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Mircea Ticleanou

Panchaea

Panchaea was an island in the Indian Ocean first mentioned by the Greek philosopher Euhemerus in the 4th century BC. It is conventionally assumed to be fictional(b) as it shares many of the characteristics of Plato’s Atlantis.

>The excellent Theoi.com website(c) offers all the classical references to Panchaea.<

Nevertheless, Thérêse Ghembaza has boldly proposed(a) that Meroë on the Upper Nile, which can be loosely described as an island, was the Panchaea described by Diodorus Siculus and was, by extension, Plato’s Atlantis.

>The Third Atlantis Conference held on Santorini in 2011 saw a paper from geologist Mircea Ticleanou propose that Panchaea had been located on the Pannonian Plain, an idea supported in a 2018 posting(d).<

(a) http://www.antiqua91.fr/panchea_en.html

(b) https://www.jasoncolavito.com/panchaea-the-other-atlantis.html

(c) PANCHAEA (Pankhaia) – Fabulous Indian Ocean Island of Greek Legend (theoi.com) *

(d) THE ISLANDS OF THE RELICT PANNONIAN LAKE AFTER EUHEMERUS OF MESSENE (QUOTED BY DIODORUS SICULUS) – THE PANCHAEA LOCATION – Šareni portal (wordpress.com) *