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ma 05.20 Muinaiset salaiset kansiot Mary Magdalene has long been known as a repentant sinner, a saint, and perhaps most importantly, the witness to the resurrection. But author Margaret Starbird believes that she was also Jesus' wife, mother of his child and victim of the biggest conspiracy in history. In this television exclusive she examines what some have claimed could be one of the earliest Christian artefacts ever discovered and untangles a riddle that she believes reveals the truth about this mysterious woman from the bible.
ti 05.20 Muinaiset salaiset kansiot In eastern Turkey is an archaeological site that has the potential to change academic thinking of the dawn of civilisation. Gobekli Tepe is a series of giant standing stones constructed some 12,000 years ago. They defy explanation as they predate any known civilisation with the knowledge to create such a thing. Man at that time is believed to have been hunter gathering, but the stones are covered with intricately detailed carvings, and demonstrate an unexplainable level of organization. Could they represent the beginnings of the first civilised society and the birth of religion? Also in this episode, brutally maimed bodies discovered in the muddy landscape of Ireland.
ke 05.20 Muinaiset salaiset kansiot Every year millions of Christians take the pilgrimage to Jerusalem. They come to follow the Passion, the final steps of Jesus on his way to his death on the cross. Now one archaeologist claims they are worshipping at the wrong sites. He has tracked down crucifixion artifacts from the time of Christ and has been given unprecedented access to the most important shrine in Christendom - the place of the crucifixion. He believes he has discovered archaeological evidence that not only pin points the true locations but also provides fresh insights into the Passion of Jesus Christ.
to 05.20 Muinaiset salaiset kansiot Guillermo de Anda, an underwater archaeologist, follows a trail of evidence across Mexico and Guatemala in search of the Maya underworld--Xibalba. Investigating both ancient myths and recent archaeological discoveries, de Anda discovers bones in deep underwater caves, evidence of ritual human sacrifice and legends of a harrowing journey. As he prepares for a final dive in a deep cave in Mexico, can his search have led him to the entrance to Xibalba?
pe 05.20 Muinaiset salaiset kansiot The story of Noah's Flood washing away everything in its deadly path is not just an Old Testament tale. As well as the Bible and the Quran, similar flood stories appear in ancient cultures around the world. For centuries experts have wondered if the ubiquity of the story could be evidence of a real flood. Now new archaeological evidence unearthed in Bulgaria, Eastern Europe, may reveal not only where the Great Flood happened, but what caused it. Also in this episode, scattered around Scotland are ancient standing stones, inscribed with mysterious markings and symbols. Dr. Rob Lee, a scientist at Exeter University, believes he may have cracked their code and could be on the brink of revealing the language and secrets of an ancient civilization.