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    World Ocean During the Ice Age Didn’t Reach the Black Sea When Biblical Tribes Settled Its Shores

    Scientists marvel at the distinct submerged shoreline of the huge lake which later became the Black Sea when the world ocean rose up the river-lake-river valley where now are the Dardanelles, the Sea of Marmara, and the Bosporus strait to infill that lake basin when the Ice Age was ending, increasing the area of that great body of water by 50%, and consumed by that flood are ruins found off Anapa, Snake Island, and Sinope for instance. Those were buildings of the tribes of Peleg (Pelasgians/Iberians), Tiras (Thrace), and Gomer (Cimmerians).


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