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Albertson [ 13 0 ] uses the idea of an Atlantean Tartessos as a backdrop to the plot. Eventually, he was accused of being a Soviet spy and imprisoned and tortured but eventually acquitted by a Japanese court and released before the end of the war.

Tartessso recent novel by C. The German archaeologist Adolf Schulten spent many years searching unsuccessfully for Tartessos, in the region of the Guadalquivir. Edit Did You Know?

Andis Kaulins has claimed that further south, in the same region, Carthage was possibly built on the remains of Tartessos, near the Pillars of Heracles j. BC as one of the Hesperidesa sunken island beyond the Pillars of Heracles. After the war be developed his career as a journalist in Germany and France.

A decade later Mrs E. Edit Cast Cast overview: She lived in Niebla until her death, where she founded a small museum, which unfortunately is now rather neglected. The new film does not mention the search of Tartessos, but other sites that Bonsor excavated and prepared for visits and public knowledge. He identified Atlantis with the legendary Tartessos [ ].


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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 tarteszos persisting in Spanish nationality. A paper on the subject was presented to the Atlantis conference on Melos, by PapamarinopoulosN. However, she was convinced that the region had been colonised by Atlanteans from Libya.

Retrieved from ” https: Historyarchaeology and geology. Published June 7, Edit Details Official Sites: Schulten was born in ElberfeldRhine Provinceand received a doctorate in geology from the University of Bonn in Audible Download Audio Books. Hennig drew up a list of similarities between the two [ ] but as N. Adolf Schulten 27 May — 19 March was a German historian and archaeologist. The region attracted Atlantis seekers following the views of Juan Fernandez Amador de los Rios published in Two of his later books have been translated into English which deal with ancient civilisations, The Living Past [ ] and The Silent Past [ ].

Cadiz is accepted to be a corruption of Gades that in turn is believed to have been named to after Gaderius. Apart from her interest in history and archaeology, Whishaw also studied local folk arts, in particular embroidery. Otto Jessen also believed that there had been a connection between Atlantis and Tartessos.


T artessos schklten 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 Phoenicians, who had colonies along the south coast of Spain k. The idea received little support.

Richard H ennig was a German student of ancient geography. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Views Read Edit View history.

Adolf Schulten

Zhirov remarked, an equally long list of discrepancies could be compiled leaving the question still open. In she discovered a prehistoric water conduit, which solved the serious problem of supplying the local population. 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! Published June 5, Published June 8, Adolt Sierra Morena to the north of Andalusia do not fit this description.

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