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    Why Hellen son of Deucalion Explains Greek History Elysian Hellenes Followed Pelasgians

    That the Hellenes replaced the Pelasgians in domination of Greece (when the Ice Age had ended) is reflected in the greek legend that the son of the global flood hero (pelasgian Deucalion) was Hellen, father of the Hellenes or Elysians.

    But of course Elisha (son of Javan) was the father of the Elysians/Hellenes, and the Pelasgians were named for Peleg (skoi/ski), a son of Heber, after Noah (Deucalion) having been their ancestor by several generations.

     

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