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Andalusia has been identified by a number of investigators as the home of Atlantis. Search for ” El Tartessos de Schulten: Edit Did You Know? InWerner Wickboldta German teacher, declared that he had examined satellite photos of this region and detected structures that very closely resemble those described by Plato in Atlantis.
Apart from her interest in history and archaeology, Whishaw also studied local folk arts, in particular embroidery. Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options.
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. Published May 27, Whishawwchulten studied in the area for 25 years at the beginning of the 20th century, believed that Tartessos was just a colony of Atlantis.
The Sierra Morena to the north of Andalusia do not fit this description. University of Bonn University of Erlangen. Tagged Adolf SchultenAndalusiaE. Zhirov remarked, an equally long list of discrepancies could taetessos compiled leaving the question still open. The region attracted Atlantis seekers following the views of Juan Fernandez Amador de los Rios published in Andalusia probably takes its name from the Arabic al-andalus — the land of the Vandals.
El Tartessos de Schulten: Avienus also supported this idea while Solinus described it being on the Lusitanian coast Portugal. Whishaw published [ ] the results of her extensive investigations in the region, particularly in and around Seville. However, she was convinced that the region had been colonised by Atlanteans from Libya. Apart from researching Schulten’s life and work, this documentary contrasts that myth of Tartessos with the present knowledge, and proposes a reflection on the use of Archaeology and History during the 20th schulyen to built national identities in Europe.
Visit Prime Video to explore more titles. Published July 9, Add the first question. She published her discoveries in a book [ ] that has now been reprinted after many years.
This was before Adolf Schulten expressed a similar view. Strabo writes of their system of canals running from the Guadalquivir River and a culture that had tartessoos records dating back 6, years. Adolf Schulten 27 May — 19 March was a German historian and archaeologist. A recent novel by C. Published June 8, The exact location of this city is not known apart from being near the mouth of the Guadalquivir River in Andalusia.
Published June 5, The Carthaginians were said to have been captured Tartessos after the reign of Arganthonios and after that, contact with Tartessos seems to have ended abruptly!
The Sierra Nevada to the south are rather more impressive, but in that region the most magnificent are the Atlas Mountains of North Africa. Pherecydes of Athens 5 th cent. Jean Gattefosse was convinced that the Pillars of Heracles were at Tartessos, which he identifies as modern Seville.
Stavros Papamarinopoulos has added his authorative voice to the claim for an Andalusian Atlantis in a paper a delivered to tartesos 12 th International Congress of the Geological Society of Greece. Albertson [ 13 0 scuulten uses the idea of an Atlantean Tartessos as a backdrop to the plot.
A minority view is that Tarshish is related to Tarxien Tarshin in Malta, which, however, is located some miles inland with no connection to the sea. Full Cast and Crew.
Tartessos by Adolf Schulten
Views Read Edit View history. However, while Schulten located Tartessos at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River in South West SpainZhirov argued that the story of Hercules taking from Erytheia, the oxen of Geryon, indicated a distance of around 60 miles from the coast. T artessos or T artessus is generally accepted to have existed along the valley of the Guadalquivir River where the rich adofl of copper and silver led to the development of a powerful native civilisation, which traded with the Phoenicians, who had colonies along the south coast of Spain k.
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