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    Mycenaean Fortresses Such as Cecropia Athens Begun Built by Kings in Plato’s Atlantean Timeframe

    Why the megalithic “mycenaean” citadel fortresses were begun built circa 1400 b. c. (not before) remains a mystery to mainstream investigators, not realizing that the Ice Age was ending then, when kings Cecrops and Erechtheus mentioned by Plato having lived in the timeframe that Atlantis and much of Greece were consumed by the sea built the cyclopean structures where would be called Athens, first named Cecropia, where the Erechtheum was built. Such megalithic building was not new at that time, because many sites of submerged megalithic ruins are reported at many locations of coastal Greece, just ask the Greeks, they will tell you.

     

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