Well, the mythology of the flood come into existence due to real nature disaster around 10000 years ago.
Most people think despite human been around for at least 20000 years, civilization has only been around for the past 10000 years, starting with Egypt as the oldest, and China 5000 years as the third oldest.
However, prior to that, many civilzation did exist. But that was during the ice age, most of those early cities are build at location, which are now under water. After the ice age melt down, the sea level rise, many places that was once land, became water, and people are forced to move to higher ground, it was the largest nature disaster in human history. Today, archeologists have continue to discover ancient cities, that is build up to 15000 years ago, some have already reached bronze age. Including cities been found at the bottom of Atlantic ocean, the Taiwan strats (sea between Taiwan and China), the sea floor between India and Shirlanka and so on.
Can you give me references so I can research this further please?
I was referring to evidence of the world wide flood, not Lillith and Ishtar myths.
Look up one information on ice age melt down. Much of it resemble the flood and is why many historian believe that is where the mythology of the flood came from, nearly all culture, have similar mythology
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