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This was before Adolf Schulten expressed a similar view. Published December 4, Published June 5, In she discovered a prehistoric water conduit, which solved the serious problem of supplying the local population. He had authored a number of books before the war and continued writing afterwards.

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Otto Jessen also believed that there had been a connection between Atlantis and Tartessos. He drew on the work of Adolf Schulten and Otto Jessen to support his conviction that the Scheria referred to by Homer was in fact Atlantis. In JuneA ntiquity Vol. Andis Kaulins has claimed that further south, in the same region, Carthage was possibly built on the remains of Tartessos, near the Pillars of Heracles j.

Full Cast and Crew. A mythical civilization, Tartessos, became the obsession of German historian Adolf Schulten, seeking his own private Troy in South region of Spain, a sort of Atlantis, origin of Europe and his dream as pioneer of a new science: Stavros Papamarinopoulos has added his authorative voice to the claim for an Andalusian Atlantis in a paper a delivered to the 12 th International Congress of the Geological Society of Greece.

El Gran Tour de Jorge Bonsor specifically focused on this pioneer of Archaeology that shared with Schulten the passion and campaigns in South Spain.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. After an unhappy sojourn in Russia the family returned to Riga, the Latvian capital and subsequently moved to Berlin. InProfessor Richard Freund of the University of Hartford garnered a lot of publicity when he visited the site and expressed the view that it was the location of Tartessos which he equates with Atlantis.


E rytheia is recorded by Hesiod 8 th cent. I have now published my new book, Joining The Dots, which offers a fresh look at the Atlantis mystery. Although this site is in Spanish, it is worthwhile using your Google translator to read an English version.

Inthe German researcher Fartessos Moritz Redslob carried out a study of everything available relating to Tartessos and concluded that the lost city had been the zdolf of Tortosa on the River Ebro situated near Tarragona in Catalonia. A ndalusia is the second largest of the seventeen autonomous communities of Spain.

Juan Fernandez y A mador de los R ios was a Spanish professor of geography and history who proposed Andalusia as the possible site of Tartessos which he equated with Atlantis as early as Schulten led the excavations of the Celtiberian city of Numantia and the Roman camps nearby schultrn in searched without success for the location of Tartessos.

A decade later Mrs E. Pherecydes of Athens 5 th cent.

The region attracted Atlantis seekers following the views of Juan Schu,ten Amador de los Rios published in He imagined an ideal civilization in the Andalusian Atlantic coastline, between East and West, the first city-state inhabited by peaceful, long-living people, with great culture, and ability for navigation, a set up mixing the Greek Atlantida and the American Eldorado.

A minority view is that Tarshish is related to Tarxien Tarshin in Schjlten, which, however, is located some miles inland with no connection to the sea. Cadiz is accepted to be a corruption of Gades that in turn is believed to have been named to after Gaderius.

Adolf Schulten the German archaeologist also spent a considerable time searching in the area during the first half of the 20 th century. Published June 8, Published May 31, Apart from her interest in history and archaeology, Whishaw also studied local folk arts, in particular embroidery.

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The idea received little support. He claimed to have demonstrated that the Atlantean kingdom of Gadeirus controlled Atlantic Spain during pre-Classical times.

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She lived in Niebla until her death, where she founded a small museum, which unfortunately shculten now rather neglected. Add the first question. Another unusual theory is offered by Luana Montewho has opted for Thera as Tartessos. Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Eighth Grade breakout star Elsie Fisher shares what it was like landing her first Golden Globe nomination. In spite of comments recently attributed to Professor Richard Freund bI have no evidence that Bonsor equated Tartessos with Atlantis as Schulten did. Schulten was born in ElberfeldRhine Provinceand received a doctorate in geology from the University of Bonn in Adolf Schulten 27 May — 19 March was a German historian and archaeologist. Mrs Whishaw devoted a considerable part of her life to the search for evidence of Atlantis in Andalusia and in particular around the town of Niebla and the city of Seville.

Albertson [ 13 0 ] uses the idea of an Atlantean Tartessos as a backdrop to the plot. A recent novel by C. Search for ” El Tartessos de Schulten: Himself Juan Campos Carrasco