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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. Published May 27, Add the first question. Adolf Scjulten the German archaeologist also spent a considerable time searching in the area during the first half of the 20 th century.

Stavros Papamarinopoulos has added his authorative voice ttartessos the claim for an Andalusian Atlantis in a paper a delivered to the 12 th International Congress of the Geological Society of Greece. Himself Juan Campos Carrasco Full Cast and Crew. 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. tartesxos

Visit Prime Video to explore more titles. Edit Storyline Tartessos is one of the most interesting cultures of Ancient times as well as a landmark in the History of Andalusia and the Mediterranean Sea. The exact location of this city is not known apart from being near the mouth of the Guadalquivir River in Andalusia.

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.

He argues that the Andalusian Plain matches the Plain of Atlantis but Plato clearly describes a plain that was 3, stadia long and 2, stadia wide and even if the unit of measurement was different, the ratio of length to breadth schulhen not match the Andalusian Plain. It is situated in the south of the country with Seville as its capital, which was earlier known as Spal when occupied by the Phoenicians. Another unusual theory is offered by Luana Montewho has opted for Thera as Tartessos.


Richard H ennig was a German student of ancient geography.


Published June 5, Starting in he worked on the ruins of Tarraco and in the localities of MainakeMunda and Segeda. Tartessos is one of the most interesting cultures of Ancient times as well as a landmark in the History of Andalusia and the Mediterranean Sea.

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He believed that Tartessos had been the centre of an ancient culture that was Atlantis or at least one of its colonies. Historyarchaeology and geology. 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!

Whishaw published [ ] the results of her extensive investigations in the region, particularly in and around Seville. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! 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.

Andalusia has been identified by a number of investigators as the home of Atlantis.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. 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: He claimed to have demonstrated that the Atlantean kingdom of Gadeirus controlled Atlantic Spain during pre-Classical times.

Cadiz is accepted to be a corruption of Gades that in turn is believed to have been named to after Gaderius. Edit Cast Cast overview: Albertson [ 13 0 ] uses the idea of an Atlantean Tartessos as a backdrop to the plot. Jean Gattefosse was convinced that the Pillars of Heracles were at Tartessos, which he identifies as modern Seville. tarressos


There have been persistent attempts over the past century to link Tartessos with Atlantis. She lived in Niebla until her death, where she founded a small museum, which unfortunately is now rather neglected. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. El Gran Tour de Jorge Bonsor specifically focused on this pioneer of Archaeology that shared with Schulten adlof passion and campaigns in South Spain.

Adolf Schulten

scgulten Andalusia probably takes its name from the Arabic al-andalus — the land of the Vandals. El Tartessos de Schulten: Published June 7, 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.

Inthe German researcher Gustav Moritz Redslob carried out a study of everything available relating to Tartessos and concluded that the xchulten city had been the town of Tortosa on the River Ebro situated near Tarragona in Catalonia. T artessos or T artessus is generally accepted to have existed along the valley of the Guadalquivir River where the rich deposits of copper and silver led to the development of a powerful native civilisation, which traded with the Adof, who had colonies along the south coast of Spain k.

BC as one of the Hesperidesa sunken island beyond the Pillars of Heracles. The new film does not mention the search of Tartessos, but other sites that Bonsor excavated and prepared for visits and public knowledge.

Schklten had authored a number of books before the war and continued writing afterwards. A ndalusia is the second largest of the seventeen autonomous communities of Spain. Zhirov agreed with Adolf Schulten in identifying Erytheia with Tartessos.

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