Entrance to Cosquer Cave Near Marseilles Submerged Since End of Ice Age Same Time Monolithic Lighthouse Off Tunisia

Be sure to read further about the rock art in Cosquer Cave, its entrance now 130 feet below sea level near Marseille and said by the uniformitarians to have been submerged during “the Holocene” circa 7000 b. c.,  yet the forty foot monolithic lighthouse discovered on the Pantellera Vecchia bank between Tunisia and Sicily is the same depth, but said by the uniformitarians to have been submerged 10,000 years before was Cosquer Cave, the implication following that it took over 10,000 years for the Ice Age to have ended while the evidence indicates its end within about a century.