyptians: Tomb Robbers (2003)
Discovery Times (DTIMES) (271)

A tomb-robbing scandal rocks ancient Thebes, pitting rival mayors from the east and west of the city against each other and implicating highly-placed officials.

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Times:
6/3 - 5pm & 9pm
6/4 - 1am & 5am & 9am & 1pm


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Ancient Egyptians: Priests of Amun (2003)
Discovery Times (DTIMES) (271)

An ancient papyrus document reveals a tale of high politics, jealousy, and tragedy that ends with the deaths of two young boys.

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Times:
6/3 - 6pm & 10pm
6/4 - 2am & 6am & 10am & 2pm


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Ancient Egyptians: The Cult of the Apis Bull (2003)
Discovery Times (DTIMES) (271)

Profiling two young women who become enmeshed in the cult of the Apis Bull.

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Times:
6/3 - 7pm & 11pm
6/4 - 3am & 7am & 11am & 3pm


Sunday, June 5
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Expedition Egypt: Cradle of Religion (2002)
Biography Channel (275)

A history of religion in Egypt. Included: early polytheism; the establishment of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

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Times:
6/5 - 7am


Monday, June 6
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Digging for the Truth: Nefertiti: The Mummy Returns (2005)
History Channel (37)

Mysteries surrounding the Egyptian queen Nefertiti are explored during a trip to Egypt.

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Times:
6/6 - 9pm
6/7 - 1am
6/11 - 1pm


Tuesday, June 7
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Must-See Egypt (2002)
Travel Channel (65)

Highlights include the Great Pyramid and the Valley of the Kings.

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Times:
6/7 - 2pm


Wednesday, June 8
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Science Wonders: Secrets of Ancient Egypt
Science Channel (SCICH) (272)

The construction of Egypt's Cheops pyramid is examined.

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Times:
6/8 - 5pm & 8pm
6/9 - 1am & 4am & 9am & 12pm


Thursday, June 9
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Egypt's Warrior King (2005)
National Geographic Channel (NGC) (273)

Modern forensics shed new light on the lives of ancient Egyptians.

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Times:
6/9 - 1pm


Last edited by Ramsekh on Mon Jun 06, 2005 2:59 am, edited 1 time in total.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2005 3:48 am 
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The ancient Egyptians series is really quite good, I have it on DVD. I am sure i've said this all before but the best ones are the one on the Apis bull, the one about the tomb robbers was also quite good and the one about the murder in the temple is also quite good, in all of them you get some good reconstructions of things which makes them worth watching.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2005 11:38 am 
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I saw the "Tomb Robbers" and "Priests of Amun" ones. VERY inspiring! :D


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 04, 2005 1:05 pm 
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Sunday the 5th Cleopatra 1:35 am EST on FMC also on E-Love on the 8th at 5 am and the 11th at 6:20 am

Napoleon on Monday the 6th at 8 am and 2 pm on the Biography channel

on the 7th Ancient Sites brought to life on the Travel Channel at 4pm

on the 12th: Eternal Egypt at 7pm on the History channel also Time Machine: Heron of Alexandria at 6pm on the History Channel.

on the 17th: Time Machine (forgot the name but diff from previous) at 10 am and 4 pm on the History Channel and Modern Marvels: Egyptian Pyramids at 1 and 7 pm on the history channel

the 22nd: Pyramids are Everywhere 8pm and 11 pm on Discovery times channel.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 04, 2005 7:29 pm 
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and another one ;)

Lost Temple of the Gods.... on right now and again tom. Sunday the 7th at 6 am 2 pm and 5 pm (all Eastern times) on the Science Channel


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 04, 2005 7:43 pm 
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Mary, Sunday is the 5th, Tuesday is the 7th. :)

I'm not in a very good mood :( I lost track of time yesterday and missed every Ancient Egyptians program. I wanna cry. Not really.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2005 5:33 am 
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OOPS :oops: I was typing pretty fast. I too missed alot yesterday, I had a root canal done on Thursday and it has been giving me problems and I wasn't in the mood to do much... I get to go back in tom. morning and let them hurt me some more :( I REALLY DO feel like crying


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2005 2:42 pm 
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I get two teeth pulled on the 7th. I'm actually rather excited! Hope you feel better, Mary!


Back on topic, :lol:

Tuesday, June 7
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Walking Across Egypt (2000)
FLIXw (586)

An elderly widow (Ellen Burstyn) befriends an orphaned juvenile delinquent (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) who plans to con her.

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Times:
6/7 - 10:05am
6/18 - 8:30am



Thursday, June 9
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Wood Works
DIY (Do It Yourself Network) (204)

How to make a contemporary bookcase that features Egyptian accents.

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Times:
6/9 - 5am


Friday, June 10
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World: Birthright
TNT (54)

Challenger, Marguerite, and Malone encounter a member of Egyptian royalty buried by his sister, a rival for the throne. Meanwhile, Summerlee tries to escape a rampaging T-Rex, which thinks the professor killed her child.

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Times:
6/10 - 6am


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Animated Tales of the World: Crown and the Scepter;Redhill (2002)

The relationship between a beggar and a grouchy merchant is followed in "The Crown and the Scepter," from Egypt.
Also: "Redhill," from Singapore, tells the story of a boy who prevents a fight between a fish and a king.

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Times:
6/10 - 11:15am(on HBOFe - 556) & 2:15pm(on HBOFw - 557)
6/11 - 2:35pm(on HBOFe - 556) & 5:35pm(on HBOFw - 557)


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Death on the Nile

Egyptian locations enhance this Agatha Christie whodunit.

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Times:
6/10 - 4:30am(HBO2e - 552) & 7:30am(HBO2w - 553)

Run time: 140 minutes


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Weird Travels
Travel Channel (65)

In Memphis, an Egyptian curse still casts a spell on the city; in western North Carolina, strange creatures lurk near the Graystone Cabins. Also: a haunted steamboat in New Orleans.

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Times:
6/10 - 5pm & 8pm
6/11 - 6am


Sunday, June 12
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Expedition Egypt: Curse of King Tut
Biography Channel (275)

King Tutankhamen's tomb, discovered in 1922, and whether it awoke a curse placed by the ancient Egyptians to protect the sanctity of the dead.

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Times:
6/12 - 7am

Run time: 60 minutes


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Search for Eternal Egypt (2005)
History Channel (37)

Recalling the history of Egyptology over the past 200 years, the development of techniques and tools and the most important discoveries. Included: a profile of archaeologist Flinders Petrie (1853-1942); the discovery of King Tut's tomb in 1922.

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Times:
6/12 - 7pm

Run time: 60 minutes


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2005 8:34 pm 
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to make it easier on all of us, I set up a calendar for us.... any one of us can add events (or shows in our case) so that we can see what is on daily. I will spend some time tomorrow or Tuesday adding all that are in this thread already.... or any of ya'll can help if you want ;) PS let's keep all times Eastern

the addy is: http://my.calendars.net/kto

If you guys don't think this is a good idea, let me know!

PS Ram... in your last post.. what channels are some of these on?


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 2:54 am 
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Sorry about that. Slipped out of my mind I guess. I edited them. I even added the number it shows up in my area in case they're close to someone else's.


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