Rainer W. Kuhne of Germany and Georgeos Diaz Montexano of Spain have located sites of submerged megalithic ruins off the coast of southern Spain, underwater since the end of the Ice Age, not realized however by Kuhne and Montexano because they think (like the mainstream scientists) that the Ice Age ended circa 10000 B.C., many thousands of years before such megalithic building of temples, citadels, fortifications, and port facilities are said to have begun, so it’s said that the ruins, some of them many miles from shore in over a hundred feet of water, were inundated by the sea because of “earthquakes and flooding,” as described by Plato in his account of Atlantis, which says that such megalithic buildng was ongoing “9,000 years before Solon’s time (9600 B.C.),” about 7,000 years before such sophisticated and often cyclopean stone building was actually ongoing in ancient times, rendering the mainstream timeline of ancient history senseless, so not what they want to talk about.
But the nautical archaeology for Atlantis is there, documented by Kuhne and Montexano, submerged bronze age ruins which look much like those still onshore, from the 2000 B.C. timeframe, because the Ice Age ended actually circa 1500 B.C., when the so-called Dark Age followed the Bronze Age, with much migration of people groups because of the drying of the climate and the sea level rise which claimed much land and oceanic port cities, of Atlantis and the ancient Greek empire, as described in Plato’s Atlantis, clearly during the bronze age, with trireme ships, metallurgy, city building, and global navigation, by the mapping method described in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, the astronomical method used to determine the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza, and the source of the ancient olympic foot, three thousand of which compose the Great Pyramid’s base-perimeter-length.
The legendary Pelasgians, the earliest Greeks who built great stone structures and navigated the Mediterranean Sea and beyond, were the progeny of Peleg, of the fifth generation from Noah, as Peleg was known as Pelasgus, leader of the Pelasgians, from whom the word peleg in archipeligo (arc of islands) derives, many of those islands now submerged because of the sea level rise with the end of the Ice Age, corroborated by the ancient linguistic and literary research also of Kuhne and Montexano, who well establish that Atlantis went under circa 1500 B.C. See too http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.