Who were the mysterious Pelasgians of the bronze age eastern Mediterranean, where did they go, and why are many of their ruins now on the shallow seafloor? The written language of the ancient historian Homer greatly resembles the mostly undecifered etruscan language of iron age Italy (http://albter.com/?tag=illyrian), rather than ancient greek, and the pelasgians were players for Troy against the greeks in the Iliad of Homer circa 1200 b.c., so the key is that Peleg, fifth from Noah, was a great navigator by the method explained in article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com, and some of his progeny indeed sailed to Italy after the ice age ended circa 1500 b.c. according to Plato in book three of his The Laws written late in his life, where he wrote that the flood of Ogyges (circa 1500 b.c.) was the same sea level rise which inundated Atlantis.
The Carians of southwestern Anatolia spoke Barbaros according to Homer, which is the Berber of North Africa, and greatly resembling the previosly mysterious Basque language of Spain, all Canaanite, again explained with the biblical template, the progeny of Canaan such as Sidon and Atlas having been great navigators too, having helped found Atlantis, perhaps too with Tarshish, all biblical, not music the ears of the darwinistas, but the evidence is so obvious that it’s impossible to refute, so please refer this blogsite to your biblical skeptic friends and acquaintances, it will open their eyes, seeing too http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.