Lost Kingdoms Of Central America

December 2016
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S1 Ep4 - The Place Where Time Began

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The Place Where Time Began - Dr Jago Cooper explores the ancient civilisation of Teotihuacan that exploded into a position of dominance in the ancient Americas almost two thousand years ago. For hundreds of years this great city state was the biggest in the New World. Its rulers built monumental pyramids and temples and then went on to build a vast empire that was maintained through force. Yet the identity of the people who led this civilisation remains a mystery. (Part 4 of 4) (From the UK) (D...
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S1 Ep3 - Between Oceans And Empires

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Between Oceans And Empires - Dr Jago Cooper explores the forgotten people of ancient Costa Rica, who built a series of spectacular settlements amongst the rivers and volcanoes of Central America, and whose enigmatic legacy - including hundreds of mysterious, giant, stone spheres - is only now being unraveled by archaeologists. (Part 3 of 4) (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC
November 2016
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S1 Ep2 - The People Who Greeted Columbus

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The People Who Greeted Columbus - The Taino people of the Caribbean were the first people of the Americas to greet Christopher Columbus. But as Dr Jago Cooper reveals, the Taino had an amazing multicultural society complete with drug infused rituals, strange skulls and amazing navigation. In deep caverns and turquoise seas Jago uncovers their hidden history. (From the UK) (Documentary) (Archaeology) PG CC
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S1 Ep1 - Kingdom Of The Jaguar

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Kingdom Of The Jaguar - Dr Jago Cooper explores the rise and fall of the forgotten civilisations of Central America, including the Aztec cultures of Olmec, including Taino in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, Teotihuacan in Mexico, Guayabo in Costa Rica, Matagalpa in Nicaragua and Joya de Ceren In El Salvador. Dr Jago Cooper begins by journeying through southern Mexico to investigate the rise and fall of America's oldest civilisation, the Olmec, who thrived over 3,000 years ago. He encoun...
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