Etlantida

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Map o' Etlantida i' 1669

Etlantida (Anshunt Griik: Ἀτλαντὶς) esa fikshyunal ailen kuntrii menshyun'd b' Plato,[1] Herodotuus, Diodorus Sicillian. Et wos popyulayt'd b' Etlants but i' 9500 iya BCE a' ailen saank'd as a' resuult o' an' erthkuaak. As a Plato's deskripshun, Etlantida wos sityuaitiid bitwiin mautiin chain Etlas i' Afreka an Jibrulta.

Et es a' prototiip o' t' ailen Utopia deskraiib'd b' Tomas Moor an o' t' ailen Bensalem deskraiib'd i' buuk Nyuu Atlantis b' Fransiis Baikon.[2][3]

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  1. Hale, John R. (2009). Lords of the Sea: The Epic Story of the Athenian Navy and the Birth of Democracy. New York: Penguin. p. 368. ISBN 0-670-02080-X. "Plato also wrote the myth of Atlantis as an allegory of the archetypal thalassocracy or naval power." 
  2. Mumford, Lewis (1965). "Utopia, the City and the Machine". Daedalus 94 (2): 271–292. JSTOR 20026910. (subscription required). 
  3. Hartmann, Anna-Maria (2015). "The Strange Antiquity of Francis Bacon's New Atlantis". Renaissance Studies 29 (3): 375–393. doi:10.1111/rest.12084.