Into the Great Pyramid (2002)

National Geographic

The Great Pyramid of Giza in a 19th century photo
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Into the Great Pyramid (2002)

Join archaeologist Zahi Hawass as he unravels the mystery of how the Great Pyramid of Giza was built and who executed the awe-inspiring enterprise. Witness the opening of a 4,500-year-old sarcophagus, the oldest ever found in Egypt.


Experience the thrill of discovery as archeologists pull back the veil of mystery that has cloaked Egypt's mighty pyramids for 45 centuries! Travel deep into the Great Pyramid to witness a remote controlled robot penetrate a mysterious shaft. Feel the anticipation and excitement as Egypt's oldest intact sarcophagus is unsealed on camera for the first time. And join researchers as they unearth fascinating new clues about the culture that built the pyramids-- and how they accomplished this epic engineering feat. You'll be amazed by what's uncovered-- as National Geographic presents INTO THE GREAT PYRAMID.

Product Information

Standard version

Run Time: Approx. 91 mins

Release Date: 2002

DVD Special Features

Interactive Pyramid Map

Ancient Egypt Time Line

Pyramid Quiz

Source: National Geographic


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