Archaeologists investigate whether the Bronze Age city of Tell el-Hammam in modern Jordan is the Biblical city of Sodom. Their findings suggest that the site was destroyed by a devastating event and remained uninhabited for centuries.
A look at what life was like in the last days of Doggerland and how its inhabitants adapted and survived when their world sank into the waves.
On a winter night in 373BC, the Greek city of Helike disappears. Ancient authors describe a city being swallowed by a tsunami. Its location remains unknown and is one of the great archaeological mysteries.
Archaeologists search the deserts of the Middle East for information on how the Akkadians were able to become so powerful and why their empire fell.
Around 1200 BC, the cultures of the Bronze Age perish. However, the ruins of these empires contain clues regarding their demise. Archaeological evidence points to a series of incursions from the sea which razed entire cities to the ground.
Archaeologists search the rainforests of Central America for clues that could explain the spectacular collapse of the Mayan culture.
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