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Frank Joseph is the author of twenty histories --- ancient and modern --- published in eighteen different languages. Born in Chicago and educated at Southern Illinois University’s School of Journalism, a member of the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago and a scuba diver since 1962, he has participated in underwater archaeological expeditions in the Bahamas, Yucatan, the Canary Islands, the Aegean and Polynesia. A frequent guest speaker across the United States, Joseph has also lectured in Britain, Slovenia, and throughout Japan, where he was made “Professor of World Archaeology” by Kyushu’s Savant Society. Japanese national television has broadcast two different programs about his work. In 1998, he received the Victor Moseley Award for his work on behalf of cultural diffusionist archaeology from Columbus, Ohio’s Midwest Epigraphic Society. He also received 1999’s Burrows Cave Society Award, and his work has been additionally commended by the Ancient American Artifacts Preservation Foundation. Frank Joseph has published more books and magazine articles about the lost civilization of Atlantis than any other author in history, and began as editor-in-chief of Ancient American magazine with its first issue in 1993. He lives today with his wife, Laura, and Norwegian Forest Cat, Sammy, near Lake Pepin, the widest stretch of the Mississippi. Website: ancientamerican.com and his books on: amazon.com
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