Exploring the Black Sea and surrounding lands, particularly the northwestern coast.
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A civilization thrived beside a small, fresh-water lake which is now the Black Sea. When the Mediterranean Sea rose due to climate warming along with melting glaciers after the end of the last ice age, around 7,600 years ago, the rising sea levels broke through the Bosphorus and flooded the area.
Explores the theory Atlantis was located within the Black Sea, and was submerged by a great flood in around 5,600 BC. The notion of an ancient great Black Sea flood, also called the Black Sea deluge hypothesis, was investigated by two Columbia University marine geologists: Dr. William B. F. Ryan and Dr. Walter C. Pitman III.
The Black Sea is a goldmine of ancient genetic data
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, May 6, 2013
- The semi-isolated Black Sea is highly sensitive to climate driven environmental changes, and the underlying sediments represent high-resolution archives of past continental climate and concurrent hydrologic changes in the basin.
In the depths of the Black Sea lies a landscape of complete darkness, where there is no light and no oxygen. Many colonial and commercial activities of ancient Greece and Rome, and of the Byzantine Empire, centered on the Black Sea. Recent exploration uncovers ancient shipwrecks.
The Great Flood
Leonid Zalizniak, The Ukrainian Weekly
Dark Secrets of the Black Sea
- Underwater Archeology
- Advanced Planetary Physics
- Ancient Advanced Technology
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9000 years ago, before a great flood, the Black Sea was home to a large population. Source: Black Sea Flood and the Destruction of the First European Civilization
The Lost Aurolithic Civilization Of Varna HD – The Black Sea Atlantis Documentary
Byzantine Shipwreck in the Black Sea
Black Sea Flood
Evidence suggests the world map was redrawn by a mega flood of a biblical proportions about 9 thousand years ago. The area now covered by the Black Sea was once home to one of the largest populations at the time. Presented by oceanographer Dr. Simon Boxall and Hristo Smolenov, PhD in logic and heuristics.