Welcome To Atlantipedia
I am currently in the process of re-establishing internal broken bibliographical links. The numbers involved are huge and will take some weeks to complete. As a consequence the number of entries listed with the suffix (L) under “Recent Updates” is greatly inflated, so generally these can be ignored. So please bear with me. Tony
ATLANTIPEDIA is aimed at providing the most comprehensive source of information regarding the development of Atlantis theories, particularly since Ignatius Donnelly produced his seminal work on the subject towards the end of the nineteenth century.
The content is intended to assist researchers, journalists and anyone with an enquiring mind. Unlike many other sites on the Internet, ATLANTIPEDIA will not be providing open forums, which I have seen so often devolve into time-wasting squabbles between ego-trippers. However, we are open to all ideas and data that might improve the quality of the information on offer and invite emails from readers.
My intention is that Atlantipedia be primarily concerned with the scientific search for Plato’s Atlantis. Speculative theories or alleged psychic revelations without any supporting evidence are as worthless here as they would be in a court of law. Atlantipedia encompasses a wide range of theories and their proponents to include, if I may badly paraphrase, the good, the mad and the unbelievable.
I also reserve the right to editorialise from time to time
New entries will have the title suffixed (N)
Re-written entries will have the title suffixed (R)
Entries that have been amended will have the *[changes]* between red asterisks and square brackets. In cases where single words are changed, they will be highlighted in red.
Where entries have an image added or changed it will have the title suffixed (I)
Where only links have been added, changed or removed it will have the title suffixed (L)
Major amendments and corrections will have the title suffixed (M)
Minor alterations or additions will have a lowercase suffix (m)
Where video links are added or removed a (V) suffix will be used
Trivial changes, such as spelling or punctuation corrections will have the lower case suffix (t) and can be generally ignored.