Production info

Afterlife and Death
Canada, 1999  TV  

TV-series Relic Hunter

Tia Carrere, Christien Anholt, Lindy Booth
Directed by Don McCutcheon

  

Sydney and Nigel go to Cairo to chase down the real tomb raider, when Sydney's old friend Bruce Farrow is framed for plundering the tomb of Thutmose III and pocketing the pharaoh's diamond. The theft of the gem, believed to have fallen from the sky inside a meteor, lures mercenary Avery Ko, a rival Relic Hunter, from the shadows. The trail leads to Amsterdam, where the stone is to be cut and sold. Sydney, Nigel and Bruce discover that the rock is not a diamond, and if cut by laser, will unleash a force that could cause major destruction like the tomb's hieroglyphs described.

Episode 13 of the Relic Hunter tv-series. In this series box office superstar Tia Carrere leads the hunt for the world's most fabled lost treasures and rare stolen artifacts. Several episodes that deal with ancient Egyptian objects are listed on this site. The two episodes 13 "Afterlife and Death" and 14 "Nine Lives" were in 2005 released together on a single DVD under the title "Mummy's Curse".


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