Gorgons Very Fierce Women a Branch of the Their Rival Amazons Queen Myrina Defeated After She Beat Atlantians


Diodorus Siculus of Sicily, only a few hundred miles from ancient lake Tritonis of southern Tunisia, learned a Berber history that the Amazon queen Myrina (circa 1400 b. c.) had marched her army west and defeated the Atlantians at Cerne, and then attacked the Gorgons (also women warriors) but were defeated when upon she began her long march eastward across Libya and Egypt then up to Syria and eventually Turkey where they became arch enemies of the Iron Age Greeks.