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Sanchuniathon (c. 13-14th cent. BC) was a Phoenician writer whose work is now only available through the writings of Philo of Byblos (c. 100 AD), who claimed to have translated his Phoenicia from the original text(a) .

Sanchuniathon, writing 600 years before Plato was born, refers to the original kings of Egypt calling them Aleteans. Some have speculated that this was an early form or corruption of ‘Atlanteans’.

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