Legends Writings Ancient History Hesiod Homer Troy Western Asia Pelasgians Etruscan Homeland Anatolia Origins Migrations Lydia King Tyrrhenus Tyrrhenian Sea Italy Greek Plato’s Atlantis Mediterranean Trojan Kingdoms Geography Anchises Aeneus Book Aeneid

The history of legendary Troy is intimately tied to the Etruscans of Italy and to Plato’s Atlantis, that empire of Atlantis said to have extended to the Tyrrhenian Sea, just west of Italy, that sea named after Tyrrhenus, a Lydian prince from the region of Troy circa 1100 b.c. who sailed west after the Trojan War when climate change was affecting much of the world.

Famed roman historian Virgil wrote about the family of the mighty trojan general Anchises, led by king Aeneus, who sailed west to settle Italy, part of the Etruscan enterprise, and that in the same timeframe as Tyrrhenus, both Pelasgians who spoke the language now spoken in Albania and which underlies the “undecifered” Etruscan script, Pellazg their ancient sea god.

Notice the mass migrations at this time, including the “Sea Peoples” who invaded Egypt and the rest of the eastern Mediterranean in thousands of ships, this all because when the sea level rose with the end of the Ice Age circa 1500 b.c, the coastal real estate was lost, and catastrophic climate change continued to forever alter the geography of the Mediterranean world.  See much more here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: