(PRWEB) July 20, 2006
According to Attabari, to the north of Morocco, in xazirat al-Andalus or "island of Andalus", existed the city of Andalus; city that was covered with golden brass.
The investigator and scientific atlantologist Georgeos Diaz-Montexano, defends that this testimony of the Arab authors is sustained in a tradition on the island of Atlantis or Atlantida described by Plato, whose main city or the Acropolis was covered with brass and oreichalkós, a metal species of copper gilded, similar to gold.
The Arab sources still demonstrate that in the heat of Medieval Age, Iberia was considered like a great island or peninsula (xazirat) and like this was identified with a same island or peninsula that had a city covered by a type of brass of gilded color, that only could be the same island or peninsula (Nêsos) that Plato denominates Atlantis or Atlantida.
Resource: Scientific Atlantology International Society (SAIS) http://www.antiquos.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=14