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Scientists on Location

The project title harks back to Olof Rudbeck’s Atlantica (1679–1702). As this Swedish polymath argued in the four-volume work, Scandinavia had been the first place settled in Europe after the Biblical deluge; it was home to the first high civilisation which the ancient writings described under names such as Atlantis.

Rudbeck was the protagonist in a massive appropriation of mythology in which Sweden engaged in the decades around 1700. Such efforts gave the Swedish Empire (ca. 1650–1720) the cultural gravitas which the newly emerging superpower around the Baltic Sea was craving. As a result, Scandinavia shone forth as the land promised by the ancients and as the site where classical mythology had originated.

 

Dr.Bernhard Schirg and Lars (National Geographic Explorer) will be on Location.

Our Equipment is tested in rough conditions to ensure a high-quality documentation.

Filming & Photos

The project title harks back to Olof Rudbeck’s Atlantica (1679–1702). As this Swedish polymath argued in the four-volume work, Scandinavia had been the first place settled in Europe after the Biblical deluge; it was home to the first high civilisation which the ancient writings described under names such as Atlantis.

Rudbeck was the protagonist in a massive appropriation of mythology in which Sweden engaged in the decades around 1700. Such efforts gave the Swedish Empire (ca. 1650–1720) the cultural gravitas which the newly emerging superpower around the Baltic Sea was craving. As a result, Scandinavia shone forth as the land promised by the ancients and as the site where classical mythology had originated.

 

The project title harks back to Olof Rudbeck’s Atlantica (1679–1702). As this Swedish polymath argued in the four-volume work, Scandinavia had been the first place settled in Europe after the Biblical deluge; it was home to the first high civilisation which the ancient writings described under names such as Atlantis.

Rudbeck was the protagonist in a massive appropriation of mythology in which Sweden engaged in the decades around 1700.

Content Production

Bastienne Karg & Lutz Lindemann are working remote to publish as live as 4G makes it possible.