Mummies: Secrets of the Past follows researchers and explorers as they piece together the archaeological and genetic clues of Egyptian mummies. These relics of the past create a window into the fascinating and mysterious world of the pharaohs. In addition to increasing our understanding of the culture, religion, medicine, and daily life thousands of years ago, scientists today are reconstructing mummy DNA and deciphering ancient texts to gain insight into modern human genetics and advance medical treatments. To unwrap the secrets of the pharaohs is to perhaps glimpse the future of our own civilization. Narrated by actor Christopher Lee , Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs explores the mysterious world of ancient Egypt through the fabric of its ancient mummies.
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I found this to be surprisingly disappointing. The production qualities were excellent, but lack of depth, and the fact it was only 39 minutes long, felt like only half a story. It felt like an extended trailer, with large parts of the story glossed over. It's a shame to admit you'd be better off watching a number of shows about the Egyptians on the Discovery and National Geographic channels.
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