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Augustus Le Plongeon
[Augustus Le Plongeon]
May 4, 1825 - 1908
Surveyor, doctor of medicine and photographer, Augustus Le Plongeon spent twelve years in Yucatan, as the first to excavate the ruins of Chichen Itza
"Wearing full Masonic regalia, French archeologist Augustus le Plongeon strikes a somber pose. His excavations of Mayan ruins in the 1880s convinced him that refugees from Mu, a lost continent resembling Atlantis, had founded the Mayan civilization."
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Mystic Places (Mysteries of the unknown) By the Editors of Time-Life Books. Time-Life Books, Alexandria, Virginia, 1987. ISBN : 0-8094-6312-1. 160 pp. p. 26. Portrait: by Alice Dixon Le Plongeon, c. 1875. Portrait in regalia: Atlantis, Mother of Empires, Robert B. Stacy-Judd [Robert Benjamin], (1884- ). Los Angeles : DeVorss & Co., 1939. No. 757 of 1500 copies, 336 pp.. illus. (incl. maps) plates (1 col.) ports., tables (1 fold) fold. diagr. 32 cm. Includes index. plate facing page 141.

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