In Plato’s story of Atlantis (reported by Critias and Timaeus), the land of ancient Greece at the time of Atlantis was much rainier, confirmed by hundreds of bronze age sites beside now dried up streambeds in Greece, as Plato said there were vast forests of huge trees, with prolific rainfed agriculture, when also, the world sea level was lower, because Plato said that when Atlantis went under, so too did much of Greece, which tells us that was the end of the Ice Age, when sea level rose to consume millions of square miles of land worldwide, and the rainfall rates in the middle latitudes dropped drastically, because the dense cloudcover worldwide for the Ice Age was dissipating, which plunged the mediterranean world into the Dark Ages post bronze age.
In his Laws (book 3), Plato says that the flood of Ogyges was also the flood which consumed Atlantis and much of Greece, with the same date reported by Timaeus and Critias, circa 9600 B.C., but Ogyges was a real greek king, whose people were called the Ogygidae, of the city state of Thebes, a king considered to have lived circa 1500 B.C., by most greek historians, as so too did Dardanus, who fled to a mountain in eastern Greece, which when the sea level rise was completed, was the island of Samos, from where he sailed to the west Asian mainland where his son, Troas, soon founded Troy, on the new risen shoreline which then had connected the world ocean to the Black Sea, so this surely was not 9600 B.C., as proponed by Plato, but was during the bronze age, confirmed by many megalithic ruins submerged off Greece, Morocco, southern Spain.
And indian vedic scholars mostly agree that the stories of the submergence of cities off northwestern and southern India are from the 1500 B.C. timeframe, when cities of the kingdom of the Indus Valley Civilization and of Kumari Kandam were submerged when the sea level rose (with the end of the Ice Age), and the ruins are there to be seen, although mainstream scientists don’t like to talk about them, nor the other submerged ruins found in hundreds of locations around the world, because they falsify the mainstream timeline, and Plato’s, for the end of the Ice Age.
The ancient historian Julius Africanus had it right, in his Chronology, he wrote that the flood of Ogyges was at the time of Moses, when the climate went wacky, as confirmed by the egyptian Ipuwer Papyrus, circa 1500 B.C., when cities such as Menouthis and Heraklion, then at the mouth of the Nile, succumbed to the sea, as the climate dried out, leaving bronze age ruins now in deserts, when Greece dried out too, as noted by Plato, but his timeline (unlike that of Julius Africanus) was seriously skewed, for whatever was his motivation.
See too http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.