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Bryant, George Isaac (L)

George Isaac Bryant was the English author of Lost Atlantis, which only existed in manuscript form and was rescued from his bombed home in 1941. Although his views did not fully coincide with the opinions of Egerton Sykes, the latter assembled the notes and published them in his Atlantis journal some years later. Bryant covers a lot of familiar ground and adds little to advance the identification of Atlantis. He engages in a lot of speculation and displays a level of gullibility, quoting the likes of Paul Schliemann as an ‘authority’. He concludes that the Atlantean Empire stretched from the Azores and the Canaries in the Atlantic to Portugal/Spain and southward into North Africa.

Bryant also offered a location for the territory ruled by each of the five sets of twins, which Sykes included in his 1950 edition of Ignatius Donnelly’s book[1167.17]. Sykes’ edition can be read online(a).

(a) https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=r9Tbuy7TxN4C&pg=PA17&lpg=PA17&dq=George+Isaac+Bryant&source=bl&ots=LYIZOsmBdZ&sig=EIzZiiz4ils7arNE5Iof8KmfiyE&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwizgryArvTKAhWBKhoKHV2vBugQ6AEITjAI#v=onepage&q=George%20Isaac%20Bryant&f=false