Submerged Port Cities on Rivers Several Miles Inland from Ice Age Shoreline for Safety & Fear of Sea Maybe Rising


During the Ice Age, in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood, the ocean ports were built on rivers at least a few miles from the Ice Age ocean shoreline which was two to three hundred vertical feet lower than today, built at those locations considerable distances upstream from the Ice Age ocean shoreline for safety from storms, and out of fear that the sea level might rise (Noah’s Flood fresh in their minds), the reason so many sites of submerged ruins so far discovered are not two to three hundred feet deep, rather in the 30 to 100 foot range, born out by that Plato said the concentric canal city of Atlantis (submerged perhaps thirty miles south of Cadiz) was five miles from the (ice age) ocean shoreline.