Lithuania NFKA A Lyga 2004
Atlantas Klaipeda finished third on 50 points in the Lithuania NFKA A Lyga in 2004, behind FBK Kaunas (65 Points) and Ekranas Panevezys (62 Points). They did well to finish 13 points above Zalgiris Vilnius from the Capital City, who finished fourth in the 8-team league. Atlantas are named after the Atlantic Ocean, of which the Baltic Sea next to Lithuania is part of. Klaipeda is a Harbour Town on the Baltic Sea. Atlantean Civilization is sometimes used to describe a Civilization that includes both the Gaelic and British Celts and the Atlantic Fringe of the Basque Country, Etruscans and North Africans such as the Tamashek and Tuareg [See References 2-4]
Klaipeda Harbour & Stadium
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KLAIPEDA,LITHUANIA- AUG 02 :view of the view of petrol industrial zone and harbor on August 02,2011 in Klaipeda, Lithuania.
 Mike Hammond (Ed.) “Lithuania” European Book of Football. P. 476. M Press. Romford, Essex, United Kingdom.
 Roaring water Press (2020) Bronze Age Copper Mining [Internet] Svailable from: https://roaringwaterjournal.com/tag/bronze-age-copper-mining/ [Accessed 30 October 2020]
 Barry Cunliffe (2020) The Atlantean Irish: Ireland’s Oriental and Maritime Heritage [Internet] Availavle from: https://www.lilliputpress.ie/product/the-atlantean-irish-irelands-oriental-and-maritime-heritage [Accessed 30 October 2020]
 [References: see Encyclopedia Brittanica sections on Indo-European, Celtic, and Afro-Asiatic languages: Encyclopedia Britannica | Britannica ]
Thanks to Kevin Smyth, Jim Naughton, Robert Gorby
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