7 Shows Like Ancient Apocalypse You Must See

7 Shows Like Ancient Apocalypse You Must See

Movies/TV Series 7 shows like Ancient Apocalypse you must see

The Netflix series Ancient Apocalypse is a captivating docu-series that follows journalist and author Graham Hancock as he explores various prehistoric sites around the world. The series challenges our notion of prehistory and shatters ancient archaeological beliefs with findings suggesting that humans have formed civilizations and built structures since the last Ice Age. Also, Graham Hancock’s theories of prehistory have been the subject of much controversy and debate over the years, making the conclusions he draws even more interesting. As Ancient Apocalypse takes viewers on an incredible journey to eight different archeological sites around the world, viewers are sure to be left wanting more by the end. Don’t worry because we’ve compiled a list of seven equally fascinating shows that will quench your thirst for the mysteries of our past.

1. America Unearthed (2012 – 2019)

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The exciting archaeological series America Unearthed follows forensic geologist Scott Wolter as he tries to uncover ancient sites and mysterious artifacts across the United States. Scott’s journey has taken him from exploring Mayan mysteries in rural Georgia to the remains of a supposed Norse giant in Minnesota, an exhilarating hunt for the Holy Grail and a treasure hunt in the Grand Canyon. In addition, Scott uses both scientific and intuitive theories to investigate ancient mysteries, unsolved cases, myths and legends. Scott’s methodology and investigations are scientifically based and closely resemble the way Graham Hancock tries to explain his findings, making this show a must-watch for Ancient Apocalypse fans.

2. Ancient Worlds (2010)

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Adapted from Ancient Apocalypse, BBC’s Ancient Worlds follows historian, archaeologist and academic Richard Miles as he attempts to travel the world to trace the development of western civilisation. His travels not only take him to the historic lands of Rome and Spain, but also to Pakistan, Egypt and the Middle East, where he traces the development of humankind from ancient civilizations like the Mesopotamians to historical giants like the Romans and Carthaginians. However, rather than relying solely on science and technology to substantiate his findings, Richard delves deeply into the culture, politics, and religions of each civilization and traces a history of modern human life.

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3. The Celts: Blood, Iron and Sacrifice (2015)

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The early Celtic civilization and the question of how people came to unite several tribes under a single flag have long been shrouded in mystery. Best known for their warfare and bravery, historians have always been fascinated by the rich Celtic culture and its influence, which can still be felt today. The Celts: Blood, Iron, and Sacrifice attempts to unravel the mystery by following professor Alice Roberts and archaeologist Neil Oliver as they tour sites and examine artifacts related to Celtic culture accompanied. In addition to delving into the origins of civilization, the series also deepens the relationship between the Celts and the Romans, even using dramatic staging to explain key events in Celtic history. Similar to Ancient Apocalypse, The Celts: Blood, Iron, and Sacrifice is an authentic glimpse into the past and offers a compelling sight.

4. Mummy Hunt (2010)

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The Egyptian civilization is considered one of the most developed ancient civilizations and holds countless mysteries and mysteries unknown to mankind. While many have devoted their lives to studying the Egyptians and the pyramids, popular films and fictional television shows have adapted their own versions of the facts, leaving viewers eagerly awaiting the truth. The History Channel’s Chasing Mummies seeks to satisfy this quest for truth by featuring renowned archaeologist Dr. Zahi Hawass as he works at 250 archaeological sites across Egypt. Each dig site reveals a new secret or artifact to be discovered, and Dr. Zahi explains his findings in a fascinating way that will captivate all archeology lovers.

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5. Forbidden History (2013 – 2020)

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While Ancient Apocalypse attempts to explore ancient human civilizations, their culture and architecture, Forbidden History is an exciting docu-series that attempts to draw the line between myth and real life. The show follows TV host and actor Jamie Theakston as he borrows myths and legends from history, tracing them back to their origins to test their validity. Jamie’s travels take him to different corners of the world exploring lost temples, searching for hidden treasure and even investigating the source behind mysterious books. Plus, modern-day fans will find this series all the more compelling as it takes viewers in search of the truth through rumored top-secret CIA programs and secret Nazi propaganda.

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6. The Mysteries of the Saqqara Tomb (2020)

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The Netflix film Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb is an eye-opening documentary that delves into the mysteries of ancient Egyptian civilization, taking viewers to a tomb in the Saqqara necropolis that has been kept from human contact for 4,400 years. The documentary accompanies the Egyptologist Mohammad Yousef and his team on their way into the huge structure and on exploring the labyrinth of passages, tombs and shafts. As they delve deeper into the tomb, what previously seemed a myth becomes reality, and eventually the team even come across several perfectly preserved mummies, including that of a lion cub.

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7. Lost Cities with Albert Lin (2019)

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The National Geographic Channel’s Lost Cities with Albert Lin follows award-winning scientist, National Geographic explorer, technologist and adventurer Albert Lin as he braves all odds to discover cities lost to mankind for thousands of years. Albert leaves no stone unturned in his excavations, using not only a team of top archaeologists, but also modern equipment such as lidar, 3D scanners and ground-penetrating radar, in hopes of making the discovery of a lifetime. Albert’s travels take him to numerous locations around the world, including the jungles of Colombia, the historic city of Acre in Israel and the Peruvian Andes. It is fascinating to see how much preparation, study and knowledge goes into each dig.

Kin 13/11/2022

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