One such liver-map which was used by the ancient Etruscans in what is now modern Italy, was discovered in 1877 (below left), and it has been dated to the 3rd Century B.C.. When this oblong-shaped liver-map's image is reversed and compared to the Atlantic Ocean's bottom topography outside of the Gibraltar Strait, it becomes immediately apparent that numerous features of the liver-map closely match the features of the Atlantic's bottom in this area. Incredibly, this is the exact same area where the ancient Greek Philosopher Plato (427 B.C.-347 B.C.) stated in his writings that there once existed a heavenly oblong plain on an island called "Atlantis". Astonishingly the word "plain" in the ancient ancient Sumerian language (which was possibly used by the Hebrews), is translated as EDEN!
The spoke-shaped engraving on the liver-map's surface closely resembles the underwater arrangement of the Madeira Islands, and the triangular pyramid on its surface closely matches the shape of the island of Tenerife of the Canary Island chain. Even the bulbous teardrop appendage on this liver-map's surface closely resembles the raised teardrop/comma shaped area found on the Atlantic Ocean's bottom. Incredibly, when the general features of the liver-map are traced over the Atlanticís bottom features and are put to scale, the tracing encompasses an area which measures approximately 345 miles north to south, and 230 miles east to west - the exact dimensions of the oblong plain Plato said once existed in the central area of a mythical island called Atlantis..... in that exact location!
When the central engraved label on the teardrop/comma-shaped feature of the Etruscan liver-map is read, it reads "LETA", but when reversed it reads "ATEL", possibly indicating that this area corresponds to the AT-Place of + EL - God, or rather THE PLACE OF GOD. Remarkably, this teardrop/comma shaped feature also seems to resemble the teardrop/comma shaped feature of the Native American snake gorget as well, which as theorized here, can be associated with the location of the "City of David" as labeled on the Old Jerusalem map referenced previously. Remarkably, the "City of David" was and still is, considered the throne of - the place of, the Hebrew god on earth.