Archaeologist Pepi Papakosta is on a mission to find Alexander the Great’s lost tomb. Excavating in a public garden in the center of Alexandria, Egypt, the city he founded 2,300 years ago, she has discovered a rare marble statue of Alexander, Greek treasures and secret tunnels. But Pepi’s biggest find is an extraordinary discovery even she was not expecting.
Produced by Blakeway Productions for National Geographic, Past Preservers provided Expert Presenter Classical Archaeologist, Dr. Maria Nilsson.
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macedonian NOT GREEK! stop distorting the truth you half breeds
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I really enjoyed this from beginning to end history at its best
Very well done documentary.
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