Palestine Named for Indo-European Philistines by Greeks Then Romans Who Blotched Out Name of Israel Holy Land


Although the conqueror Alexander the Great showed deference to Israel by not annihilating her, he nevertheless began to call the nation Palestine (not Israel), for the Philistines strangely enough, who had arrived in the Levant circa 1300 b. c. by sea from the Adriatic where they were called the Palaeste, like the Mycenaeans indo european with similar cultural evidence discovered.