6.00 p.m. |HISTU| History's Mysteries: Ancient Monster Hunters
One-breasted female warriors; the one-eyed, man-eating Cyclops; the ferocious griffin, part bird, part lion. Were these creatures, celebrated by the ancient Greeks and immortalized by Homer, something more than myth? Join the hunt with some of today's leading paleontologists as we explore newly-translated evidence and examine remains that may link the Greek classical age with Earth's prehistoric past. New data suggests that the ancients searched for, excavated, measured, and displayed massive fossils.
9.00 p.m. |HISTC| Secret of the Snake Goddess
This archaeological detective thriller takes viewers from the island of Crete in the Mediterranean to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. Canadian archaeologist Alexander McGillivary discovered a 3500 a 3500 year old gold and ivory statuette of a male god. McGillivray’s investigation into the statuette challenges everything we thought to know about the mysterious Minoan civilization.
9.00 p.m. |HISTU| Ancient Discoveries: Ancient Computer?
NG = National Geographic
HISTU = History Channel (US)
HISTC = History Television (Canada)