Lost Lands and Sunken Cities

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Fortean Tomes, 1987 - Extinct cities - 176 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
9
COASTAL CATACLYSMS
15
THE POWER OF THE SEA
23
Copyright

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Abergele acres Addanc ALDINGHAM ancient Anglesey Arianrhod Atlantis Basildon beach bells beneath the waves Blackpool Brighthelmstone Brighton Britain Caer Caer Arianrhod Cantref Cantref y Gwaelod Canute Canvey Island Cardigan Bay cataclysm catastrophe century church churchyard cliff coast coastal coastline Cornish Cornwall Cromer Dagenham Danthorpe deluge Deucalion drowned Dumnonia Dunwich Dwyfan earthquake Easington East East Anglia Enlil erosion estuary feet flood forest formerly Fortean Fortean Picture Library Foulness Island Gentleman's Magazine geomantic Goodwin Sands Gorleston Gradlon Greater London Council Gwyddno Garanhir Happisburgh Hornsea Hunstanton Hy-Brasil inundation Irish Sea island Isle James Churchward Kilnsea King King's Lynn Krakatoa Lancashire Land's End Leasowe Leasowe Castle legend Lincolnshire Llys Helig lost lands lost towns low tide Lowestoft Lowland Hundred Lyonesse Meaux Abbey megalithic Merionethshire Merseyside miles Mount's Bay NIGEL PENNICK Norse mythology North Sea Old Winchelsea Owthorne Pakefield parish Penmaenmawr port Priestholm Pwllheli Ragnarok Ravenser Odd Ravenspur recorded Reculver remains River River Conwy River Dee River Rother roads Roman sand sandbank Sarn Badrig Saxon Scilly Scilly Isles sea defences sea wall Seiriol Seithenyn Selsey Seven Stones Reef several ship shore Skegness spring tide Spurn Head St Michael's Mount stone storm submerged subsidence Sutton-on-Sea tale tidal tradition trees tsunami village Wales washed away Welsh Wirrall Wirrall Peninsula Withernsea wrote Yarmouth Zeno brothers

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