Etymology of Word Yore Same as Year & Hour Hora in Greek for Segment of Time Unspecified Now Apply to Plato’s Atlantis


In the days of yore means in the days of yesteryears, year, yore, and hour from the Greek root hora which means segment of time, duration not specified so that Plato wrote Atlantis (and much of Greece) were consumed by the sea 9,600 horas before Solon’s day (circa 600 b. c.) is much better suited to those horas having been months, Atlantis with bronze metallurgy and global navigation.