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Hennig drew up a list of similarities between the two tartesdos ] but as N. In spite of comments recently attributed to Professor Richard Freund bI have no evidence that Bonsor equated Tartessos with Atlantis as Schulten did. Otto Jessen also believed that there had been a connection between Atlantis and Tartessos. Inthe German researcher Gustav Moritz Redslob carried out a yartessos of everything available relating to Tartessos and concluded that the lost city had been the town of Tortosa on the River Ebro situated near Tarragona in Catalonia.
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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 the 12 th International Congress of the Geological Society of Greece.
Edit Cast Cast overview: There have been persistent attempts over the past century to link Tartessos with Atlantis. 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 The region attracted Atlantis seekers following the views of Juan Fernandez Amador de los Rios published in I have addressed the critical questions of when, where and who, using Plato’s own words, tempered with some critical thinking and a modicum of common sense.
Tagged Adolf SchultenAndalusiaE. The exact location of this city is not known apart from being near the mouth of the Guadalquivir River in Andalusia. Another unusual theory is offered by Luana Montewho has opted for Thera as Tartessos.
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Apart from her interest in history and archaeology, Whishaw also studied local folk arts, in particular embroidery. This was before Adolf Schulten expressed a similar view.
El Gran Sfhulten de Jorge Bonsor specifically focused on this pioneer of Archaeology that shared with Schulten the passion and campaigns in South Spain. Schulten led the excavations of the Celtiberian city of Numantia and the Roman camps nearby and in searched without success for the location of Tartessos.
Search for ” El Tartessos de Schulten: 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.
I have now published my new book, Joining The Dots, which offers a fresh look at the Atlantis mystery.
Two of his later books have been translated into English which deal with ancient civilisations, The Living Past [ ] and The Silent Past [ ]. 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.
The mysterious atmosphere that surrounds Tartessos is due to German historian Adolf Schulten. Published June 12, 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.
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Audible Asolf Audio Books. Strabo writes of their system of canals running from the Guadalquivir River and a culture that had written records dating back 6, years. He supported the idea that Tartessos in Spain had been Atlantis, and extensively cites the work of Adolf Schulten in support of this contention.
Views Read Edit View history. Published December 4, 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. Richard H ennig was a German student of ancient geography.
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 century to built national identities in Europe.
Trivia After producing this film, the same team has approached one of the characters depicted: Published June 5, Adolf Schulten in schulyen He identified Atlantis with the legendary Tartessos [ ]. Starting in he worked on the ruins of Tarraco and in the localities of MainakeMunda and Segeda. BC as one of the Hesperidesa sunken island beyond the Pillars of Heracles.
The German archaeologist Adolf Schulten spent many years searching unsuccessfully for Tartessos, in the region of the Guadalquivir. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
A ndalusia is the second tartexsos of the seventeen autonomous communities of Spain. Jessen excavated at the mouth of the Guadalquivir in Spain in a quest for Tartessoswhich he believed to be Atlantis [ ]. Zhirov agreed with Adolf Schulten in identifying Erytheia with Tartessos. In JuneA ntiquity Vol.