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History

Namor stated that Atlantis was the first human civilization on Earth.[10] It is unknown if the that statement was an error, ignoring both 500,000 BC Lemuria and 100,000 BC Thuria, or if a more ancient civilization of Atlantis existed.

2,000,000,000 BC

According to tales from New Atlantis, by the time of the Cataclysm, Atlantis existed for two billion years.[11]
This statement appears dubious at best.

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Origins

After the Olympians defeated the Titans during the Titanomachy, Zeus sent out two eagles to mark the boundaries of his dominion: where they met was declared the center of the world, and this location, he condemned the Titan general Atlas to hold the Heavens aloft as the Axis Mundi, the world Axis. The continent where he stood was christened "Atlantis" which simply meant the "Isle of Axis".[8]

Pre-Cataclysmic Age (100,000-18,000 BC

Allegedly, by the time Qar existed on ancient Valusia, Atlantis was only a fiery volcano.[12]

50,000 BC

Atlantis was a fabulous kingdom[13] that existed circa 50,000 BC.
The relation, if any, between this Atlantis, and the isle and empire of Atlantis, is unrevealed.

For the full presentation of this location, please consult the Atlantis (50,000 BC) page.

Undisclosed time events

The following events are not currently set within a chronological timeline of Atlantis' story.

Atlas's rule

Atlas was allegedly a great king of Atlantis.[14]

Tolan's rule

The chronological setting of that legend and what truth there is to it remain unrevealed.
According to Atlantean legend, Tolan was the overlord of Atlantis at a time where land covered the Earth and no large bodies of water existed. Tolan was allegedly an ancestor of the Atlantean Royal Family. A wise and beloved ruler, he felt a bad omen for his people in his old age. Nagorbu developed a magnet that could repel human flesh, intending to Atlantis using it to rule the universe. Tolan refused to use the weapon and ordered it to be dumped into the ocean, refusing to have Atlantis become a warmongering nation. A combination of the magnet and Nagorbu's followers attempts to recover it caused a massive flood over the centuries, well after Tolan and Nagorbu died. A tidal wave caused by the digging and atomic disruption of the land (due to some of the means used by Nagorbu and his followers) which ultimately sank Atlantis. Tolan's legend was passed down by the Atlanteans.[15] The legend contradicts with historical evidence,[1] and it is unrevealed whether or not it actually had any influence on the Cataclysm, locally or globally.[16]

Isle of Atlantis (20,000+ - 19,000 BC)

Over twenty-two thousand years ago (at the time the Seven Empires started to decline), the isle of Atlantis was a wilderness, with no true rulership, but barely tamed by barbarians.[17]

In ancient times, the chieftain Gandaro of the Spear raided the coast of Valusia.[18] A legend of the Sea-Mountain Tribe of Atlantis told that Atlanteans once ambushed a Valusian king. As Gandaro of the Spear slew him, he reverted in his true form of a Serpent-Man.[19]

Circa 19,500 BC, Atlanteans started to spread on the mainland as mercenaries in the religious and political feuds existing between the greater powers.[20]

Empire of Atlantis (19,000 - 18,000 BC)

By 19,000 BC, Atlantis was the seat of a minor empire based on trade and crafts, whose fortunes fluctuated over the next centuries.[20]

Circa 19,000 BC, as conflict erupted anew among the Elder Gods, the Assemblage of Avatars was summoned to Atlantis. The participants to the summit included Agamotto himself, Zhered-Na and her apprentice Dakimh, Lady Linnea, Rotath, Sorrow, Teyanoga, Tuzun Thune, Akoos the Red Wizard, Thulsa Doom, Lord Varnae (still human at that point), and the spirit of C'Thunda,[21][22][23] all representing one of the four Elder Gods.

Age of Kull (18,500 BC)

Circa 18,500 BC,[17] Kull,[citation needed] an Atlantean warrior[17] of the Sea-Mountain tribe[citation needed] rose as the Tiger King of Valusia.[20]

At some point, the Savage Land, with its warm clime, prehistoric wildlife and numerous technologies left behind (including the climate control machine, a shrinking technique, and magnetic fields that kept shrunk animals small and virtually immortals) was discovered by Atlantean explorers. Pangea was built as resort and amusement park by an enterprising conglomerate, which included a zoo where shrunk animals (including a Griffin) were admired.[9]

The Atlantean kingdom also had a daughter-colony on the Thurian mainland. Colonists intermarried with the barbarian people of Elder Cimmeria.[24]

It was told that the Sacred Ball protected Atlantis from the sea, and that without it, the waters would destroy Atlantis.[25]

Preface: Kings of Atlantis

From this point in time, accounts are numerous but overlap, contradict, or ignore each others. This is illustrated by the fact many rulers are mentioned to be active in the days of the Great Cataclysm (18,000 BC), with many having allegedly their hand as the cause of the Cataclysm. Atlantis itself is alternatively mentioned as an empire/kingdom, or as a single city.

  • In the centuries after 18,500 BC and until the Cataclysm, The Ten, sons of Poseidon, god of the sea and patron of Atlantis, and the reborn goddess Cleito, daughter of Evenor,[26] who oversaw her ten sons and their provinces.[20]
  • Before 18,000 BC[27] and until the Cataclysm, Atlantis' council of sorcerers were the depraved rulers of the city of Atlantis.[8] Those were possibly the "Witch Kings of Old Atlantis",[3] mentioned during the Hyborian Age.
  • Circa 18,000 BC, Kamuu and his queen Zartra ruled Atlantis.

The rules of those kings are detailed in the following sections.

Other accounts mention other kings, besides The Ten and Kamuu, that were active at the time of the Great Cataclysm:

  • According to tales from New Atlantis, by the time of the Cataclysm, Atlantis was ruled by an unnamed seemingly war-mongering and conquering king, ruling over fertile lands and enslaving prisoners from his campaigns.[11]
  • Dherk was banished by the "enraged ruler of Atlantis",[28] which may be Kamuu.
  • The kings of the Uhari, Mala, and Chordai, three races (others seemingly existed) of Old Atlantis, were the "Old Kings of Atlantis".[4] Those Old Atlanteans were considered "relics from a darker time" to the later Atlanteans (Homo mermanus).[29] The datation around those Old Kings contradicts with established chronology: Lake Vostok (under which those races will come to inhabit) was not breached in 500,000 years.[4] Nothing is known of their pre-Cataclysmic activities.
The Ten's rules (18,500-18,000 BC)

Over the few centuries, Atlantis was now shared by humans, centaurs,[25][7][20] Gorgons,[8] the beings that would become known as gremlins, leprechauns and elves,[25] other beings.[20] The gremlins and leprechauns were notably a nuisance to other Atlanteans, and claimed their right to do as they cared of cities or people.[25]

After the Titanomachy, Zeus divided the world among his brothers: He won the sky, Pluto the underworld, and Poseidon the seas. The land was divided between them, but Poseidon regularly fought with his brothers over lands. Eventually, he claimed Atlantis, and married the reborn goddess Cleito, daughter of Evenor. They fathered the ten first Atlantean kings,[26] ten gods ruling their province and overseen by their mother-goddess Cleito,[20] known in legends as The Ten, "crowned saints". In this golden age, Atlantis was not a single but ten kingdom, with the City of the Golden Gate as their capital, .[30]
Despite being known as the ten first kings of Atlantis, there was a few instances where Atlantis was ruled by kings before them.

Sorcerers and Witch-Kings

Over 20,000 years ago,[27] Gorgons living at the Western Peaks warred with the Atlanteans for years.[31]

From their perfection of magic and their domination of commerce, the ruling classes of Atlantis grew decadent and indolent, unwilling to fight their own battles. Atlantis, now a decadent nation, hired Queen Myrina's Amazons to root out the nest of Gorgons. The Amazons left a garrison behind to collect the payment, but was slain, as the Atlanteans hated the warrior-women and wanted to avoid payment, thus earning the eternal hated of the Amazonian nation.[8]

That council of sorcerers were possibly the "witch-kings",[24] "sorcerers-kings", "Witch Kings of Old Atlantis",[3] and "Old Witch Kings of Atlantis",[32] who used the Black Kraken as their emblem.[3][32][24] mentioned during the Hyborian Age.

In yet another tale, the Magic One, the Sage of Atlantis seemed a figure of authority on Atlantis, and often came to Kloto, one of the gremlins and leprechauns of Atlantis who regularly stole the Sacred Ball for their own amusement.[25]

Kamuu's rule (18,000 BC)

It should be noted that Kamuu's rule's beginning doesn't equate to the end of the Ten Kingdoms of Atlantis and their Ten Kings of Old, who ruled until the Fall of Atlantis.
As the Deviants subjugated most other lands, Atlantis became one of the few strongholds of humanity,[20] and reached its highest culture after the fall of Valusia.[24]

But by 18,000 BC, under the rule of King Kamuu and his wife Zartra, a Lemurian refugee, Atlantis declined as well, and was embroiled with civil war, to the point of being weakened enough to be targeted by the Deviants.[20] Dherk, a scientist, predicted the destruction of the world, which led to its banishment to Atlantis' remotest outpost, Pangea, by "Atlantis' enraged ruler".[28]

Great Cataclysm (18,000 BC)

For the full presentation of this event, please consult the Great Cataclysm page.

As barbarian mercenaries hired by Lemuria stormed Atlantis, Kamuu opened the magma-pits, killing most of the invaders, but thus triggered quakes across Atlantis and its neighboring regions. Zartra was slain instants later by Nolem, a mercenary that had survived, but he himself was killed by Kamuu.[20]

Though many other causes exist to the Great Cataclysm (including the Second Host of the Celestials), with a decent portion of those originated in Atlantis, including:[1][16]

  • Nagorbu's magnet and the search for it by his followers caused the sinking of land and ultimately triggered the Cataclysm,[15]
  • Atlantis' council of sorcerers trying to harness a fraction of the power of the Axis Mundi (to ensure their power could not be wrested from them, and in fear of Amazons' wrath) but, unable to control the energies, causing the Great Cataclysm[8][27] or rather furthering it.[27]
  • As the Magic One came to Kloto to reclaim the Sacred Ball once more. Exceeded, he banished the gremlins and leprechauns to a bottomless pit, but Atlantis was destroyed nevertheless.[25]

Evenor remained in the City of the Golden Gate as its guardian,[7] sworn to guard over the Shroud of Cleito,[30] as did Cleito as well, while Poseidon watched after the confused Atlanteans.[26]

Survivors

Part of Atlantis' population,[24] allegedly thousands, fled to the mainland of Thuria, while others went westwards:[32] Some Atlantean refugees scattered to surviving islands, including Antillia, Avalon, Mayapan, Opar, Ptahuacan, Ruta, and Zothique, and on what would became the European continent.[17] A colony settled in what became known as Yucatan, where they built pyramids.[33]

The Atlantean stock was preserved in the Thurian daughter-colony, descended into savagery, and later became the Cimmerians.[24] Likelise, the outpost of Pangea survived,[28] but Pangean society ultimately crumbled as the people fled the cities for the surrounding forest and countryside.[9]

The Uhari, Mala, and Chordai survived the Great Fall as well, through other races did not.[4][5] Similar, the gremlins, leprechauns and elfs were banished to a dry cavern within a bottomless pit, from where they couldn't escape, but plotted to return to the surface and rule it.[25]

According to legend, following the Cataclysm, some of Atlantis' humans returned to the seas as the water-breathing Homo mermanus.[34] Many stories have been told about the Homo mermanus' origins. On Jonas Case's assumption, when the seas came, Atlantis built a dome around their city, which became the haven of a species of humanoid sea creatures, with scales, gills, no ear, sharp teeth, and webbed fingers. Still according to Case's theory, they were unaware that all land wasn't sunk.[35]

This awoke beings from the stars,[36] the Great Old Ones,[37] that had been dormant for eons.[34] They created the first Aqueos from Sh'g'th tissue.[38][36] The Aqueos city of R'llyeh was rumored to be the "First Atlantis", and the source of all magic.[36]

Hyborian Age

During the Hyborian Age, contact between the various settlements of lost Atlantis, and between them and the Hyborian world were scarce:

  • The Atlanteans that went westwards were never heard of by the Hyborian world.[32] This statement can be balanced by Conan who visited Antillia,[32][39][40] Ptahuacan,[32][39] Na'at,[41] Zothique, Mayapan, and Poseidonis.[42] The Hyborians knew legends of the Seven Cities of the Antilles, made of bricks of gold and paved with silver.[32]
  • Vacharn of the Isle of Na'at admitted knowing little about the people of Antillia, and that they knew even less about them. His sons Wokal and Uldulla scoffed at the naming of the westward continent as "Mayapan" by the Antillians, stating it was Zothique to its dwellers, despite the fact both did exist. Vacharn himself did mentioned "continents".[41]
  • The Antillians believed themselves to be the last surviving city of the Atlanteans on Earth,[32] through they spoke of barbarian states founded by renegades from Atlantis and Antillia[39] in a "howling wilderness",[41] and seemingly ignored all about Zothique and its high level of civilization,[41] among other places.

Post-Hyborian Cataclysm (8,000 BC)

Circa 8,000 BC, the Post-Hyborian Cataclysm virtually erased evidence of the existence of society developed on the surviving islands of Antillia and Ptahuacan, Mayapan, Opar, Ruta, Zothique, and Avalon,[17] though the "lost Avalon isle" was later inhabited by Pressyne and her triplet daughters, Melusine, Melior, and Palatyne.[43][44]

War with Homo mermanus

Millennia ago, the races of Old Atlantis (Uhari, Mala, and Chordai) warred with the Homo mermanus Atlanteans,[5] According to the records, they were the scourge of the ocean, acting as predators, pillagers and parasites. They killed, possessed, or consumed all things.[29]

Eventually, the Homo mermani defeated the Old Atlanteans and hunted them to extinction. They were stricken from their books of knowledge, save for secrets chronicles passed down from king to king.[29] The Old Atlanteans remained in the hidden Antarctic city of Old Atlantis under Lake Vostok,[5] at the the Peak.[4]
Again, the datation around those Old Kings contradicts with established chronology: Susan Storm mentioned "hundred of thousands of years" separating modern-days from the days the Atlanteans suffered from the Old Atlanteans.[29]

Modern Age

The ghosts of Atlantis and Mu hovered over Great Britain along with those of Druid priests.[33]

The continent was re-surfaced by Morgan Le Fay.[45] Through her machinations, much of the nation of modern Atlantis was destroyed with its Homo mermanus residents exposed to the open air. The Inhumans' city of Attilan was relocated here and the Royal Family claimed hereditary rights to the land.[46] The island was later sunk through the actions of the Inhumans to protect themselves from human invaders and return the land to the Atlanteans.[47]

Return of Old Atlantis

When a group of scientists backed by the Fantastic Four's research foundation found a superstructure at the heart of Lake Vostok, Antarctica, the Fantastic Four went exploring, helped defeat an A.I.M. group, and met at the Peak with the Uhari, Mala, and Chordai Old Kings of Atlantis, and the Uhari heirs Vil and Wu, the "heirs of Old Atlantis". Susan Storm took on herself so serve as the envoy of Man and emissary to the Peak.[4]

During negotiation talks between Old Atlantis and "New Atlantis" held in the Gulf of Thailand, Old Atlantis asked for Skarka (despite being within Attuma's territories), twenty percent of the dark water located in abandoned Set-space, and full access to the Grotto of the Ancients. Those demands were dismissed, and Namor soon proceeded to slay Ul-Uhar,[48] having planned to take the Old Atlanteans down. His plan was thwarted by Susan Storm who sealed shut the place with a force-field, preventing New Atlantean forces to enter. Namor claimed Old Atlantis was plotting treachery,[29] an accusation rejected by the other kings who claimed they were "not as [they] used to be, who pointed out that Susan Storm was now ruler of Old Atlantis. Susan Storm forced Namor to accept the terms of the treaty and call off his troops.[49] The exact terms of said treaty remain unrevealed.

Alternate realities

Earth-1610

On Earth-1610, the continent of Atlantis was formerly set in the Mid-Atlantic at about 1500 miles from what would become North America. Atlantis was a land far more advanced than the rest of humanity.[50]

Atlantis warred against Lemuria, a contemporary ancient city-state[51] and sole rival of Atlantis.[50] The Lemurians were surface-dwellers, that ruled the surface, while Atlantis ruled the seas, as dictated by their treaty, which was law, for nine millenia.[52][verification needed] About 9000 years ago, Namor, Atlantis' worst super-criminal[50] and emperor was exiled[51] and imprisoned within a sarcophagus.[50]

They used the Atlantean city of Sestanivor as an embassy. As such, it had rooms for oxygen breathers. To protect its citizens, the city had a cordon of telepathic beacons to ward off deep sea predators. The city was the site of nesting for the Tan-Ed-Drul - the species the lead to the fall of the Atlantean empire,[52][verification needed] though it was presumed to be a Lemurian strike. Namor was sparred from the cataclysm by his ordeal.[50]

Atlantis and the Atlantean Avengers in Earth-10222

Earth-10222

On Earth-10222, Atlantis was never destroyed by cataclysms, and instead spearheaded a quick advancement of human civilization, leading to a state where Man lived in peace and harmony with the natural world, a paradise guarded by the almighty Atlantean Avengers.

A temporal cataclysm caused around 1,000,000 B.C. by the Multiversal Masters of Evil turned this Earth into a barren wasteland, removing the very concepts of Atlantis and Avengers from this reality.[53]

Earth-TRN237

Less than 20,000 years ago, Apocalypse came to inhabit Ship, a monitoring device left behind by the Celestials. Using it, he witnessed the rampage of the Deviants against the humans of Lemuria but was unable to use Ship against the Deviants. Consequently, he selected the strong from within the many cultures had approached Ship to examine it (some believing it to be the Tower of Babel), and relocated them to Atlantis, an uninhabited volcanic island he had selected, nearly as large as Lemuria and on the other side of the world, which he intended to be his Eden. Atlantis grew into a peaceful civilization that became a too rich bait for the Deviants to ignore. They attacked Atlantis and Apocalypse, after ensuring that the Celestials were informed by Ship of their attempted genocide, loosed the magma pits upon them, destroying them and Atlantis alike, though Apocalypse saved those he could among his chosen people. The Second Host of the Celestials consequently appeared over Lemuria, were attacked by the Deviants, causing the Great Cataclysm that destroyed Lemuria, leaving only a few to flee beneath the sea, and completed the destruction of Atlantis, while humanity survived on the mainland.[54]

Facts

Technology

Circa 18,000 BC, Atlantis had a very high level of technology, including energy plants with a network stretching into Pangea.

Orichalcum was a legendary magical metal of Atlantis.[32]

Religion

The Atlanteans and their descendants worshiped many gods from various pantheons and spheres, some benevolent, others horrific and unnameable:

After the Cataclysm

Some of the Atlantean deities were still worshiped by the remnants of Atlantis, such as in Antillia.[40] They also worshiped Xotli[32][39] and the Ahau.

The Cimmerians, descendants of Atlanteans, kept on the worship of Mannanan and Lir.[56]

Valka's worship kept on into the modern age, at least in the city of Opar, a remnant outpost of Atlantis, where its people mentioned Valka in ancient incantations.[69]

Points of Interest

  • Tiger Valley
  • City of the Golden Gate - Capital of the ten kingdoms of Atlantis,[30] and dwelling of Cleito between circa 18,500 BC to 18,000 BC, dwelling of Evenor
  • Ten unnamed cities - Capital of each province/empire of Atlantis, dwelling of the Ten
  • Western Peaks - dwelling of a Gorgons nest.[31]

Outside territories included:

  • Pangea - Outpost, resort/amusement park
  • Colony on mainland Thuria

The site of Atlantis was used as foundation for the Homo mermanus city of Atlantis (Kamuu).


For ages and into the Modern Age, the remnants of Old Atlantis were located at the Peak, Old Atlantis, a hidden city under Lake Vostok, Antarctica.

During negotiation talks between Old Atlantis and "New Atlantis", Old Atlantis asked for Skarka (despite being within Attuma's territories) and twenty percent of the dark water located in abandoned Set-space (along with full access to the Grotto of the Ancients). Those demands were dismissed,[48] Susan Storm forced Namor to accept the terms of the treaty and call off his troops.[49] The exact terms of said treaty remain unrevealed, but it can be presumed the aforementioned demands were met.

Residents

In the modern age, few Old Atlanteans remains.

  • Old Kings of Atlantis - Kings of the Uhari, Mala, Chordai, who share the throne of regent of the Peak and king of Old Atlantis

Notes

See Also

Links and References

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