Hallstatt Means Halite Rock Salt Culture of Alps Begun Around the Time of King Solomon After Ice Age Had Ended


The prolific rock-salt mines dug by the iron age Hallstatt culture of the northern Alps were not begun until circa 1000 b. c. because up until circa 1300 b. c., northern Europe was under thousands of feet of snowpack (except near the ice age ocean coastlines) during the Ice Age which had been caused by the uniformly warmer world ocean in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood.