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|A BRIEF HISTORY OF ATLANTIS: PLATO'S IDEAL STATE||
The text book for the course is Kershaw, S.P., A Brief History of Atlantis: Plato's Ideal State, London: Robinson, 2016. It can be...
|Plato, Plato's 'Critias', Plato's 'Kritias', Plato's 'Timaeus', Plato's 'Timaios', Ancient Greek, Ancient history, Greek culture, Atlantis, Kershaw||view|
Typing ‘Atlantis’ into a web browser will bring up over 93 million results. This website, ‘Atlantipedia’, helps to narrow down the options and...
|Atlantis, Pseudoscience, Pseudoarchaeology, Plato||view|
|ATLANTIS AND THE NATIONS||
"The Athens and Atlantis of ancient lore represent the two faces of Plato’s own Athens. The former, the old primordial Athens, is what Plato would...
|Atlantis, Plato, Plato's 'Kritias', Plato's 'Timaeus', Plato's 'Timaios', Pseudoarchaeology, Pseudoscience||view|
[Plato, Timaeus 21e] Critias replied, ‘In Egypt, at the apex of the Delta, where the stream of the River Nile divides, there is an...
|Atlantis, Plato, Sais, Egypt, Solon, Herodotus, Critias, Timaeus, Archaeology, Pseudoarchaeology, Pseudoscience||view|
This website compiled by Thorwald C. Franke offers "approaches at an academic level towards Plato's Atlantis as a real place, along with a large...
|Atlantis, Pseudoarchaeology, Pseudoscience, Plato||view|
|ATLANTIS, PYTHGOREANISM AND STICHOMETRY||
By opening the Timaeus with the words, 'One, two, three...', Plato invited future commentators to speculate on the Pythagorean nature of his...
|Plato, Plato's 'Timaeus', Timaeus, Atlantis, Stichometry||view|
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Herodotus' History includes a memorable description of the city of Babylon, which may have had a considerable influence on Plato's...
|Atlantis, Plato, Babylon, Cuneiform, Historical Maps, Greek culture, Flood myths, Iraq, Ishtar Gate, Herodotus, Nebuchadnezzar II||view|
Having left Egypt, assuming he really went there, Herodotus probably travelled via Tyre to the River Euphrates and down to Babylon, from where he...
|Plato, Atlantis, Babylon, Flood myths, Ashurbanipal||view|
|ERYTHEIA: THE 'RED LAND'||
Erytheia, the sea-circled mythical ‘Red Land’ located out in the far west beyond the mighty earth-encircling river Oceanus, occassionally excites...
|Atlantis, Erytheia, Archaeology, Pseudoarchaeology, Pseudoscience||view|
|HELIKE (HELICE), 373 BCE||
Helice, a city on the Corinthian Gulf, was destroyed by a tsunami in 373 BC. This could have inspired Plato’s thinking regarding his Atlantis...
|Helice, Helike, Plato, Atlantis, Earthquakes, Tsunami||view|