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Blowing Up History season 3 episodes list:
When Trelleborg, a mysterious Viking fortress lost underground for over a thousand years, is discovered in Denmark, archaeologists investigate its buried treasures to reveal why it was built and what caused the end of this fearsome civilization.
Experts uncover evidence of human sacrifice and strange rituals at an ancient city lost in the desert for 5,000 years; new discoveries reveal that the people who lived there may have been the first civilization of the Americas.
A mysterious city in ancient Egypt is the home of the Valley of the Kings and grand temples, and new discoveries reveal how they were built and if the god the pharaohs worshiped here helped them rise to power.
The Statue of Liberty is the home to dark American mysteries, and today, experts are using the latest science and technology to reveal her secrets and discover the inspiration for this modern marvel.
A mysterious ruined city in Greece is the home of the mythical Labyrinth and the Minotaur, and its catastrophic downfall might have inspired the legend of Atlantis; new discoveries at this site reveal a truth stranger than fiction.
The mysterious statues of Easter Island were built by one of the world’s strangest and most isolated civilizations, and today, new evidence reveals why they were built and what caused Easter Island’s sudden downfall.
New evidence gives rise to speculation over whether Attila the Hun, one of history's fiercest warriors, played a role in the downfall of the Roman Empire by waging a campaign of terror.
One third of the doomed Roman city of Pompeii has remained untouched ever since its discovery. Now archaeologists are finally digging inside this mysterious sector. New discoveries reveal the horror of the cataclysm that wiped out this metropolis. Can archaeologists answer some of Pompeii’s most enduring mysteries: who founded this city and why did they build it in the blast zone of mainland Europe’s most active volcano?