How Did Atlantis Sink?

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Atlantis is believed to have sunk when a wave flooded it. Ancient maps show Atlantis. On the floor of the ocean of the Bahamas buildings have been discovered, among other artifacts. You can find more information here: http://library.thinkquest.org/C007461/atlantis.htm
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There is no evidence that Atlantis actually existed. According to Plato, Atlantis sank into the Atlantic Ocean over 9,000 years before Plato wrote about it. For more information look
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Atlantis is the mythical island supposed to have lain off the coast of Western Europe in the Atlantic Ocean. Stories about Atlantis have been with us since ancient times, but today
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The legend says only that Atlantis sank into the ocean in a single day sometime around 9600 B.C. Most think it was a natural disaster of some type. We do not know if the story of Atlantis is true, or if it is, what happened to it, or even where it was. You can find more information here: http://www.ehow.com/about_4621848_why-did-atlantis-sink.html
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Atlantis is believed to have sunk when a wave flooded it. Ancient maps show Atlantis. On the floor of the ocean of the Bahamas buildings have been discovered, ...
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