The Lost pharaoh: the search for Akhenaten

Canada, 1980

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The fascinating story of an ancient Pharaoh and the archaeological sleuthing which went into piecing together information about his life. An accidental discovery in 1975 by Canadian archaeologist Dr. Donald Redford and his team led to the uncovering of the foundation of one of Akhenaten’s temples. Commentary and narration by Donald Brittain.

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