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The Atlantis Hypothesis: Searching for a Lost Land July 3, 2006

Posted by grhomeboy in Archaeology Greece, Culture History Mythology.
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International Conference > Atlantis 2005
11 – 13 July 2005, Milos Island, Greece

This Conference aimed to serve as a forum for the presentation and constructive discussion of all the issues related to the hypothesis of the lost land of Atlantis. The purpose of the meeting was to gather specialists of all the different disciplines involved in highlighting the scientific aspects of this fascinating subject.

Greece was the most appropriate location for hosting this conference, as the ancient Greek great mind Plato formulated the Atlantis hypothesis.

LANGUAGE

The official language of the conference was English. There was simultaneous interpretation to/from Greek.

The Conference was held at the “Milos Conference Center – George Eliopoulos” on Milos island. For more information please click http://www.miloscenter.gr

The island of Milos, an entirely volcanic island, is located 86 nautical miles from the port of Piraeus, in the southwestern part of the Cyclades island group, in the Aegean Sea.

For more information about Milos please visit: http://www.gr-milos.net

TOPICS

Scientific approaches to the three main questions: if, when, and where based on research and evidences related to the following disciplines:

– Volcanology
– Seismology, Palaeoseismology, Geodynamics
– Tectonics, Palaeomagnetism
– Geology, Geophysics
– Meteors, Impactors
– Geochemistry
– Archaeology, Maritime Archaeology, Geoarchaeology
– Oceanography
– Geography, Physiography
– Cartography
– History, Mythology, Geomythology
– Archaeometry
– Palaeoceanography, Palaeoclimatology
– Philosophy, Philology
– Plato and History, Plato and Myth

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