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Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. The region adof Atlantis seekers following the views of Juan Fernandez Amador de los Rios published in Published June 7, 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.
He drew on the work of Adolf Schulten and Otto Jessen to support his conviction that the Scheria referred to by Homer was in fact Atlantis. The exact location of this city is not known apart from being near the mouth of the Guadalquivir River in Andalusia.
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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 tarttessos his dream as pioneer of a new science: 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.
Richard H ennig was a German student of ancient geography. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! Retrieved from ” https: A decade later Mrs E. Whishawwho studied in the area for 25 years at the beginning of the 20th century, believed that Tartessos was just a colony of Atlantis.
Strabo writes of their system of canals running from the Guadalquivir River and a culture that had written records dating back 6, years. Full Cast and Crew. Although most attention has been focussed on western end of the region, a theory d from Sandra Fernandez adolc Atlantis in the eastern province of Almeria.
Avienus also supported this idea while Solinus described it being on the Lusitanian coast Portugal. In spite of comments recently attributed to Professor Richard Freund b sschulten, I have no evidence that Bonsor equated Tartessos with Atlantis as Schulten did.
Two of his later books have been translated into English which deal with ancient civilisations, The Living Past [ ] and The Silent Past [ ]. The Sierra Morena to the north of Andalusia do not fit this description. Search for ” El Tartessos de Schulten: Adolf Schulten the German archaeologist also spent a considerable time searching in the area during the first half of schultrn 20 th century.
Visit Prime Tartesxos to explore more titles. Published July 9, 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!
Himself Juan Campos Carrasco There have been persistent attempts over the past century to link Tartessos with Atlantis. Edit Cast Cast overview: The idea received little support. However, while Schulten located Tartessos at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River in South West SpainZhirov adollf that the story of Hercules taking from Erytheia, the oxen of Geryon, indicated a distance of around 60 miles from the coast.
Published June 8, Apart from researching Schulten’s life and work, this documentary contrasts that myth of Tartessos with the present knowledge, and proposes a reflection on the use of Archaeology and History during the 20th century to built national identities in Europe. In she discovered a prehistoric water conduit, which solved the serious problem of supplying the local population. El Gran Tour de Jorge Bonsor specifically focused on this pioneer of Archaeology that shared with Schulten the passion and campaigns in South Spain.