It’s astonishing that the submerged bronze age ruins found off the coast of Israel and Lebanon are not more studied by mainstream archaeologists, until you realize that the mere presence of them, off Akko and Atlit (Israel), and off Tyre, Sidon, Yarmuta, and Byblos (Lebanon), belies the mainstreamers’ date for the end of the Ice Age (when the sea level rose) at circa 10000 B. C. The ruins include fallen marble columns, stone plazas and staircases, megalithic temples, and paved streets, not what scientists expect because such building didn’t begin until circa 2500 B. C., not before 10000 B. C., which is what their timeline dictates, so they ignore the ruins, to not have to deal with the implications of their obviously mistaken timeline.
And submerged ruins are found off Alexandria, Egypt, which are of the ancient cities called Menouthis and Herakleion, Menouthis named after Mneseus, a son of Sidon (Posidion), and Herakleion named after Herakles (who was Nimrod), a son of Cush, who was known as Kish or Hermes, whose progeny settled in Africa as well as the Middle East, as far as Kususthali, India, and the Hindu Kush mountains to the north, as outlined in Genesis 10 in the Bible, the Table of Nations, which perfectly comports with this ancient history, and the timeline therewith it, showing that the Ice Age ended actually circa 1500 B. C., as the submerged ruins of megalithic structures indicate.
The builders of these now submerged cities were global navigators, trading with Atlantis (near Gibraltar) and across the Atlantic, and east from India as well, who navigated by the same method used to survey the dimensions for the Great Pyramid of Giza, explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, so check-it-out, and also the free ebook download of my first book, Old Earth? Why Not! Still certainly see now http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.