Titanology is the scholarly study of the myths of ancient titans and cyclopean sites associated with them. Titanology is divided as an academic discipline between the autochthonists and the titanists. Autochthonists emphasize the body of original literature about titans as the substance of an ancient Geddamin civilization of some notoriety. Titanists see the ancient accounts as originally truthful with errors and lacuna introduced through the long period of decline between the Antediluvian past and modern times. Despite this philosophical difference, most of the sources for these two branches remain the same, including the Aturyandakumi.
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