Treasures of Egypt – National Geographic

In light of the historic events unfolding in Egypt, our partners over at National Geographic Channel present a week of programs – Treasures of Egypt – that spotlight the antiquities of one of mankind's most significant ancient cultures. Beginning tonight, Tuesday, February 22 and all week long at 8PM ET/PT, Treasures of Egypt will showcase five best of National Geographic Channel's Egypt programming, with newly produced segments to introduce the subjects of the shows within the context of recent events.

Treasures of Egypt Week:
February 22 at 8PM ET/PT Treasures of Egypt: Tut's Treasures
February 23 at 8PM ET/PT Treasures of Egypt: King Tut's Final Secrets
February 24 at 8PM ET/PT Treasures of Egypt: King Tut and the Lost Dynasty
February 25 at 8PM ET/PT The Real Cleopatra
February 26 at 8PM ET/PT Secrets of the Valley of the Kings

Treasures of Egypt will also include a marathon of shows on Saturday, February 26, starting at 2PM ET/PT through 8PM ET/PT:

Treasures of Egypt Marathon
Saturday, February 26 at 2PM ET/PT Treasures of Egypt: The Pyramid Code
Saturday, February 26 at 3PM ET/PT Treasures of Egypt: Secrets of the Sphinx
Saturday, February 26 at 4PM ET/PT Treasures of Egypt: The Real Ramses
Saturday, February 26 at 5PM ET/PT Treasures of Egypt: Alexander the Great's Lost Tomb
Saturday, February 26 at 6PM ET/PT Treasures of Egypt: The Scorpion King
Saturday, February 26 at 7PM ET/PT Treasures of Egypt: Mystery of the Screaming Man

Treasures of Egypt – National Geographic website

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