The flood from heaven: deciphering the Atlantis legend
A geoarchaeologist compiles the results of his fieldwork in the Mediterranean to reveal the true nature of Plato's story of Atlantis and to disclose the location of the legendary continent believed to have been drowned in the ocean. 20,000 first printing.
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PLATOS ATLANTIS ACCOUNT
THE ANATOMY OF THE ATLANTIS ACCOUNT
THE ANCIENT AEGEAN
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Achaean Acropolis Aegean alluvial ancient archaeological Argive Plain Argolid artificial Athenian Athens Atlanteans Atlantis account Atlantis legend Attika Bežik Bay Black Sea Blegen canal catastrophes century b.C. channels circle citadel civilization coastal Crete Critias culture demise described destruction earth earthquakes eastern Mediterranean Egypt Egyptian excavations existed flood Forchhammer gods Greece Greek harbor Heinrich Schliemann Hermocrates Hisarhk Homer Iliad Ilion island kings knowledge land landscape Late Bronze Age later laws legendary lower town Luce mainland metal miles Minoan Moreover mountains Mycenae Mycenaean natural occurred ocean Odysseus orichalcum palace Phaeacians pillars of Heracles Plato Poseidon prehistoric priest Pylos rest river round royal Scamander Scheria Schliemann scientific ships side Sigeum Simois soil Solon stades story of Atlantis Strabo Straits streams tablets Taylor temple Timaeus Timaeus and Critias tion Tiryns traditions trench trilogy Trojan Plain Troy walls whole Zangger