Unlike most great people from history, you can actually still look into the faces of some of the Pharaohs. At the Egyptian Museum of Civilisation, 22 mummies occupy a sanctified space, and represent over 3,000 years of recorded history. One of the most memorable is Tuthmosis III - while he was alive, his eyes looked out over the apex of Ancient Egyptian culture and power... and under his rule, they built the greatest temples, expanded the territory, and established a pantheon of gods.

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18.10.22 Pt 2 - Lebang recently discovered some interesting facts about her grandfather, which leads to a discussion about whether greatness is passed down though bloodlines. Plus, a new episode of Blind History.

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