The egyptian priests at Sais on the coast of Egypt circa 600 b.c. told the greek ruler and historian Solon in their Atlantis tale that the greek legend of the Flood of Deucalion and Pyrrha, through which only those two people in the whole world survived, was preceded by many other floods which the Greeks had forgotten, supposedly the greatest of all the flood which consumed Atlantis and much lowland of Greece, yet how then could the flooding of Atlantis and a portion of Greece have been greater than the Flood of Deucalion which covered the whole world?
The egyptian priests appealed to Solon’s greek vanity by saying that Athens was 9,000 years old while but Egypt was only 8,000 years old at their time, therefore more than implying that Egypt didn’t even exist when Atlantis went under, according to them circa 9600 b.c., so how did those imaginative priests know about the history of Greece and Atlantis if Egypt didn’t even exist to have catalogued that history and its chronology?
In that Atlanis story later recorded by Plato, the egyptian priests had also told Solon that the greek kings Erechtheus, Erysichthon, Cecrops, and Theseus lived in the general timeframe that Atlantis (and much of Greece) went under, those kings who Solon and Plato should have known lived at the time of king Ogyges, the Flood of Ogyges having consumed much of Greece, circa 1500 b.c., actually therefore the same flood as of Atlantis, when the Ice Age was ending. See http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, the science of the future, old school man.