The Incas Remembered
Introduction by: Edwin Newman with Lucy Jarvis
Directed by: Peter Jarvis
Explore the mysteries of an advanced civilization’s disappearance
Centuries ago, they performed miraculously technical brain surgery, built modern irrigation canals, made agricultural discoveries still used by modern man, and were master builders…the stone village of Machu Picchu at 9,000 feet above sea level standing as the awe-inspiring monument to their genius. How did they get the stones up the mountain to construct this architectural marvel? They were the Incas, a wondrous people who once ruled half of South America before falling to the Spanish Conquistadors. Their miracles are presented in this engrossing special by award-winning filmmaker Lucy Jarvis in her fascinating exploration of "The Incas Remembered."
Discovering Machu Picchu
Modern Day Exploration