After Ice Age Tribe of Dan & Sidonians of Canaan Sailed Into Black Sea & West to Denmark Dunkirk the Tuatha De Danaan


When Joshua led the Israelites into the Promised Land, the tribe of Dan was allotted a piece of territory just to the north of the Philistines of the southern coastal plain, the Philistines (Mycenaean Palaeste come from the Adriatic when the Ice Age ended) a formidable neighbor and so the Danites soon moved north to conquer the Canaanite city of Laish at the foot of Mount Hermon in far northern Israel, near the headwaters of the Jordan river. To the west about 30 miles from where today is Tel Dan was Sidon on the Mediterranean coast, and Tyre, those navigators with whom the Danites soon allied, to sail into the newly ocean-connected Black Sea, naming the Dneiper, Dneister, and Danube rivers for Dan, and then far to the west where such as Dunkirk, Denmark, the Tuatha de Danaan were named.