Ask Your Professor About the Greek Kings in Days of Atlantis’ Demise According to Plato When Did Those Legends Live?


Every historian on ancient Greece agrees that the history of that land is sketchy before circa 1500 b. c. when it was known as Pelasgia, when too whom later would be called the Phoenicians plied the sea as well, the Sidonians, for Sidon, mythologized by the Libyans and the Greeks as Posidon the sea god, he was Sidon a son of Canaan. Plato wrote that Atlantis and much of Greece (Pelasgia) was consumed by the sea in the days of the greek kings Erichthonios, Theseus, Cecrops, Erechtheus, and Erysichthon, so the question to ask your ancient Greece professors is wasn’t that when the Ice Age ended?