Commentary Plato Laws Library History Diodorus Siculus Sicilus Atlantis Atlantes Pillars Hercules Location Geography Libya Poseidon Malta Sicily Ancient Timeline Ice Age Climate Change Genesis Veracity Foundation Roots Tarshish Atlantic

The roman history Diodorus Siculus was from Sicily (which was connected to Malta during the ice age), and he wrote that the Atlantes lived along the mediterranean coast of north Africa, they clearly the same people spoken of in Plato’s Atlantis story, in which he recorded that the atlantean empire extended inside the Straits of Gibraltar to Libya and Italy, so Diodorus’ Sicily had been part of Atlantis, an ice age coastal empire, evidence of it off the northeast coast of Malta at Sleima for instance, comporting with the notion that the ice age actually ended circa 1500 b.c., as you will certainly see when you read more under category Catastrophic Climate Change at this blogsite, referring to for the big picture.

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