Tin Miners of Ice Age Sumer Ranged Across the Sea to Andes Realm of King Sargon to Four Quarters of the Earth

King Sargon of Mesopotamia (circa 2000 b. c. during the Ice Age) is said to have accessed tin from far to the west, probably not from Cornwall of the north Atlantic where Canaanites (Atlanteans), not Assyrians (Akkadians) nor Sumerians (Kushites), are known to have ventured, but in the Andes across the Atlantic were discovered the Fuentes Magna Bowl and the Pokotia Monolith with Sumerian writing, perhaps the buiders of Tiwanaku with Pelasgians (see the Pelasgian Finger of Roberto Mortari).