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LOVED BY A KING. HATED BY AN EMPIRE. ERASED FROM HISTORY. SHE COULD BE THE BIGGEST FIND SINCE KING TUT. Has the famed Egyptian beauty, Queen Nefertiti, been found in a secret chamber deep in the Valley of the Kings? A Discovery Channel Quest expedition, led by Dr. Joann Fletcher and a team of internationally renown scientists from the University of York Mummy research Team, hopes to find out. If they're right, the finding will be one of the greatest archaeological discoveries since Nefertiti's stepson - King Tutankhamen - was discovered in 1922. "Great Royal Wife" of the "renegade" pharaoh Akhenaten, Nefertiti was a mother of six who helped lead a religious revolution that changed Egypt and the world forever. Yet after her death, her enemies destroyed all evidence of Nefertiti's life. Now, drawing on 13 years of research, Fletcher and her team bring Nefertiti's turbulent reign to life as never before using cutting-edge computer animations to recreate ancient Egypt's great temples; x-rays to reveal the telltale signs of foul play on her mummy; and forensic graphics to recreate the mummy's face. Have they found the ancient world's greatest beauty?
How refreshing it is to see from from this documentary-Nefertiti Resurrected, ancient Egyptians portrayed as they actually looked, more like black Africans. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Conal Bashiri Rose
Beautiful story. Took me back in time. Learned a lot.. All these people with negative feedback only here to criticize Dr Fletcher. Read morePublished 17 months ago by C. Stewart
This beautifully-narrated documentary follows Egyptologist Joann Fletcher as she tracks down the data that suggests one of the three mummies in the Valley of the Kings is the... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dennis Constant
This DVD does a beautiful job of bringing modern forensic science and snipets of ancient Egyptian history together in a very captivating story without shoving biased conclusions... Read morePublished on October 14, 2012 by Pumpkinhome
Arrogant and vicious Zahi Hawas chooses yet to trash any opinion that doesnt fit the general line he choosed. Read morePublished on June 24, 2009 by Gino Litvak
I have actually enjoyed it.
I guess we all look alike when we die.
I wonder where Akhenatens body is? Read more
This movie is another good forensic analysis and very poor historical bases by discovery channel; the first one was "Rameses: a wrath of God or man? Read morePublished on May 31, 2006 by Averroes