Wölfel, Dominik Josef
Dominik Josef Wölfel (1888-1963) was an Austrian historian and ethnologist. According to Jürgen Spanuth [015.122] he favoured the Canaries as the location of Atlantis. His most important work is considered to be Monumenta linguae Canariae in which he offers what has been described as “by far the most ambitious work to have appeared to date (1965) on the subject of Guanche, the extinct language of the native inhabitants of the Canary Islands(a).
(a) Dominik Josef Wölfel: Monumenta linguae Canariae: die kanarischen SprachdenkmMer. Mine Studie zur Vor- und Fruhgeschichte Weissafrikas. [Hrsg.] Alms Closs. xviii, 929 pp., front., 8 maps. Graz: Akademische Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt, 1965. S 1,230, 17£ 2s. | Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies | Cambridge Core