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    Three Hundred Bronze Age Sites Next to Dry Stream Beds of Greece Befuddle Mainstream Historians

    What have been labeled bronze age sites in Greece, over three hundred of them, are next to dry stream beds, dry (except when it rains) since the end of the Ice Age circa 1400 b. c. Plato wrote that Greece was much more fertile during the days of Atlantis to the west, so the flooding of Atlantis really was the end of the Ice Age which was also known as the flood of Ogyges and Dardanus to the eastern Mediterraneans.

     

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