This film follows a transatlantic ship expedition from the Iberian Peninsula to South America. Professor Giffhorn’s theoretical chain of evidence and scenario of how the ancient exodus could have happened will now be put to the test in the very real environment of Brazil and Peru. Researchers and an extreme athlete are asked about their experiences in and views about these locations in order to consider the central question “Is it possible that America was already discovered in ancient times, 1,500 years before Columbus?
availablepublic11182365192815cove1118Carthage's Lost Warriors PreviewLearn if Carthaginians fleeing the conquering Romans may have taken refuge in S. America.In 146 BC, as the Romans conquered the vast Carthaginian Empire in North Africa, thousands of people fled their homeland. Now, science is suggesting some may have taken refuge thousands of miles away in South America. In addition to the scientific evidence, blonde, blue eyed indigenes suggest that contact with the West occurred long before Columbus arrived.2014-04-02 21:00publishdisabledshowfalse3979New York City's First Free Black Communities: Seneca VillageA closer look at the history and legacy of Seneca Village, Manhattan2018-10-16 21:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/secrets/files/2018/10/Screen-Shot-2018-10-16-at-5.04.34-PM-480x270.png3017400924cove3972New York City's First Free Black Communities: NewtownA closer look at the history and legacy of Newtown, Queens.2018-10-03 21:00http://www.pbs.org/wnet/secrets/files/2018/10/Screen-Shot-2018-10-09-at-9.43.30-AM-480x270.png3017124261cove