Hispanics Began in Ezpanna Basque Word for Edge or Hidden Place to Phoenicians Who Lied on Gibraltar Passage

Iron age Phoenicians told the Greeks that the passage to the outer ocean the Atlantic was blocked ever since Atlantis went under so that the Greeks would not go, to Ezpanna meaning border (the western edge of Europe), or meaning hidden place, where Atlanteans had mined the Sierra Morena mountains as described in Plato’s tale, that hidden place though known to many during the iron age as Tartessos.