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    During the late bronze age, Kekropia was the name of the citadel fortress known as the Acropolis of Athens before it was renamed circa 800 b.c. for that ancient egyptian goddess Neith/Athena.  The great late-helladic king Cecrops was the original megalithic builder of the Acropolis circa 1300 b.c. (with the nearby acropolis of Kiapha Thiti having been dominant before), so that Plato’s having referred to the city of Athens circa 9600 b.c. in his Atlantis story is certainly rendered ridiculous, Plato even having said that storied Atlantis (and much of Greece) was consumed by the sea in the timeframe of Cecrops, the founder of the the famous Acropolis of Greece.

    Actually the first king of the Acropolis was Actaeus, namesake of that ancient name of that greek region Attica, having been then ruled by Cecrops because Actaeus sired no sons, so the true history of ancient Greece was far different in many ways than what Plato had portrayed in his Critias and Timaeus, reporting what the egyptian priests of the post-ice-age port city of Sais, Egypt, had told the greek historian Solon circa 600 b.c., those egyptian priests really ignorant of greek bronze age history, having aggrandized its timeline to a ridiculous degree, of which clearly Plato should have been aware.

    Plato reported circa 400 b.c. in his Atlantis story that huge timbers of ancient greek buildings were still evident in Greece from the time when “Athens” had been at war with Atlantis, when ancient Greece according to Plato was much greener with extensive forests of huge trees, so are we really to believe that ancient timbers remained for over 9,000 years until Plato’s time?  King Ogyges is said to have lived circa 1500 b.c. when the “ogygian flood” consumed much of Greece, really the time of the end of the ice age, the time when rainfall began to decrease greatly having diminished the greenery of ice age Greece, then known as Pelasgia in reality, namesake of Pelasgus/Peleg, five generations from Noah, the greek Deucalion of global flood fame.

    Read more about all this at http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, where you’ll discover much more about the rich biblical history revealed in the true chronology of the ancient Mediterranean, and of all the world, the ice age of atlantean and pelasgian times, the “bronze age,” having been caused by the warmer world ocean after Noah’s Flood, it’s just hydrology 101, that only a warmer ocean, geothermally heated, could have been the engine for the much greater evaporation to have formed the dense cloudcover for the ice age, and be sure to run it by your professors.

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