As of 2014, Atlantis has not been found, but researchers and scientists suggest that had Atlantis ever existed, the Lost City would have sunk either during the Pleistocene ice ages or around 1500 B.C. The fable of Atlantis' sinking is found in Plato's writings.Know More
Plato was a Greek philosopher who wrote about a great civilization on Atlantis, which sunk into the ocean as punishment from the gods. According to Plato, Atlantis' destruction occurred 9,000 years before him.
There are theories that Plato's dating was wrong, and that Atlantis would have been on Crete, located near the island of Santorinas. In 1500 B.C., a violent volcano broke apart the island and caused a tsunami, which washed over Crete and destroyed the Minoan population. Some believe this could have been Atlantis.Learn more about Mythology
According to legend, Atlantis was an island in the Atlantic Ocean that sunk below the Atlantic Ocean west of the Straits of Gibraltar during an earthquake. Encyclopedia Britannica notes that Atlantis is also known as Atalantis and Atlantica.Full Answer >
Plato places the location of Atlantis near the Pillars of Hercules, which is believed to be the mountains on either side of the Straits of Gibraltar. Many scholars have concluded that Atlantis is a fictional city and does not exist.Full Answer >
In “Call of Atlantis,” players have to match three or more symbols together to make them disappear in an attempt to get ancient artifacts to the bottom of the screen. They use a computer mouse to drag and drop the symbols to match them together.Full Answer >
According to the Greek philosopher Plato, Atlantis sank into the Atlantic ocean after the gods sent fire and earthquakes to the island. The gods were angry at the people of Atlantis for becoming greedy and pursuing immoral things.Full Answer >