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    Wiki Says Atlantic Bronze Age Began Seven Centuries After Inception in Netherlands Making No Sense

    When the bronze age began in western Europe is very confusing to the uniformitarians, for instance Wikipedia saying that the Atlantic Bronze Age began circa 1300 b. c. while saying in the Netherlands circa 2000 b. c., so why would the ancient Frisians there be more advanced for seven centuries than those near the actual copper and tin deposits of Spain and Britain used for bronze? Everyone knows that bronze age metallurgy was ongoing in southwestern Spain, western France, and Britain circa 2000 b. c., but the uniformitarians can’t come to grips with the fact that Atlantis was the “Atlantic Bronze Age” culture which ended circa 1500 b. c., when the Ice Age ended, that alloy production of course then having extended into the “iron age.”


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