Eastern Extent of Atlantis Described by Plato Marked by Narrow Passage Between Sicily & Tunisia During Ice Age

A thirty-mile-wide sea passageway between Tunisia and Sicily was all which connected the eastern Mediterranean with the western during the Ice Age (when sea level was a few hundred feet lower), the ice age occupiers of the western Mediterranean the Atlanteans wrote Plato, who said the empire of Atlantis extended inside the Pillars of Hercules (Gibraltar) to the Tyrhennian sea (Italy) and to Libya, but actually to where today is called Tunisia according to where was the narrow ice age passage.