An Atlas of Lost Kingdoms Discover Mythical Lands, Lost Cities and Vanished Islands

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2022-10-04
  • Publisher: Wide Eyed Editions

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On this quest around the world, you will discover lost kingdoms, phantom islands, and even legendary continents once sought by explorers but now believed to be mythical.

For centuries, people have dreamed of finding the lost worlds of Atlantis, El Dorado, and the Seven Cities of Gold. As well as shedding light on these famously elusive places, this atlas contains maps and captivating illustrations to illuminate lesser-known destinations, from the lost island of Hy-Brasil to the desert city of Zerzura. You will learn about rich mythologies from different cultures, from the Aztecs to the ancient Britons, from the Greek legends to Japanese folklore.
Most of the places in this book have never been found, but within these pages you will succeed where the adventurers of the past were thwarted. Learn about ancient maps, age-old manuscripts, and cryptic carvings that reveal clues to the whereabouts of these lost kingdoms. The journey will transport you to thoroughly other-worldly places.

From Emily HawkinsNew York Times bestselling author of Oceanology—comes this whimsical blend of myth and history, fact and fantasy. This lavish volume will fire the imaginations of young adventurers everywhere.

Author Biography

Emily Hawkins is a writer and editor of children's books for all ages. She wrote the New York Times bestseller Oceanology, as well as several other titles in the Ology series, which has sold over 16 million copies worldwide. She holds a first-class English degree from Nottingham University, and now lives in Winchester with her young family.

Lauren Baldo is an illustrator based in the Philippines. He has worked as a storyboard artist, comic artist, graphic designer, and children's book illustrator.

Table of Contents

Atlantis: Legendary sunken city
Camelot: Many-towered castle of King Arthur
Hy-Brasil: Phantom island off the Irish Coast
The Lost City of Ys: Legendary kingdom swallowed by the sea
Yggdrasil: The Nine Worlds of the Northlands
Cockaigne: A dreamland of plenty and luxury
The Fortunate Isles: Paradise islands from Greek mythology
Buyan: Vanishing island from Slavic folklore
Scholomance: Underground school of black magic
Zerzura: The oasis of little birds
Sheba: Kingdom of an ancient queen
The Lost City of the Kalahari: Fact or fiction?
Carthage: Once-great rival of Rome
Ile-Ife: Sacred homeland of the Yoruba people
Troy: City of legend
Themiscyra: Capital of the Amazons
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon: Lost wonder of the world
Iram of the Pillars: The Atlantis of the sands
Dwarka: Legendary home of a Hindu god
Shi Cheng: Real-life sunken city
Xanadu: Capital of an empire
Ryugu-jo: Underwater palace from Japanese legend
The Isle of Demons: Phantom island off the coast of Canada
The Hopi Underworld: Where it all began
The Seven Cities of Gold: A dream of impossible wealth
Aztlán: Legendary homeland of the Aztec people
El Dorado: The fabled city of gold
Ciudad Blanca: The lost city of the monkey god
Port Royal: Sunken pirate haven
Baralku: Island of the dead
Hawaiki: Homeland of the Māori people
Agartha: Imagined kingdom inside the Earth

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