The Atlantis Encyclopedia


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312 Pages


7 x 10


Trade Paperback

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  • Foreword by Brad Steiger

  • Author Frank Joseph

    Nominated by Japan’s Savant Society as Professor of World Archaeology, Frank Joseph is a veteran scuba diver and participant in hundreds of underwater expeditions off the coast of Africa, in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico, and Polynesia. The editor-in-chief of Ancient American magazine from 1993 to 2007, he has traveled the world collecting research materials for his 27 published books, including The Lost Worlds of Ancient America, The Atlantis Encyclopedia, Unearthing Ancient America, and The Lost Colonies of Ancient America, all published by New Page Books. Joseph lives with his wife, Laura, and cat, Sammy, in the Upper Mississippi River Valley.

A handbook of Atlantean information for general readers and specialists alike!

This is an invaluable, one-of-a-kind reference. Unlike most other books on the subject, The Atlantis Encyclopedia offers fewer theories and more facts. Although it does not set out to prove the sunken capital actually existed, The Atlantis Encyclopedia musters so much evidence on its behalf, even skeptics may conclude that there must be at least something factual behind such an enduring, indeed global legend.

You'll learn:

  • What was Atlantis?
  • Where was it located?
  • How long ago did it flourish?
  • How was it destroyed?
  • What became of its survivors?
  • Have any remains of Atlantis ever been found?
  • Will Atlantis ever be found?
  • Did Atlantis have any impact on America?

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