Disney has announced that the latest season of the National Geographic documentary series, “Lost Treasures of Egypt” is coming to Disney+ in the United States on Wednesday, 4th January 2023.

An immersive, action-packed series follows international teams of Egyptologists as they unearth the world’s richest seam of ancient archaeology — Lost Treasures of Egypt. Through excavations and unprecedented access to the teams on the front line of archaeology, we follow these modern-day explorers as they battle searing heat and inhospitable terrain to make the discoveries of a lifetime.

The fourth season consists of eight episodes:

Episode one — Tutankhamun’s Death

Was Tutankhamun murdered? Egyptologist Aliaa Ismail looks into the circumstance’s surrounding his death and experts unearth the find of the season from the era after the boy King’s death. Plus they make a shocking discovery that could explain more about why ancient Egyptians often died so young.

Episode two — Secrets Of the Nile

The mighty Nile is the subject of this episode as the experts explore how the river transformed ancient Egypt. They also unlock a magnificent 4000-year-old tomb cut into the banks of the Nile.

Episode three — Ramses: Egypt’s Greatest Dynasty

Egyptologists believe they’ve found an amazing tomb from the time of Ramses. Plus in the tomb of Ramses’ architect, the team discovers a burial chamber piled high with ancient mummies.

Episode four — Mummy Hunters

If there’s one thing everyone knows about ancient Egypt it’s mummies. Here the experts hint for clues on how the Royal mummies have survived in such good condition.

Episode five — Secrets Of The Lost Pyramids

Among the gems in this episode is an excavation of the long-lost tomb of pharaoh Sahure — Egypt’s only pyramid tomb yet to be explored.

Episode six — Alexander The Great

The episode explores how Alexander became pharaoh. Plus the team uncovers a unique catacomb that reveals the legacy of Alexander’s reign.

Episode seven — Rise of Cleopatra

Among the highlights is a search for Cleopatra’s lost Tomb and an investigation into how she exploited religion to achieve her goals.

Episode eight — Rise of the Pyramids

Experts launch a bid to find the first true period and uncover the world’s oldest industrial-scale brewery which made the pyramids possible.

“Lost Treasures of Egypt” is produced for National Geographic by Windfall Films. For Windfall Films (Part of the Argonon Group), Tom Cook is Series Producer and Dan Kendall and John Fothergill are the Executive Producers.

The fourth season has recently aired on the National Geographic channel and the previous seasons are also available to watch on Disney+ now.

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