Eumalos of Cyrene Malta and the Mount Atlantika

Eumalos of Cyrene was a Greek copyist it living in North Africa two or three generations  after Plato ‘ s lifetime.

According to the 1830 appendix (guide of Malta  written in  Italian) Eumalos once transcribed a text stating that “the famous Ogyge was the king of Atlantis, the island that once was between Libia and Sicily and was submerged. This island was known as Decapolis Atlantika by our forefathers  of Cyrene as well as by the ancient Greeks.”

Ogyge lent his name to Ogygia, the island where Odysseus is kept by the nymph Calypso in the Odyssey. Several ancient writers hypothesized that Ogygia was actually  Malta.

The guidebook  translation  of Eumalos  noyes that Malta is “nothing more than the summit of the Mount Atlantika “.Eumalos of Cyrene was a Greek copy it living in North Africa two or three generations  after Plato ‘ s lifetime.

According to the 1830 appendix (guide of Malta  written in  Italian) Eumalos once transcribed a text stating that “the famous Ogyge was the king of Atlantis, the island that once was between Libia and Sicily and was submerged. This island was known as Decapolis Atlantika by our forefathers  of Cyrene as well as by the ancient Greeks.”

Ogyge lent his name to Ogygia, the island where Odysseus is kept by the nymph Calypso in the Odyssey. Several ancient writers hypothesized that Ogygia was actually  Malta.

The guidebook  translation  of Eumalos  noyes that Malta is “nothing more than the summit of the Mount Atlantika “. was a Greek copyist it living in North Africa two or three generations  after Plato ‘ s lifetime.
According to the 1830 appendix (guide of Malta  written in  Italian) Eumalos once transcribed a text stating that “the famous Ogyge was the king of Atlantis, the island that once was between Libia and Sicily and was submerged. This island was known as Decapolis Atlantika by our forefathers  of Cyrene as well as by the ancient Greeks.”

Ogyge lent his name to Ogygia, the island where Odysseus is kept by the nymph Calypso in the Odyssey. Several ancient writers hypothesized that Ogygia was actually  Malta.

The guidebook  translation  of Eumalos  noyes that Malta is “nothing more than the summit of the Mount Atlantika “.