If it were announced to the world that the two great old kingdom Egyptian port cities from the time that the Great Pyramid was built were discovered on the shallow seafloor in the Mediterranean near Alexandria, don’t you think it would make big news? There are stone ruins of two cities on both sides of the now extinct canopic branch of the Nile, of Menouthis and Heraklion, extensive ruins, square miles of them, twenty miles northeast of Alexandria, yet what school kids know of them?
The extinct canopic branch of the Nile is a key to understanding these bronze age megaliths on the shallow seafloor, that branch of the Nile which began to go dry when the depth at width of the Nile at Giza for instance began to lessen greatly circa 1500 b.c. at the time the Jews would leave Egypt, for the rainfall lessened greatly at that time when the Ice Age was ending, when the sea level was rising to consume Heraklion, Menouthis, and all the other ice age port cities of the world.
So is it any wonder that documentarians who normally would be all over this kind of thing are asleep at the wheel, falling asleep despite this no-doze of archaeological renaissance? The Ice Age ending at the time of the Exodus of course has everything to do with it, biblical, and scientific, like kryptonite to those of the darwinian bent, read much more information here