In ancient greek legend and literature are four floods which consumed much of the Aegean region, the floods from the times respectively of Deucalion and his wife Pyrrha, Dardanus, Ogyges, and Atlantis. In the case of the great flood of Deucalion’s time, it was said to have covered the whole world, so what is the basis for these flood legends, were there really four floods in archaic times, one which covered the whole world?
Plato wrote that the flooding of much of Greece and Atlantis to the west occurred circa 9600 b.c., but in the same story, he wrote that flood was in the general timeframe of king Erechtheus, who was a son of Dardanus and who sired Tros and Ilus, namesakes of the Troas region of western Antalolia, that was Troy, and Ilium, another name for Troy, so obviously Plato should have been aware that the flood from the time of Dardanus and of Atlantis were one and the same.
And since king Ogyges also lived in that timeframe, his namesake the Ogygidae of bronze age Greece, could it be more obvious that the flood of Dardanus, Atlantis, and Ogyges, were one and the same, when the ice age ended for the great sea level rise which consumed much of Greece and Atlantis, and obviously the coastlands in between, and coastal lands around the world, such as of the kingdom of Kumari Kandam of India, and the cities of Menouthis and Heraklion off the coast of Egypt?
The flood of Deucalion, the global flood which covered the whole world, was of course Noah’s Flood (the mountains rose at the close of the flood while the ocean basins deepened), the warmer world ocean afterword the engine for the ice age, because only a wamer ocean, heated from below, could have caused the much greater evaporation off the world ocean for the dense and vast cloudcover to have produced all that snowfall and rainfall (in the middle latitudes and low elevations the extreme latitudes). Refer now to http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.