How many people died in the lost city of atlantis?
There is no answer to this question since the city is lost and information about it is mainly legendary. There are theories about where it could be, but nothing that it is true or real.
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Atlantis was mentioned by Plato 2500 years ago.
How did the lost city of Atlantis get it's name you ask. You see, most people like you don't know. I do! It was named it because the the ancient story the 'Golden Mermaid' tol…d that someone stole a golden mermaid from Atlantis then the spirit rose from the dead and hanted everyone. That's why the people of Atlantis named it that to make people think it was lost and they could not steal anything and let the spirit free.
According to Plato, it sank beneath the ocean 11,000 to 12,000 years ago.
No one can say. It is considered a myth
There is no evidence that such a city ever existed, at least not bythat name. It is considered a myth.
It is somewhere near Europe and America. Maybe underwater............ Don't know,need help with homework ALSO> FU DOG FROM AMERICAN DRAGON JAKE LONG THE EPISODE HERO OF T…HE HOUR GLASS < HE IS IN ATLANTIS AND HE PULLS THE PLUG AND LETS WATER FLOOD ATLANTIS
In the myth the place sank and everyone died.
In Plato's account, it is because Atlas - the first son of a set of five twin-kings, is ruler of Atlantis and the Atlantic sea; his mother is Kleito, and his father Poseidon.
No one is sure, because it hasn't been located yet.
Atlanteans were total vegetarians they never harmed animals either, but they did harm each other! they had 10 kings but no queens. some people survived it's sinking by swimmin…g to the shores of Europe and Africa
It was made of stone.
The story of Atlantis is not a book in itself but is part of a larger work known as Republic by the Greek philosopher Plato. The story of Atlantis is a tale about a Greek i…sland nation that Plato considered the ideal form of government. It is not so much a story as a description of political structure. To show that it was just a fictional place at the end of his description Plato has the whole island sinking beneath the sea.
Unknown. Atlantis is sometimes referred to as an island, other times as a continent.
somewhere in the middle of the Atlantic ocean