Atlantis and the Silver City by Peter Daughtrey

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History’s most intriguing mystery may have been solved—recently unearthed evidence points towards the real location of the ancient, lost city of Atlantis.
More than 2,000 years ago Plato laid down around a hundred cryptic clues about the location of the lost world of Atlantis. Since then countless experts have tried to crack Plato’s code. Some claim Atlantis lies under the volcanic rocks of Santorini. Others place it in the Bermuda Triangle, off the coast of Africa, or say it is lost forever beneath the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. But what if Atlantis is far closer than we think? What if we can walk its cobble stoned streets today? After a forensic twenty-year examination of Plato’s writings, Peter Daughtrey says we can do just that. Having matched an unprecedented number of Plato’s clues, Daughtrey outlines the full reach of the ancient empire—and pinpoints the exact location of its once glittering capital city. His quest for the truth about Atlantis runs from the dusty stone quarries of Portugal and the hieroglyphs of Egyptian temples to the newly refurbished museums of Baghdad. It includes the discovery of long-forgotten, vitally significant artifacts, sensational evidence of a lost alphabet and a revealing analysis that identifies today’s descendants of this most ancient civilization. Detailed, accurate, and told with enthusiasm and verve, Atlantis and the Silver City even reveals the location of another city from the ancient empire of Atlantis. For just beyond the golden beaches of Portugal another ancient undersea settlement is waiting to be discovered . . .

About Peter Daughtrey

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Peter Daughtrey is a British writer based on the Algarve in Portugal. Formerly a publisher and advertising manager, he has been researching the legends of Atlantis for more than twenty years. Atlantis and the Silver City is his first book.
Published March 5, 2013 by Pegasus Books. 352 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Travel, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Daughtrey lays one more stone in the bumpy road to Atlantis with this misdirected guide to the lost city. Using the “Plato test”—a list of clues left by the philosopher and believed by some to indicat

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