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Originally posted by slaine1978
reply to post by fakedirt
no the place im speaking of was definatly used for docking small boats,
and the docking rings on the wall are way to high up these days to dock anything,
at very high tide the water reaches about 1 - 2 meters up the wall the docking rings are,
about 4-5 meters up.
edit on 1/7/12 by slaine1978 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by PrinceDreamer
It could only be due to overall sea levels rising, meaning that there would be other settlements around the British coast from the same period also under water (probably around the mouths of rivers) or the local area suffered from subsidence and generally sunk below the waves, however it would seem logical such an event would trigger destruction on the said buildings and walls.
We are told that Nynniaw and Pebiaw were the names of the horned oxen (Ychain Banawg) employed by Hu Gadarn 2 to draw the Avanc out of the Lake of Floods, so that the lake burst no more. This bursting of the lake is considered to bear reference to the universal Deluge, as it is said in the same Triad, that when that occurrence took place, the male and the female of every living thing were preserved in the ship of Nevydd Nav Neivion.
i agree there are probably loads of
settlements of the coast of the uk.