City of Troy Became Strategic Location After Ice Age When World Ocean Had Joined Black Sea Basin Danites Sailed-In


The river names Danube, Dniester, and Dnieper were named for the Israelite tribe of Dan, noteworthy mariners who apparently were among the first to have sailed into what had recently become the Black Sea (a huge freshwater lake during the Ice Age) during “the Bronze Age collapse circa 1300 b. c. Troy if a city long before that time was of little significance when the Dardanelle Strait (named for Dardanus the grandfather of Troas/Troy) was a river (probably rocky) flowing down from the huge freshwater lake above, so it had become of great strategic importance in the days that the Danites sailed by.