King Theseus of Atlantis Fame Battled Amazons Along Shoreline of Black Sea Newly Infilled When Ice Age Ended


Most people don’t realize that the same greek king Theseus circa 1300 b. c., who fought the Minotaur at Knossos and the Amazons along the shore of the Black Sea, was one of the greek kings who (according to Plato) lived in the timeframe that Atlantis and much of Greece were consumed by the sea, who lived about a hundred years after the Ice Age ended. The great Hercules having departed from the crew of the Argonauts also fought the Amazons at that time, when the Amazons had only recently migrated from Lake Tritonis (southern Tunisia) which dried up when the Ice Age ended.