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Oct 6, 2021

[Answer] 4. Our next search is for an item that is not so much lost as never found to start with. What is the legendary land that is supposed to have sunk beneath the waves?

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...1. Pangaea 2. Atlantis 3. Oceania 4. Athenium Atlantis is first mentioned by Plato, where he described it as lying in front of the Pillars of Hercules. It is supposed to have sunk beneath the sea in a single night. For years there has been debate as to whether it was real or an allegory, with many people having absolute belief in the legend. Over the years there have been many searches made without success. Atlantis has inspired books and films and has become a sort of template for idyllic advanced civilisations which went wrong and were lost.




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Atlantis:


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