Synopsys: The Emperor's Mummy / Death Of A Warrior James and Ken returns to Rio to investigate a 3.000 year old Egyptian sarcophagus in the National Museum. Experts think has never been opened. Can the Mis cconfirm that is the case and that the person inside was not switched in antiquity when it was common to re-use coffins - or much later, before it was given to the Emperor of Brazil in the nineteenth century? A Lost Queen? / Mummy Island In the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh lie the 3.500 year old remains of two ancient Egyptians from Qurneb an andult and a very child. It's unusual: even the kings of the time did not have burials so rich. Heayher and James travel to Scotland to investigate the clues from the grave. The adult is a young woman whose bones show signifiant lack of wear and tear. The Oldest Mummie In The World / Mummies Without A Home The Chinchorro mummies of Chile are the oldest ever found, the oldest beign over 9.000 years old. many of them are children but some are so small archeologists aren't sure if they are dolls, or statuettes, or if in fact they are real mummified babies. Tiffiny and Ken travel to Africa and Chile where the mummies are conserved to test wheter they are real mummified. Wrapped In Mystery? The Lost Viking In pre-Inca Peru, the most important civic centre was a place called Armatambo, home of the Ichma people. One of the magnificient old city. It's now a shanty town where ancient bones poke out of the ground. In the 15th century the Incas overwhelmed Armatanbo and subjugated the indigenious people. In a recent archaeological dig, 200 mummy bundles in burials from Ichma and Inca times were found.