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The Atlantis: Myths, Legends, and History

Author Name: Golu Kumar | Format: Paperback | Genre : Letters & Essays | Other Details

In his Timaeus and Critias, Plato first refers to the mythological metropolis of Atlantis. Despite being primarily thought to be a myth, Atlantis has appeared in literature and has survived the years. Over time, the tale developed into a legend that finally drew people to explore this historic city to determine whether Plato's allusions were true or just allegory. The different reasons against and in favor of Atlantis' existence, as well as the various hypotheses regarding its location, the reason it vanished, and the civilization thought to have existed on this island, are all covered in this book.  You will also learn about the various conjectures regarding the legend of Atlantis and the alleged islands that this ancient civilization left behind. You will discover how Plato's descriptions of Atlantis have been used as a literal road map to locate this utopian society.

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