Atlantis or not, that culture was quite advanced architecturally. Anyway, i started doing some googling to see if i could find any coins from that culture. I didn't find anything yet, however because i was including Atlantis in my search terms i encountered some other articles/forum posts speculating about Atlantis - one of which thought maybe Atlantis was the Americas. That idea hasn't been legitimized (the culture from the History documentary seems way more likely to me), BUT it did lead me to some speculation about a Carthaginian coin having a world map on it! Here's a brief summary of what he claims to have found - it includes a link to his university page, but this page showed a color image with a better depiction of what he was looking at: https://phoenicia.org/america.html The image of the coin is copyrighted and i don't have one in my collection, but it's a gold tanit from Carthage and the side with the horse has some markings which is what he interprets as a world map. I thought that was interesting and it's something i want to read more about, but ultimately this led me to wonder what different ancient coins have maps on them? I have one in my collection: https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/5769494-016/NGCAncients/ Sorry for the bad photo quality - it's an AE13 with a dark patina and it's slabbed, so it's really hard for me to photograph using my phone (i don't have a coin photo setup pulled together yet), and unfortunately the NGC linked photos don't seem all that much better. It's from the Achaemenid empire, possibly minted in Ionia. AE13 I don't have the weight since it's not listed on the slab and for now i'm not removing it from the slab. When i bought the coin it was listed as the map being of Ephesos. Show me your neat map coins please peeps! Also curious as to peoples' thoughts on the possible map on the Carthaginian coin - is it a map? do you think it depicts the Americas?