By Elly Griffiths
Evening falls on Halloween eve, the museum in King's Lynn is getting ready for an strange occasion – the hole of a coffin excavated from the positioning of a medieval church. but if archaeologist Dr Ruth Galloway arrives to oversee, she reveals the museum's curator mendacity useless beside it. Ruth and Detective Inspector Nelson are compelled to pass paths once more whilst he's referred to as in to enquire the homicide, and their previous tensions are reignited. And as Ruth turns into extra embroiled within the case, she needs to come to a decision the place her loyalties lie - a decision that her very survival relies on.
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The Pharaohs brought their country to a high pitch of readiness by a great rearmament programme, by rebuilding the towns destroyed by the catastrophes, and by raising vast armies of mercenaries . C. the threatened storm broke loose . From the north great armies invaded and occupied the whole of Greece ; only Athens withstood the attack . The invading North people came by land, but they must have been experienced shipbuilders and skilful sailors . According to legend they built a powerful fleet at Naupactos on the Gulf of Corinth, crossed the Peloponnese and destroyed the ATLANTIS 42 powerful Achaic and Cretan fleets .
These islands and coastal strips were situated in the North . With regard to the first statement, various reports confirm that the many islands and parts of the mainland which were inhabited by the Atlanteans were situated in the World Ocean. Even the repeated statement that Atlantis was situated outside the Pillars of Hercules only underlines the position of that island in the World Ocean . Nowhere in the report does it say that Atlantis was situated to the west, in the vicinity of, or at the Pillars of Hercules, as some Atlantis 57 58 ATLANTIS scholars have erroneously translated .
B) Earthquakes and floods The same applies to the " gigantic earthquakes and floods " reported by Plato, which have also been described as a product of the great Greek's imagination. In support of them also countless contemporary reports and scientific proofs can be quoted . " Egypt lay in complete desolation, its towns destroyed ,and its inhabitants victims, of the frightful catastrophe of Nature . " Diodorus of Sicily, who lived shortly before Christ, wrote in his universal history that twelve hundred years before him Lake Tritonis in North Africa disappeared in a terrible earthquake .
A Room Full of Bones (UK Edition) (Ruth Galloway Mystery, Book 4) by Elly Griffiths