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The Lost Lemuria: Maps

THE LOST LEMURIA

BY W. SCOTT-ELLIOT

THE THEOSOPHICAL PUBLISHING HOUSE, LTD.; LONDON

[1904]


Theosophical Maps of Lemuria

Map 1: Lemuria at its Greatest Extent
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Map 1: Lemuria at its Greatest Extent

Map 2: Lemuria at a Later Period
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Map 2: Lemuria at a Later Period


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