Was it originally recorded chronologically wrong by the writers of the book, in some parts, in an attempt back then to make it appear older I wonder.
And I can only conclude that Phonisia has been used at that time and is a foreign word they used to correspond to what they knew as Palm Land.
One thing is clear: Kalta went to the Gola in Massilia (walked on water, sailed with them to Kadik/Cadiz and so on), so they were already there. Maybe they had settled just before the war between Min-erva and Kalta. But then you still have a date earlier than 1630 BCE.
And when was the first mention of PO-NI-KI on Crete? Or that Egyptian word, FENKHU?
Edited by Abramelin, 22 January 2013 - 04:45 PM.