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He identified Atlantis with the legendary Tartessos [ ]. Starting in he worked on the ruins of Tarraco and in the localities of MainakeMunda and Segeda.
Although most attention has been focussed on western end of the region, a theory d from Sandra Fernandez places Atlantis in the eastern province of Almeria.
ElberfeldRhine Province. El Tartessos de Schulten: Published May 27, Albertson [ 13 0 ] uses the idea of an Atlantean Tartessos as a backdrop to the plot.
Cosyan who also place Erytheia in the vicinity of Cadiz. Adolc 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: Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
La conquista de la ciudad perdida ” on Amazon. After an unhappy sojourn in Russia the family returned to Riga, the Latvian capital and subsequently moved to Berlin. Search for ” El Tartessos de Schulten: George Jorge Edward Bonsor was born in France of British parents, but spent most of his life working as an artist and archaeologist in Spain.
Influenced by Schliemann’s success in finding Troy, and his own findings in the Spanish city of Numantia, Schulten set up a myth around Tartessos and some of the ideas still persisting in Spanish nationality. Avienus also supported this idea while Solinus described it being on the Lusitanian coast Portugal.
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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 Strabo writes of their system of canals running from the Guadalquivir River and a culture that had written records dating back 6, years. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. The Sierra Morena to tartesssos north of Andalusia do not fit this description. However, she was convinced that the region had been colonised by Atlanteans from Libya.
Tartessos by Adolf Schulten
Tagged Adolf SschultenAndalusiaE. Eventually, he was accused of being a Soviet tarhessos and imprisoned and tortured but eventually acquitted by a Japanese court and released before the end of the war. BC as one of the Hesperidesa sunken island beyond the Pillars of Heracles. 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.
El Gran Tour de Jorge Bonsor specifically focused on this pioneer of Archaeology that shared with Schulten the passion and campaigns in South Spain.
Published June 7, Jorge Bonsor in a new film: Andalusia has been identified by a number of investigators as the home of Atlantis. Although there is a general consensus that Tartessos was located in Iberia, there are a number of refinements of the idea.
The exact location of this city is not known apart tartessoz being near the mouth of the Guadalquivir River in Andalusia. He believed that Tartessos had been the centre of an ancient culture that was Atlantis or at least one of its scgulten. Although this site is in Spanish, it is worthwhile using your Google translator to read an English version.
He had authored a number of books before the war and continued writing afterwards. The German archaeologist Adolf Schulten spent many years searching unsuccessfully for Tartessos, in the region of the Guadalquivir.
Apart from researching Txrtessos 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 century to built national identities in Europe.