The Adventurers: The Everlasting Oasis

For 400,000 years, a remote Egyptian oasis has been inhabited by waves of people – from stone age man to modern-day Muslims. Egyptologist Tony Mills and his team are unearthing artifacts and examining skeletal remains of “the other Egypt,” far away from the pyramids and the Nile. The sands surrounding the Dakhleh Oasis conceal mysteries of life dating back long before recorded history – back before the Sahara Desert even existed.

(Part 2 of 4)


Director Andrew Gregg 

    • Best Documentary Series, 2009 Gemini Award
    • History & Society finalist, 2009 New York TV Programming & Promotions Festival