Impressive Cyclopean Ruins at Alatri in Lazio Built About Three Centuries Before End of Ice Age Like Mycenae


Italian archaeologists say that the amazing megalithic structures at Alatri east of Rome were built circa 1800 b. c. by the Pelasgians, the ruins which look much like those at Myceanae and Tiryns in Greece, also built in that timeframe, and the submerged “cyclopean” ruins in the Black Sea off Anapa, as well such structures reported submerged off Greece, because the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c. Although the Mycenaeans did speak the Greek language, they obviously had learned their building from the Pelasgians who dominated the region, and Italy, during the Ice Age.