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Secrets of Lost Empires 
Travel to five archaeological sites with NOVA and their teams of experts. The ancients left us many puzzles, not the least of which is how they managed such huge construction projects as Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid using their primitive technology. Some find it most plausible that they had help from benevolent aliens, but Nova sent teams of clever engineers and archaeologists to Egypt, Britain, Rome, and Peru to explore the possibility that ingenuity and muscle power were all it took to build these eternal monuments.
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Fall of the Aztec and Maya Empires (1999) 
When Europe was in the Dark Ages, great cities were flourishing in Central America. This video
explores how the Aztec and Mayan empires rose to startling heights and then mysteriously
collapsed. When the Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés landed in 1519 in what is today Mexico,
he and his soldiers were dumbfounded by the large cities they encountered. Using innovative
computer graphics, this video shows what the great Aztec urban centers might have looked like
when Cortés and his men first saw them.
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Nova - Secrets of Lost Empires: Obelisk (1997)
Egypt is the spawning ground of mystery. How, for example, did they erect their massive obelisks,
shaped like our own Washington Monument and weighing up to 400 tons, without the benefit of
modern engineering? In Nova's Secrets of Lost Empires: Obelisk, part of the Secrets of Lost
Empires series, we see many ideas tested using only ancient Egyptian technology.
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Nova - Secrets of Lost Empires: Colosseum (1997)
Ancient Romans flocked to this massive amphitheater by the tens of thousands, eagerly awaiting a
bloody spectacle of man or beast. As each gory show played on, the audience was sure to stay cool and calm, thanks to a billowing canopy that protected them from the blazing Mediterranean sun. 
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Nova - Secrets of Lost Empires: Inca (1997) 
Secrets of Lost Empire series, sent a team of experts to Peru to test hypotheses by building smaller structures using only Incan engineering, as well as by watching modern natives build enormous suspension bridges out of nothing but grass. It's hard work, but perseverance is the key. 
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Nova - Secrets of Lost Empires: Stonehenge (1997) 
Ancient calendar? Temple? Practical joke? Stonehenge has mystified and delighted us for thousands of years, but hasn't yielded its secrets, like how 40-ton stones found their way over 20 miles to
positions which predict celestial events. 
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Nova - Secrets of Lost Empires: Pyramid (1997) 
Towering over the Giza plateau, the Great Pyramid stands in testimony to one of the world's most
unfathomable feats of engineering, and cooperation. Built over 4,000 years ago, the stupendous
structure marks the effort of tens of thousands of workers who, over some 23 years, cut, raised,
and precisely placed its two million blocks of heavy stone. 
Secrets of Lost Empires Gift Set (1997)
Archaeology: Mysteries of the Holy Land (1994) 
Incredible Discovery of Noah's (1994) 
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