--This is all very good to know and it is commendable research. However it has the same old problem of conflating the Bronze Age Atlantic Catastrophe with the End of the Pleistocene catastrophesly the problem is that the rising of the sea level to the modern level and the readjustment of the sinking of the seafloor down to modern levels were just ending then, both things being already under way by the End of the Pleistocene. There are 7500 years between the two, the whole process took at least 7500 years. Events at either end are traditionally associated with "signs in the sky' That could have been comets or large meteors. However, when the geography was different and there was a big island in the middle of the North Atlantic, weather patterns were affected, the climate much worse and Ice Age conditons prevailed. Otto Muck is quite clear on the mechanics involved in this. If you have Atlantis in the Atlantic, you get periodic Ice Ages in Europe.nd or absence of the Atlantis island itself has no bearing on the Atlantean survivor cultures or whether or not they called themselves "Atlanteans": evidence indicates there was a cultural continuity right on up to the Bronze Age catastrophe, with the survivors still fiercely proud to be known as Atlanteans and none too fond of their historical rivals in the Eastern Mediterranean, make no mistake about that!
Also, from Saharan rock art, "Monoan"cultures are merely North African cultures transplanted Northward to the islands of the Mediterranen all the cultures from Andalucia in Spain to Cyprus.