Ice Age Elamites of Far Southeastern Iran Moved Eastward Into India During Bronze Age Collapse Became Elamo Dravidians


In the endorheic basin during the Ice Age which later became known as the Sistan (Saka/Scythians), progeny of Elam (a son of Shem) built an impressive civilization of cities such as at Shahr-i Sokhta, Mundigak, and Bamgur, that basin now one of driest places on earth, during the Ice Age (which ended circa 1500 b. c.) verdant fed by perhaps 30 inches of rainfall per year where now falls maybe 2 inches per year. They migrated eastward when the Ice Age ended to where they were known as the Dravidians, their language much like Elamite, Dravidian, which means in Sanskrit (japhetic) water’s edge.