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Hilltops with analysis.
Ten identified flooded hilltops are located with description of the number of forcasted leftings.
T-1528, was flooded about 25 days after beginning of the flood and about 70 km distance from Poseidopolis. This hilltops is crowded with prehistoric leftings in gold, bronze and obsidian. Probably 200 to 300-thousend atlants from Poseidopolis did and about 200 000 more inhabitants on the east part of Basileia did here end their lifes. Pos: 34.08.40 N; 24.05.60 E.
T-1506, is at higher hight and with the advantege as closer to evacuation to Creeteregion 60 km away. It was flooded 2 days later then T-1528 but was 15 km more far away and cut of when there still was space left for everybody around T-1528. The number of leftings on this hilltop is probably lesser as the hillsides seems steep and was not attractive choice as it was obvious that it could not carry as many as T-1528. Anyway a hilltop with a lot of prehistoric arefacts. Pos: 34.12.40 N; 24.12.30 E
T-1244. Basileia had a lower part at the middle and the raising sealevel separated soon the island and its inhabitants into two parts. The people on the west part all reached the top. The atlants had the time to bring all valuable belongings with them. Thís top was flooded about 20 days after that the population in east and Poseidopolis had drowned. Estaimated 200 000 inhabitants on the western part of Basileia were forced to this top. After 45 days flood all atlants left on Basileia had drowned. Pos: 33.46.15 N; 22.41.50 E.
T-903Ö; Hilltop on the island Youra. The name is chosen as a possible island for the mythological cyclops on Youra. Myth says they were giants with just one eye. An island is a perfect place to defend but also, if nobody is allowed to enter, the population will be inbreded. Some atlants could have been forced or by them selves chosen to leave Basileia. Then they for generations not allowed any genetic supplement. The myth with one eyed giants could have occured due to an inbreded population that looked abnormal. The island was about 35 km in lenght. Initial the island is easy to evacuate with just about 10 km to safe land toward Creete. Probably very few did. The hilltop was flooded about 65 days after after the flood has started. Most of their valuable belongings are left there and left by a probably isolated population. Hilltop T-903Ö with pos: 34.55.36 N; 26,43,47 E
T-588; Is a narrow and very attractive place for people that lived along the coast. Everybody could have surrvived the flood by walking futher to Kasos. Probably many made the decision to stay as there still was about 250 meter to be filled up when they were cut of. The evacuation to reach the same level as this hilltop was about 8 km away. Due to hesitation, sea surounded them and they were flooded on top with pos: 35.13.10 N; 26.52.21 E
Peninsula south of Karpathos, Ur-Corinthia.
It is not really a Peninsula but with the Lake Karpathos and Black Sea river with Isthmus at the north it is just from a steep passage in northwest the "Peninsula" by foot is reachable. It is almost surounded with the lake, an unpassable river and the sea. In the catastroph it must be seen as a peninsula. The passable land towards Karpathos is at a evacuationlink west of Karpathos lake. A link that is cut of just hours after that the sea reached Karpathos lake. The peninsula is cut of at a sealevel -1300 m.The four tops here descriebed, are at the same moment, cut of from safe area towards Karphatos. After about 45 days the peninsula becomes an island. This part, just on the European side of Black sea River and Isthmus is named Ur-Corinthia.
T-821; The escaping way is then upstream the river and along Isthmus until sealevel reaches the Karpathos lake and becomes a part of the sea. The T-821 is still more then 500 meters above the sea when they are cut off. When the top is flooded about 45 days later it is still just 25 km to safe land. The conflict betweeen atlants and greece was probably on the european side and close to Isthmus. The atlantic army most important task was to defend their front at and nearby Isthmus. Their route was along Karpathos lake shore and along Isthmus and their most importen task was to defend that part of the front. The top had, after cut of, about 45 more evacuationdays before flooded but very few boats or ships to use. Greece people on the European side and close to Isthmus had allready left to the Asian side of Isthmus as the conflict was very dnagerous for them. Due to the myth both the atlantic and greece army drowned. Due to strategical analysies this is the most probably top where the the atlantic army drowned. Most of them on the European south side of Isthmus walked upstreams and was caught on top T-821 pos 35.19.00 N; 27.29.55 E.
T-679; The east part of the peninsula, Ur-Corinthia, is devided from the west part by a canyon. Very soon after Ur-Corinthia had been cut of to an island it also in the middle was devided to two separate islands. At that time probably most of the people still believed that the sea not will flooded as their highest nearby top T-679 still is more then 600 meters higher then raising sea. As atlantic army protects the frontline close to Isthmus the greece army moved towards T-679. From cut of to islands they had about 70 days left to solve their situation and evacuate to safe region nearby today Rhodos. The knowledge about what happens is not there and the necessary decision are not taken. Most of them escapes to T-679 and drownes. Pos; 35.08.33 N; 27.56.57 E.
T-437: This top on the west part of the peninsula is interesting to investigate if there was an evacuation. The top is lower but 17 km closer safe land then the highest T-382. As long as any people still lived evacuation was possible from the land most nearby Karpathos. They had calculated with about 6 fewer days to live with a oppertunity to be rescued or give up the rescue oppertunity and leave to T-382. That gave sea 55 more meters and a extended limit for sea to stop it´s rasing level before they also top T-382 would be flooded. The most far behind in rescue queu-order left and people that believed they was in premier queu-order stayed. Distance to safe land was about 38 km when hilltop finally was flooded. Some atlantic soldiers that was placed to protect supplyroute from Atlants mainland to the army was placed nearby and escaped to T-437. Pos; 35.06.18 N; 27.25.19 E.
T-382; Highest hilltop on the west part of the peninsula. It was more then 900 meter sealevelraise left when Ur-Corinthia was cutof and the peninsula became an island. In that moment nobody could imagine that the whole Ur-Corinthia finally would be flooded. The distance toward safe land is raising but at the moment when the hilltop is flooded it is just about 55 km to safe land close to Karpathos.When this top was flooded they had been under catastrophe stress about half a year and from this top no evacuation was ever done. Most people on this part of the peninsula did not try to evacuate. Instead they hoped that searaise would stop and brought their valuable belongings with them to this top T-382. To the top escaped soldiers from both the greece and atlantic armies that had a mission to spy if their enemy was prepering for an ambush. Also ther was some settlers from nearby and the low class people that was far behind in the evacuation queu-order from region T-437. Pos; 34.57.30 N; 27.27.56 E.
T-128; This top was before the detectation with Google Earth the most probably place for drowned armies as it was a narrow passage and a proably borderarea. As both armies drowned and the top was close to the expected conflictregion the armies was supposed to have escaped to the T-128. More east or west one or both armies had survivied on Creete or Kasos.This top is very attractive for armies as the top is plain. Maximum hight is -128 meters. Above -140 m is a total area about a half km2 or 500 000 m2. That is enough space for two big armies that have understod that they had more urgent problems then fight each other. Before detection this top also was the first object to examine to prove the refilltheory as it was the most reachable top and also the most probably place for two drowned armies. With the detection the conflict region is obvious nearby the deteced Isthmus. Still as first object to examine it has artifacts from a lot of people that lived along a caostregion with an extension about 40 km. Artifacts these people seemed was most valuable was their tools. The defination as a probably armiecamp is preserved as it since 2008 until detection 2015 was the chosen most probaly place for armie lefting. Still very intresting with 5500 years old well preserved mainly toolartifacts. T-128 has Pos: 35.10.42 N; 26,37,22 E.
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