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Two Megalithic Cities Submerged Off Alexandria Egypt so Where is Historical Account of Their Demise?

By James Nienhuis

niledeltaThe astounding submerged ruins of Menouthis and Heraklion on the submerged channel of the extinct branch of the Nile are little known to the public because those who could produce documentaries on it, such as National Geographic and Discovery, certainly know that there is no historical record of the submergence of those cities though the conventional wisdom is that they were submerged because of an earthquake sometime between circa 300 b. c. and 800 a. d.

Some say the ruins are of Canopus, but he was the navigator for the Greek Menelaus circa 1100 b. c. who came there about three hundred years after Menouthis and Heraklion had been consumed by the sea when the Ice Age ended.

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15 Sunken Submerged Bronze Age Cities in Pictures – Updated!

Lu  • October 1, 2014   •  907 views

WHY are there sunken Bronze Age megaliths, towns, ruins, roads, pillars, found all over the world under the ocean? Because around 1500-1400 BC the REAL Ice Age ended and there was a 125 meter (300 ft) rise in Ocean level, which once in recorded History submerged many coastlines plus its cities, streets, building, pillars, temples, along with it. Below you find many pictures of fifteen sunken locations. This map below shows the sunken coast lands that were once land, in red.

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