Atlantis Encyclopediaby Frank Joseph, Brad Steiger (Foreword by)
This is an invaluable, one-of-a-kind reference. Unlike most other books on the subject, The Atlantis Encyclopedia offers fewer theories and more facts. Although it does not set out to prove the sunken capital actually existed, The Atlantis Encyclopedia musters so much evidence on its behalf, even skeptics may conclude that there must be at least something factual behind such an enduring, indeed global legend. It addresses such topics as: What was Atlantis? Where was it located? How long ago did it flourish? How was it destroyed? What became of its survivors? Have any remains of Atlantis ever been found? Will Atlantis ever be found? Did Atlantis have any impact on America?
Since 1993, Frank Joseph has been the editor in chief of Ancient American, a popular science magazine describing overseas visitors to our continent centuries before the arrival of Columbus. Joseph's dozen books on history and metaphysics have been published in many foreign language editions around the world. Joseph participated in diving expeditions to the Bahamas, the Yucatan, the Canary Islands, the Aegean Sea, and the Pacific Ocean. Decades of these on-site explorations were combined with research in the libraries of the world and the shared wisdom of devoted colleagues to produce this unique volume.
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