El Argar & Los Millares of Ice Age Almeira Region of Spain Climate Change Ended That Portion of Atlantean Empire


In far southeastern Spain during the Ice Age, the citadel cities of El Argar and Los Millares were centers of a culture of bronze weaponry and an abundance of food, where now it the driest region of Europe (about 10 inches per year there on the leeward side of the Sierra Nevada mountains), where during the Ice Age they dined on wheat, barley, peas, beans, lentils, sheep, goats, cattle, pigs, and horses, when probably 50 inches of rain fell there on perhaps the eastern edge of the territory of Posidon’s son Gades (Cadiz) of the Atlantean empire which ended when the Ice Age did.