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Ron Spanuth Ron Spanuth (born March 25, 1980) is a German cross country skier who competed from 1997 to 2002. He won a bronze medal in the 4 x 10 km at the 2001 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Lahti and earned his best individual finish of 18th in the 50 km event at those same championships.
Ron Spanuth Spanuth won four races up to 15 km in his career in 1999 and 2000.
David Saperton Saperton continued his studies with Spanuth in Germany, where he appeared in a joint concert with Geraldine Farrar in Berlin, 1908. In 1909 he performed a large repertoire in 180 cities throughout Europe.
Wilhelm von Christ In 1886, Wilhelm Christ was the first who put forward the theory that the so-called Sea Peoples are identical with Plato's Atlanteans. Later, this thesis was repeated under varying perspectives by scholars and researchers such as Theodor Gomperz, Spyridon Marinatos, Jürgen Spanuth, John V. Luce, or Herwig Görgemanns.
Cymbrian flood Researchers such as Jürgen Spanuth (1907–1998) have sought to push back the date of the Cymbrian flood by more than a millennium, severing its historical links with the wanderings of the Cimbri and Teutons and linking it instead with the Invasions of the Sea Peoples of the late 13th and early 12th centuries BC, driven from their northern homelands to attack the settled kingdoms of the Mediterranean.
David Saperton Saperton was born David Sapirstein in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on October 29, 1889. David Saperton began the study of piano at the age of six, under the guidance of his grandfather, an internationally-known tenor and musician. Mr. Saperton's father, a graduate physician of the University of Pittsburgh, was also a basso of repute. Leopold Godowsky, his later father-in law, heard David as a child prodigy of eight. His principal teacher was German pianist and editor August Spanuth (1857–1920), who was known as a music critic in New York City and later took a professorship at the Berlin Stern Conservatory. Young Saperton also attended masterclasses of Ferruccio Busoni and may have had some lessons with Rafael Joseffy.
Location hypotheses of Atlantis The North Sea is known to contain lands that were once above water; the medieval town of Dunwich in East Anglia, for example, crumbled into the sea. The land area known as "Doggerland", between England and Denmark, was inundated by a tsunami around 8200BP (6200BC), caused by a submarine landslide off the coast of Norway known as the Storegga Slide, and prehistoric human remains have been dredged up from the Dogger Bank. Atlantis itself has been identified besides Heligoland off the north-west German coast by the author Jürgen Spanuth, who postulates that it was destroyed during the Bronze Age around 1200 BC, only to partially re-emerge during the Iron Age. Ulf Erlingsson hypothesized that the island that sank referred to Dogger Bank, and the city itself referred to the Silverpit crater at the base of Dogger Bank. A book allegedly by Oera Linda claims that a land called Atland once existed in the North Sea, but was destroyed in 2194 BC.