Caspian Sea Anciently Called Darya-e Khazar for Son of Togarmah & Bahr Gilan for Hul a Son of Aram During the Ice Age


Two of the names for the Caspian sea anciently, during the Ice Age, were for Aram’s son Hul (Bahr Gilan) of the Golestan region of Iran (at the south end of the sea) and for Togarmah’s son Chazar or as Kosar (Darya-e Khazar) of the north end of that inland sea which outflowed (during the Ice Age) west through the thousand mile long Kuma-Manych depression to the Black Sea basin, then into the ocean down the river (Rhodos for Javan’s son?) where now is the Bosporus/Marmaras/Dardanelles passage.