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    Progeny of Elam Son of Shem and Kush of Ham Settled Where Now is Persian Gulf During Ice Age

    Ancient Elam (son of Shem) during the Ice Age was vast across western and southern Iran, the progeny of Kush (son of Ham) nearby in Mesopotamia (Sumer), but during the Ice Age (which ended circa 1500 b. c.), the Persian Gulf was marshland and river (the Shatt al Arab) surely occupied by the same tribes, and there are many sites of submerged ruins reported in the Persian Gulf, for instance off the island of Kish.

     

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