The Treasure of Atlantis
by J. Allan Dunn
Publisher: Sacred Texts 1916
Our two heros stumbling on a trail of evidence leading to a mystical city deep in the Amazon, a shard of the lost continent where everyone speaks Ancient Greek, but live like Minoans, with a separate woman-only city devoted to worshipping a goddess.
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