2 edition of problem of Atlantis found in the catalog.
problem of Atlantis
|Statement||by Lewis Spence; with sixteen full-page plates.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 232 p.|
|Number of Pages||232|
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"The Problem of Atlantis," published inwas his first book on Atlantis and its Cro-Magnon inhabitants. This was followed by "Atlantis in America," "The History of Atlantis," "The Occult Sciences in Atlantis," and "The Atlantis of Plato."Cited by: 3.
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As professor of political science and the Marie-Clement Rodier,Endowed Chair at Duquesne University, Mr. Rubin. Spence, Lewis. The Problem of Atlantis. London: William Rider & Son, Second Edition. Second UK edition of the first book on Atlantis by James Lewis Spence (). A serious Scottish historian and folklorist whose interest in the occult drew him from popularizing Mayan mythology to arguing for the existence of Atlantis, “The Problem of.
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