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Roux, Claudius

Claudius Roux (1872- 1961) was a pupil of Etienne Berlioux, and like him, ardently supported the idea of a North African Atlantis, locating it on the western Mediterranean coast. In an attempt to solve two mysteries at the same time, Roux suggested that the then recently discovered Glozel tablets were in some way connected.

In 1926, Roux and Jean Gattefosse published, in French, The Bibliography of Atlantis and Connected Questions, in which they expand on their views in depth and also provide an extensive if somewhat dated bibliography.