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Knötel, August F.R.

August F.R. Knötel, a German geographer, was the author of a work in 1893 that placed Atlantis in Morocco and linked its priesthood with the religion of Thoth-Ouranos-Hermes. Jürgen Spanuth wrote that Knötel considered Plato’s dating involving thousands of years as ‘complete nonsense’ [017.26]. A facsimile of the German text[0628]+  can now be downloaded from the Internet.

Unfortunately, the book [0628]+ is printed with a gothic typeface that some, if not most, will find difficult to read.

>Alexandre Bessmertny published a short review of Knötel’s work in 1893; now available on the atlantisforschung.de website, in German(a) . I have posted an English translation here for those interested(b).<

[0628]+ http://openlibrary.org/b/OL13995195M/Atlantis_und_das_Volk_der_Atlanten *

(a) August F.R. Knötel: Atlantis und das Volk der Atlanten (1893) – Atlantisforschung.de  *

(b) Archive 7168 | (atlantipedia.ie) *