The first part of an incomplete trilogy of works by Plato, started in 355 B.C.E., containing an account of the creation of the world, the nature of man, and the most complete (and earliest) account of the story of Atlantis in the form of a dialogue spoken by Kritias in 421, who had heard the tale from Solon after a trip to Egypt, the traditional repository of ancient knowledge.

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