Pelasgo-Thracians Brought Language of Dardanus to Mount Ida Fearing More End-of-the-Ice-Age Sea Level Rise


That Pelasgians (progeny of Heber’s son Peleg) of the central Balkans, led by Dardanus (of Dardania) circa 1450 b. c., migrated eastward across the Hellespont isthmus to begin building the Trojan kingdom near the Dardanelle strait, having adopted elements of the Thracian language (Japhetic) into theirs (Semitic), proven by ancient tribes of the Balkans, for instance the Eneti, the Bryges, and the Moesians having counterparts in western Turkey, the Enetoi, the Phryges (Phrygians), and the Mysians. The Pelasgians who remained in the Balkans became known as Illyrians, named for Dardanus’s father Illyrius, the remnant Pelasgain language still spoken there, Arvanitic, of the Arberesht like Irbil in Iraq, known as Arbela in ancient Mesopotamian records, built by Pelasgians after the Tower of Babel.