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Atlantis Found is a 1999 novel by Clive Cussler, the fifteenth book in the Dirk Pitt series. In 7120 BC, a comet hit North America, abruptly ending several advanced civilizations.

Atlantis Found is a 1999 novel by Clive Cussler, the fifteenth book in the Dirk Pitt series. In AD 1858, a whaling vessel discovers a 1770s merchant ship frozen in Antarctic ice; included on this ship is a polished obsidian skull. scientists discover a mysterious underground chamber in Colorado, including a polished obsidian skull. They are attacked and left to drown, but .

She was accompanied by Dr. Bradford Hatfield, a pathologist/ archaeologist who specialized in the study of ancient mummies. Together, they flew to St. Paul Island by a tilt-rotor aircraft. Paul Island by a tilt-rotor aircraft izzle, unleashed by hostile clouds and hurled by a stiff breeze, stung their exposed faces like pellets shot from air rifles. They were met by a team of SEALs, an elite group of fighters belonging to the United States Navy. They were big quiet men, dead set with a purpose, dressed in camouflage fatigues that matched the gray volcanic rock of the island

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Other skulls found in Nebraska and Minnesota, all at least eight thousand years old, resemble both Europeans and South Asians. Clive Cussler, Atlantis Found. Thank you for reading books on BookFrom.

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Sign Out. Atlantis Found. This documentary attempts to make history by finding once and for all the lost city of Atlantis. Dr. Martin Pepper sets out to prove his theory–that the true Atlantis existed on the Greek island of Santorini, and was destroyed in the biggest volcanic eruption in human history. He will use new scientific evidence–gathered using sonar scans of the sea bed, and microscopic analysis of the ancient landscape.

In his book "Encyclopedia of Dubious Archaeology: From Atlantis to the Walam Olum" (Greenwood, 2010), Feder found 53 specific descriptions of Atlantis in Plato's dialogues, including that the city had bridges connecting.

In his book "Encyclopedia of Dubious Archaeology: From Atlantis to the Walam Olum" (Greenwood, 2010), Feder found 53 specific descriptions of Atlantis in Plato's dialogues, including that the city had bridges connecting rings of land, as well as a central island surrounded by a stone wall on every side. It's common for amateur scientists to check off a few of these boxes but rare for anyone to go through the entire checklist, Feder said. The area is "a very interesting spot," but that fact "quite obviously" isn't news, said Mark Adams, author of "Meet Me in Atlantis: My Quest to Find the 2,000-Year-Old Sunken City" (Dutton, 2015).

But Atlantis Found may be his most audacious novel of all. September l858: An Antarctic whaler stumbles upon an aged . Atlantis Found is another, in a long distinguished string of excellent novels that I highly recommend. Daniel Lance Wright, author of Once Upon an Austin Night. September l858: An Antarctic whaler stumbles upon an aged wreck, its grisly frozen crew guarding crates of odd antiquities-and a skull carved from black obsidian. March 200l: A team of anthropologists gazes in awe at a wall of strange inscriptions, moments before a blast seals them deep within the Colorado rock. 2 people found this helpful.

Atlantis Found ( Dirk Pitt - 15 ) Clive Cussler An Antarctic whaler stumbles across an aged wreck - her frozen crew guarding a priceless treasure. Dirk Pitt - 15 ). Clive Cussler. A team of anthropologists is buried. An Antarctic whaler stumbles across an aged wreck - her frozen crew guarding a priceless treasure. A team of anthropologists is buried under a mountain by a deliberate explosion. A ship that should have died fifty-six years ago reappears, and almost sinks a National Underwater and Marine Agency ship. Dirk Pitt knows that somehow these events are connected.

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  • I'd forgotten about this author for a few years. The last thing that I remember reading was called something like "Raising the Titanic." (I think).
    Like many people , I have an interest in this sea tragedy and what I recall about this book sparked my imagination. I also remember liking the protagonist, Dirk Pitt. He seemed likeable and able. So when I came across Atlantis Found, I was pleased because Mr. Cussler chose another interest of mine...Atlantis. I also selected the book because Dirk Pitt was the protagonist again. I have been a student of metaphysics for many years and the references to this ancient society, its apparent destruction, the crystal skulls were right up my alley. The Nazi theme in most literature is tedious to me, but Mr. Cussler made it plausible. I endorse this book for its effective use of imagination, its unrelenting action sequences and the amusing interaction of its main characters. I am glad to have rediscovered mr. Cussler.

  • I have been a Clive Cussler fan for years and just read this again after 15 years.......still enjoy the fast pace and love the Dirk & Al characters. The fact that there is always something "historical" (not always real) as part of the theme adds a great layer. If you are a stickler for accuracy of every item in the story you might not enjoy as much since some portions you need to just enjoy the story! In my opinion another great story by Clive Cussler!

  • Unlike many of the assumptions here, I am a female, age 58. I never felt these were 'guy books'.

    This one was just ok. There were many tedious descriptions that were truly unnecessary - they didn't contribute to the plot or the story or were commonly known already. When it would have benefitted the story for MORE descriptions, there were none (i.e. better descriptions of the mummy's they found). It felt to me that Mr. Cussler had to produce x number of pages and was just filling space.

    I plowed away to the end of the book. I gave it three stars only because I like the characters. The read was not an easy one as most Pitt novels were.

  • Dirk and Al do it again! I've followed every single one of their adventures and am proud to say that they are two marvelously fearless characters who I would follow anywhere.
    Cussler, while perhaps not sticking to the facts of earth's evolvement, has some grand description that is worth reading and even educational.
    It never ceases to amaze me how Cussler manages to take an event that happened hundreds, or in this case thousands, of years ago and weave it into a modern tale.
    This book is a wonderful read. It is exciting and contains the usual Dirk and Al wit. This is a perfect action yarn to read on a cold winter's day by a fire - or even on a sunny beach.
    Dirk and Al, once again, become embroiled in a conspiracy that might end life as we know it. Once again, Dirk and Al are victorious over evil. To know them is to love them.
    If you like intrigue, adventure, and an almost blase attitude toward danger - Cussler's Dirk and Al are for you. Read them all and you won't be dissapointed!

  • always enjoy Cussler's stories, love his leading men and all the plotlines that always come together in the end, great fantasy just a hair away from facts.

  • Have read all older books (Dirk Pitt) Hardcover, refreshing to do again with Kindle ... dictionary and notes tremendous addition to the reading experience

  • This was a great story wrapped around historical facts and suppositions. We take history for granted, especially ancient civilizations and compare them to today. Then, we realize they were not so backwards after all.

  • I would go to 4 1/2 stars if I had the choice. This is a definite page turner. There are unlikely coincidences, improbable plot devices, occasional syntax errors, and a few erroneous details. But reading books like this is about suspending reality, at least to a certain extent. It is the indominable hero vs the overwhelming odds of the evil corporate/family empire (that has never before tasted defeat) in a battle to the death at the bottom of the world with civilization literally riding on the outcome. And for extras, there is a 9000 year old archeological find which will forever change the way of thinking in the world if it survives. What else could you ask for? If you want reality, watch 60 Minutes.