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| Population =
 
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| First = Fantastic Four #6
 
| First = Fantastic Four #6
| Creators = Stan Lee; Jack Kirby
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| Creators = Plato; Stan Lee; Jack Kirby
   
 
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...<!-- listing survivors and their whereabouts: histories Conan and Solomon Kane, Netheria -->
 
...<!-- listing survivors and their whereabouts: histories Conan and Solomon Kane, Netheria -->
   
Some Atlantean refugees scattered on surviving islands, including [[Antillia]], [[Avalon]], [[Mayapan]], [[Opar]], [[Ptahuacan]], [[Ruta]] and [[Zothique]], and on what would became the [[Europe]]an continent.{{r|All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #1|; [[Atlantis]]' entry}}<!-- => Cimmerians? --><!-- ...{{r|Savage Sword of Conan #39|; Moon of the Skulls Parts Three and Four}} -->
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Some Atlantean refugees scattered on surviving islands, including [[Antillia]], [[Avalon (Atlantis)|Avalon]], [[Mayapan (Continent)|Mayapan]], [[Opar (City)|Opar]], [[Ptahuacan]], [[Ruta]] and [[Zothique]], and on what would became the [[Europe]]an continent.{{r|All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #1|; [[Atlantis]]' entry}}<!-- => Cimmerians? --><!-- ...{{r|Savage Sword of Conan #39|; Moon of the Skulls Parts Three and Four}} -->
   
 
...{{r|{{c|Conan the Barbarian Annual #7}} / {{c|Marvel Graphic Novel #42|Marvel Graphic Novel #42|: [[Conan of the Isles]]}}, Part I: Red Shadows and Black Kraken!}}{{r|Marvel Graphic Novel #42|: [[Conan of the Isles]], Part II: Dragons from an Unknown Sea!}}{{r|Marvel Graphic Novel #42|: [[Conan of the Isles]], Part III: Gods of Light and Darkness!}}{{r|Conan the Savage #10|; The Necromancers of Na'at}}
 
...{{r|{{c|Conan the Barbarian Annual #7}} / {{c|Marvel Graphic Novel #42|Marvel Graphic Novel #42|: [[Conan of the Isles]]}}, Part I: Red Shadows and Black Kraken!}}{{r|Marvel Graphic Novel #42|: [[Conan of the Isles]], Part II: Dragons from an Unknown Sea!}}{{r|Marvel Graphic Novel #42|: [[Conan of the Isles]], Part III: Gods of Light and Darkness!}}{{r|Conan the Savage #10|; The Necromancers of Na'at}}
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| Residents = Formerly [[Kentauros|Centaurs]]{{r|All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #1|; [[Atlantis]]' entry}}
 
| Residents = Formerly [[Kentauros|Centaurs]]{{r|All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #1|; [[Atlantis]]' entry}}
   
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* [[Character Index/A#Arthog|Arthog]]
 
* [[Ku-Var (Earth-616)|Ku-Var]]
 
* [[Ku-Var (Earth-616)|Ku-Var]]
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* [[Character Index/L#Lhok-Nor|Lhok-Nor]]
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* [[Character Index/T#Tokor|Tokor]]
   
===Arthog (Earth-616)===
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| Notes = * Atlantis is a fictional island mentioned in [[Plato (Earth-1218)|Plato]]'s works "Timaeus" and "Critias".
[[Image:Arthog (Earth-616) from Savage Sword of Conan Vol 1 229 0001.png|right|thumb|Arthog]]
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** In [[Marvel Comics]], it existed as the continent of ancient Atlantis, and as the water-breathing ''[[Homo mermanus]]'' kingdom of [[Atlantis (Modern)|Atlantis]], and was the name given to many cities, including [[Atlantis (Byrrah)|Byrrah]], [[Atlantis (Tha-Korr)|Tha-Korr]], ... (named after the founding emperor of the city).{{citation}}<!-- unsure they're named that way or for that reason --> [[R'llyeh]], the home of the [[Aqueos]] (incorrectly seen as the "Atlantean vampires), obviously inspired by [[R'lyeh (Location)|R'lyeh]] and other elements of the [[Cthulhu Mythos]], was also known as the "First Atlantis"
Arthog was the slave master on board the Lemurian pirate craft which rescued and enslaved Kull when he escaped from Atlantis.{{r|Savage Sword of Conan #229}}
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** The remnants of Atlantis after its [[Great Cataclysm|destruction]] were also heavily developped in Marvel Comics, inspired by mythological, theosophical, literary locations (originally connected to Atlantis or not<!-- Avalon. Mayapan and Zothique? -->), or from original ideas:<!--
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===Lhok-Nor (Earth-616)===
 
[[Image:Lhok-Nor (Earth-616) from Kull the Conqueror Vol 2 2 001.png|right|thumb|Lhok-Nor]]
 
Lhok-Nor was the chieftain of the Atlanteans, who promised her daughter [[Sareena (Earth-616)|Sareena]] to King Kull. As soon as Sareena was assassinated in the [[City of Wonders]] during the wedding ceremony, Lhok-Nor declared war to [[Valusia]] and attacked the capital. Kull then persuaded him and [[Taku (Pict) (Earth-616)|Taku]] to venture into the catacombs beneath the city and discover the real threat for the human race represented by the [[Wolf Men]]. Moved by Kull's love for his daughter, Lhok-Nor agreed to help him defeat the [[Demonolater (Earth-616)|Demonolater]] and ended the war.{{r|Kull the Conqueror Vol 2 2}}
 
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===Tokor (Earth-616)===
 
[[Image:Tokor (Earth-616) from Savage Sword of Conan Vol 1 229 001.png|right|thumb|Captain Tokor]]
 
Tokor was the captain of the Lemurian pirate craft which rescued and enslaved Kull when he escaped from Atlantis.{{r|Savage Sword of Conan #229}}
 
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| Notes = Atlantis was mentioned in [[Cthulhu Mythos]] tales such as "The Hounds of Tindalos" by [[Frank Belnap Long]] or "Haunter of the Dark" by [[Howard Phillips Lovecraft (Earth-1218)|H.P. Lovecraft]].
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*** ''[[Homo mermanus]]'': who? -->
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*** [[Ruta]] was mentioned by theosophist [[Wikipedia:William Scott-Elliot|William Scott-Elliot]]. According to him, it eventually became [[Poseidonis]]
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*** [[Poseidonis]]<!-- unsure, need further studies --> was a fictional location, a remnant of Atlantis, first mentioned by theosophist [[Wikipedia:Helena Blavatsky|Helena Blavatsky]] (mentioned as being named by Plato himself).<!-- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Scott-Elliot --> It was also mentioned by [[Algernon Blackwood]] in his story "Sand" (published in 1912), and later in [[Clark Ashton Smith]]'s in his poem "Tolometh" (copyright 1958), which is included in "Into the citadel of Sin", in {{c|Conan the Adventurer #13}} (June, 1995)<!-- and in [[L. Sprague de Camp]] -->.
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*** [[Opar (Location)|Opar]] is a fictional lost city in the [[Tarzan]] novels of [[Edgar Rice Burroughs (Earth-1218)|Edgar Rice Burroughs]], first appearing in the second Tarzan novel, "The Return of Tarzan" (1913).<!-- , adaptation of "The Jewels of Opar" --><!--
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*** [[Cimmeria]]
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*** [[Negari]]
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*** [[Mayapan (Continent)|Mayapan]] was a lost land created by [[L. Sprague de Camp]] and [[Lin Carter]] in [[Conan of the Isles]] (October, 1968), adapted in {{c|Marvel Graphic Novel #42}} (1988). Its name was presumably borrowed from the [[Mayan]] site [[Wikipedia:Mayapan|Mayapan]].<!-- already related to Atlantis in the original stoy --><!--
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*** [[Zothique]] --><!-- possibly only related through connection to Mayapan in Marvel. Connected under Clark Ashton Smith's writing? no mention on the Zothique wikipedia page -->
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*** [[Avalon (Atlantis)|Avalon]], created by [[Glenn Herdling]] and [[Geof Isherwood]] in {{c|Namor the Sub-Mariner #62}} (May, 1995) was inspired by the [[Avalon (Otherworld)|Avalon]] from celtic and arthurian myths, and possibly by theosophist [[Wikipedia:William Scott-Elliot|William Scott-Elliot]], who mentioned that Atlantis survived in the form of two island: [[Ruta]] (which also appears in ''Namor the Sub-Mariner #62'') and "Daitya".<!--
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*** [[Netheria]]
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** Atlantis was mentioned in [[Cthulhu Mythos]] tales such as "The Hounds of Tindalos" by [[Frank Belnap Long]] or "Haunter of the Dark" by [[Howard Phillips Lovecraft (Earth-1218)|H.P. Lovecraft]].
 
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[[Category:Pre-Cataclysmic Atlantis]]
 
[[Category:Pre-Cataclysmic Atlantis]]
 
[[Category:Cthulhu Mythos Locations]]
 
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[[Category:Islands]]

Latest revision as of 14:23, November 2, 2019

Please note that this page is a work in progress. See Atlantis (Disambiguation) for more information.


History

Namor stated that Atlantis was the first human civilization on Earth.[2] 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.

Pre-Cataclysmic Age

In ancient times, the chieftain Gandaro of the Spear raided the coast of Valusia.[3] 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.[4]

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

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

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

Circa 18,500 BC,[5] Kull,[citation needed] an Atlantean warrior[5] of the Sea-Mountain tribe[citation needed] rose as the Tiger King of the City of Wonders[5] and of Valusia.[5]

Great Cataclysm

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

Hyborian Age

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Some Atlantean refugees scattered on surviving islands, including Antillia, Avalon, Mayapan, Opar, Ptahuacan, Ruta and Zothique, and on what would became the European continent.[5]

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Circa 8,000 BC, the Post-Hyborian Cataclysm virtually erased evidence of the existence of society developed on the surviving islands.[5]

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Modern Age

The continent was re-surfaced by Morgan le Fay.[11] 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.[12] The island was later sunk through the actions of the Inhumans to protect themselves from human invaders and return the land to the Atlanteans.[13]

Residents

Formerly Centaurs[5]

Notes

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

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