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Ancient Egypt: A Mummy’s sarcophagus to be opened LIVE on TV

By April 6, 2019Blog, News
Black sarcophagus [:en] Discovery Channel is going to broadcast a two-hour special that will be presented by the “explorer” Josh Gates and his team. During that show, they plan to open a sarcophagus for the first time on live TV. And According to them, that sarcophagus could date back to the first Pharaohs around 3,100BC. But if we rely on Josh Gates’ previous work about Kemet that we analyzed in numerous posts, we will wait, because it is not always accurate. The team will navigate an underground network of tunnels and chambers where 40 mummies thought to have been members of the Kemetic nobility and elite were laid to rest. Nancy Daniels, Discovery’s chief brand officer, said: “This is Discovery at its best, as we seek to uncover the history that has been buried in the sands of Kemet for millennia.” She added: “I’m excited as Josh Gates takes us on one of his most ambitious expeditions yet.” Expedition Unknown: Egypt Live will be broadcast live in the US on April 7 – although it is unclear if there will be a UK showing. Too many questions already… Josh Gates will present the show with the help of the TV personality Chris Jacobs and the controversial but famous Egyptologist Dr. Zahi Hawass as well as Mostafa Waziri, Egypt’s secretary-general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities. Viewers will

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