academician Veljko Milković
According to leading interpreters of the Atlantis phenomenon, almost nothing has ever attracted more attention and aroused more interest and research, and then encouraged to write more books that have been translated into almost every language in the world. The interest came from the writings of the ancient Greek philosopher and vocabulary, Plato (427–347 BC), whose volume is about 10 contemporary homepages, and since then there has been an exploratory expansion, often going to different extremes. All attempts to identify an area that could fit the soil of mythical Atlantis ended unsuccessfully. That's why critics claim that "for over 2,000 years, no archeological shovel has provided valid confirmation."
However, in recent decades, high-tech artifacts from the Middle Danube region have been discovered and analyzed, representing only the "drop in the sea" of the scattered treasure of a previous civilization - the "Pannonian Atlantis", which most likely came to an end due to a natural disaster, in many ways fits into Plato's record of Atlantis.
Full book title: The Pannonian Atlantis
Author: academician Veljko Milković
Product Dimensions (Format): 22,7 x 15,2 x 0,7 cm
Illustrared: 41 illustrations, 32 photographies
ISBN: 978-86-88883-10-8 (CIP - The Matica Srpska Library Cataloging-in-Publication Data, Serbia)
Edition: First (15. februar 2020)
Published: Veljko Milkovic Research & Development Center - VEMIRC, Novi Sad, Serbia