Plato wrote in his famous dialogues with Critias and Timaeus that large bronze age trireme ships plied the oceans of the world from the ports of Atlantis, yet he reported that was over 9,000 years before his time, so clearly he was either deceived by Solon’s story from the egyptian priests at Sais about the atlantean chronology, or he had merely ignored the other evidence within his own writing also in Critias and Timaeus that the sea level rise which consumed Atlantis and much of Greece was at the end of the bronze age, Plato havng written that was in the general timeframe of the legendary and truly historical aegean kings Cecrops, Erysichthon, Erechtheus, and Theseus, known to have lived circa 1400 b.c.
And because the pelasgian king Ogyges, namesake of the legendary Ogygian Flood (reputed to have consumed much of Greece), according to ancient greek chronologies, lived circa 1500 b.c., you must certainly wonder what motivated Plato not to have equated this flood with the flooding of the Atlantean Empire (which he said stretched to Italy and Egypt), clearly the world ocean risen hundreds of feet, and certainly not 9,000 years before Plato’s time, per his own contradictory words.
The early christian chronicler Eusebius wrote that the flood of Ogyges was at the time of the Exodus of the hebrews out of Egypt, and the pelasgian king Dardanus who lived circa 1400 b.c. was the historic namesake of the Dardanelles strait which has connected the world ocean to the Black Sea ever since the end of the ice age, so Plato absolutely and willfully allowed the egyptian priest’s distortion about the timeline for the submergence of Atlantis, that legend therefore justifiably deemed impossible by modern archaeologists because bronze age technologies and navigation were certainly not practiced 9,000 years before Plato’s time. Be sure to read more about the efficacy of the Atlantis legend (when its timeline is rightly rectified) at http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, and tell your friends, professors too, see what they say.