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Atlantis: the Myth

July 07, 2007 By: admin Category: Περί Ατλαντίδας

Atlantis: the Myth
by Alan G. Hefner

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The story of the Isle of Atlantis first occurs in Plato’s two dialogues the “Timaeus” and the “Critias.” Plato’s story centers on Solon, a great Greek legislator and poet who journeyed to Egypt some 150 years earlier. While in the Egyptian city of Sais Solon received the story of Atlantis from priests. The priests respected Solon’s reputation and cordially welcomed him. They also respected the Athenians, whom they regarded as kinsmen, because they believed their deity Neith to be the same deity as the Greeks called Athena. Therefore, she was believed to be the patroness and protector of both Greece and Egypt.

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