Peleg’s Sons Other Than Reu Moved West After Tower of Babel to Turkey Greece & Italy Cyclopean Walls Remain


Whereas the book of Genesis indicates that Peleg had one son Reu whose great great grandson would be Abraham circa 2000 b. c., apparently he (Peleg) had other sons who moved west to become known as the Pelasgians, who evidently helped build Catalhoyuk of south central Turkey, and the impressive megalithic (“cyclopean”) walls of Greece and Italy, many submerged since the end of the Ice Age circa 1500 b. c. when the Pelasgian Zakynthos (a son of Dardanus the namesake of the Dardanelles) sailed to and settled where became an island, Zakynthos, where off Alykanas and Alykes beaches are submerged Ice Age ruins which had been built by probably Pelasgians too, at least a few generation previously.