Harvey Weiss at Yale has done much pioneering work establishing that a catastrophic climate change ended the bronze age, the old world then thrown into the dark ages, beginning circa 1400 b.c. through 1000 b.c., by which time the chaotic migrations of whole people groups had settled down, at about the time the monarchy in Israel was set up, about four hundred years after the Exodus, when the catastrophic climate change at that time is vividly described in the egyptian Ipuwer Papyrus. Had you ever heard of that ancient document? Can you guess why darwinists don’t want to talk about it?
But Weiss at Yale, a secularist, thinks the bronze age collapse was circa 2000 b.c., based on flawed c14 dates and kings lists from the ancient world which list contemporaneous kings sequentially, so if he’d just look at the likes of the Ipuwer Papyrus, he’d see that 1500 b.c. was when the drying began to happen, when the Ice Age began to end, when the sea level rose to consume the coastal cities of the bronze age, port cities built circa 2200 b.c., used for about 700 years, then submerged when the sea level rose with the end of the Ice Age. And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.