Etruscan Art Helen Troy Peleg Pelasgic Pelasgian Cubit Homer’s Iliad Odyseey Sea Migrations Dardania Ilium Hellespont Bronze Age Italy Aegean Ascanius Aeneas Anchises Tersha Tershoi Sea Peoples Trojan War Origins Founding Etruscan Civilization History

The ancient Etruscans of Italy exhibited fascination for Helen of Troy in their artwork and writing, so what’s that obvious connection halfway across the Mediterranean?  The legendary Anchises and his son Aeneas were pelasgian war heros with the Trojans against the Greeks during the Trojan War, and upon the defeat of Troy, they fled and sailed to Italy founding the etruscan civilization (the “sea people” tersha/tershoi) circa 1000 b.c., bringing with them the pelasgic cubit unit of length, the standard then of the Etruscans.

Homer wrote the Iliad and Odyssey in pelasgian with the linear A script, and his language bears much affinity to the ancient etruscan (and the arvanitic of Albania); pelasgian, which is not indo-european but shemitic, from a line of the hebrews (progeny of Eber) of Shem, son of Noah, why the language remains mysterous, really just the language of Peleg after the Tower of Babel.  And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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