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    Sea of Marmara was Ice Age Lake Below Black Sea Basin Lake Too When Settled After Tower of Babel

    During the Ice Age following Noah’s Flood, the Black Sea was a huge freshwater lake which outflowed into a much smaller lake below, today where is the Sea of Marmara, connected to the Aegean through the Dardanelle strait (a river during the Ice Age) named for Dardanus since circa 1400 b. c. when the Ice Age ended. So of course submerged ruins are found in many locations in the Sea of Marmara, and at several locations in the Black Sea, for instance the impressive megalithic ruins off Anapa, Russia which look like the cyclopean ruins in the Andes.


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