Plato presented Atlantis in Critias as an antagonistic rival to his idealistic interpretation of “Ancient Athens.” Therein his intriguing portrait of Atlantis was incredibly detailed. Plato went to great lengths of elucidation describing the history of the island, its geography, and the people who purportedly inhabited the doomed paradise before they met their end beneath the waves. How much of this tale is myth as opposed to historical fact? That question has confounding students of history and philosophy for years.
“Voices of the Past is a channel dedicated to recreating the original accounts from the people who lived through events, or who lived far closer to them than we do today. We do this word for word, with an accompanying soundtrack of rousing music and images.”