Mystery Names of Submerged Ice Age Ruins in Aboukir Bay of Egypt Perhaps Clued by Plato’s List & Pelasgians


Submerged in Aboukir bay near Alexandria, Egypt, are the impressive yet little publicized ruins of what has been called Menouthis, Thonis, or Heracleion, the reason for those names unknown and that city not mentioned in the ancient Egyptian texts apparently, but the names could be for Mneseus, a son of Sidon (Posidon) according to Plato in his Atlantis story, and for Neftuns worshipped perhaps also as Hercle who may have been Sidon (Canaan’s son) or for Peleg, a son of Heber.