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    Ice Age Glaciers on Mediterranean Mountains Melted When Climate Dried Out Because Skies Cleared

    Even the mountains of Crete had glaciers during the Ice Age, along with the Balkans, Apennines, and the rest (over 5,000 feet) of the Mediterranean region, then those glaciers melted because the skies cleared as the Ice Age began to end circa 1500 b. c., when obviously the rainfall decreased also, the “bronze age collapse.”

     

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