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Post by Redhead on 20.08.10 14:54

Has anyone been watching the show on the History Channel? Here in New York, the show comes on Wednesdays at 10:00 pm EST.

Last week, Hawass' team pulled up a 9 ton pylon from the Temple of Isis which is buried in Alexandria Harbor. It is theorized that Cleopatra is buried in the temple. I hope they try to find her tomb at some point and maybe more temple artifacts.

Anyway, I enjoy the show. Hawass is a crusty thing at times. Very entertaining. Have you been watching?
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Post by Divine 277 on 20.08.10 16:09

What is the name of the show ,and how do I get it ?
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Post by Redhead on 20.08.10 16:27

http://www.history.com/shows/chasing-mummies

Hi Divine,

I see you are in Norway. I think there may be a way for you to see the show on the internet. I will look around for you.

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Post by Redhead on 20.08.10 16:30

I hate to double post but I didn't see an edit button.

It looks like you can view the show on the link above. I'm not sure how up-to-date the uploads are. There have been 4 or 5 shows so far.

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Post by Daniel09 on 20.08.10 17:52

I love this show. It seems to really embody what Egyptology is all about, and who Hawass is in general.
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Post by Redhead on 20.08.10 22:40

Hi Daniel,

I can't tell you how thrilled I was when this show came to TV. I'd watched Zahi Hawass on special History programs and just loved him and his work.

I have one of Hawass' books, The Lost Tombs of Thebes: Life in Paradise. It's a tome and I haven't read it yet. I'm trying to read books on Egyptian magick as well. And Jung. And the Asetian Bible came today. study
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Post by Divine 277 on 21.08.10 1:45

Redhead wrote:I hate to double post but I didn't see an edit button.

It looks like you can view the show on the link above. I'm not sure how up-to-date the uploads are. There have been 4 or 5 shows so far.

K

Thank you very much, I rely appreciate it .

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Post by Daniel09 on 21.08.10 7:35

Redhead wrote:Hi Daniel,

I can't tell you how thrilled I was when this show came to TV. I'd watched Zahi Hawass on special History programs and just loved him and his work.

I have one of Hawass' books, The Lost Tombs of Thebes: Life in Paradise. It's a tome and I haven't read it yet. I'm trying to read books on Egyptian magick as well. And Jung. And the Asetian Bible came today. study

Good for you. Enjoy the text.
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