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Atlantis Seaport and Harbor veiws by Duane McCullough

According to Plato: "The dockyards were filled with triremes and their appropriate equipment... and a large harbor and canal were constantly crowded by merchant vessels and their passengers arriving from all quarters, whoes vast numbers occasioned incessant shouting, clamor, and general uproar, day and night." - CRITIAS Dialogue / 117.e

"...they quarried beneath the whole central islet and outer and inner rings, thus, by the same process, excavating a pair of interior basins for shipping with a roofing of native rock." - CRITIAS Dialogue / 116.b

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