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Scientific Atlantology

Atlantis, a journal of research

Atlantology, the study of Atlantis, draws evidence from innumerable and diverse scholarly fields, including: anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, biology, classical literature, Egyptology, geography, geology, history, linguistics, mathematics, metaphysics, mythology, oceanography, and religion.

The science of Atlantology is well-described in Sykes' journals ATLANTIS (1948-1976) and NEW WORLD ANTIQUITY (1954-1979).

Early Atlantology Highlights

The Civilization of Atlantis

Egerton Sykes

sykes in the A.R.E. library

World-Renowned Atlantologist

Egerton Sykes was not only the creator of the largest private collection on Atlantis in the world, he was a mythologist, amateur archaeologist, writer and editor, who prided himself on knowing every scientist around the world in the field of Atlantology from 1912 to 1950.

Who was Egerton Sykes?

Sykes' 1966 Lecture to the Explorer's Club in New York

Articles About Sykes

Some of Sykes' Contemporary Atlantologists

Sykes' Bibliography