Etruscans Built Upon Older Cyclopean Structures in the Hills Northeast of Rome Like Mycenaean Megalithics

Virgil wrote that the Pelasgi, who were progeny of Peleg (see Genesis 10), preceded the Etruscans’ dominance in Italy (before circa 800 b. c.), and the Greeks wrote that the Pelasgians preceded the Hellenes (progeny of Elisha) in dominance of Greece, so obviously the impressive cyclopean ruins beneath Etruscan constructions built on top were by the Pelasgians, explaining the similarity of the cyclopean constructed citadels at Mycenae and Tiryns in Greece, and like submerged ruins therefore known to be older than 1500 b. c. such as in the Black Sea a mile from Anapa, Russia.