Pelasgian Dardanus of Dardania Central Balkans Migrated to Samothrace Then Hellespont Where Troy Built


Classical Roman and Greek historians wrote that the Dardani of the central Balkans were named for the same Dardanus who moved eastward (when the Ice Age was ending) to found Dardania on the coast of northwestern Turkey not far from the Dardanelle strait which was changing from river to sea in that day when the ocean rose to infill the huge lake basin to become the Black Sea. Dardanus was Pelasgian, of the progeny Heber’s son Peleg (as were the Hebrews), and his son Ericththonios was said by Plato to have lived in the timeframe that Atlantis and much of Greece were consumed by the sea.