Just recently I came across a paper called the "Genesis
chronicles" by Mr. Charles S Kimball (Xenophile Historian) and in it I
stumbled on a chronology for Ancient Europe in the chapter "Cave men in
Historic times. I can't go into much detail on Gunnar Heinsohn. But Mr.
Kimball also brought to my attention that also given my date of 2247 BC for
the post flood rapid ice age; He mentioned to me as a matter of profound
interest that the Formores were the first inhabitants of Ireland (Mesolithic
industry) and that Parthenon's colony was Neolithic in 2520 annomundi or
1484 BC so that Nemodus came into Ireland in 1145 BC and introduced the
bronze industry while on Britain.  It wouldn't surprise Mr. Kimball if the
bronze industry was introduced by Brutus. Now the formores invaded Ireland
about this date when Brutus expelled them . However we next come to the
formores in between the returning colony of Tuatha de Dannan in 701 BC. Now having said that ; the dates for the Firbolgue are unknown on this chronology
and too the Formorian occupation of Ireland . All I do know for sure is that
Mr. Kimball mentions the Milisians taking Ireland in AM 3500 or 504 BC and
introduced the iron industry. So if this is true would the first brigade or
tribe of Formores come to Ireland 313 years after the flood in AM Scotland
and Wales. If so this is a most interesting chronology and would simplify
some of the technical data of Irish history. By the way could it also be
true that the formores might have been the last tribe of Neanderthal in
Britain. This is a most interesting observation by Mr. Kimball. The deduction
that where Brutus landed is not far from Cornwall could indeed make him a
likely candidate for the introduction of the Bronze industry having in mind
the copper and tin mines.

The contents in this article is as follows 
1 The first migration into Britain by the Indoeuropeans 
2 The Bronze Industry
3 the date for stone Henge 
4 the iron industry. 

The first migration into Britain and Europe by the indoeuropeans in anomundi 2520 or 1484 BC was contemporary with Partholan's arrival in Ireland and the fomorians (giants ) at the same time. It will be noted here that this author is not an Angloisraelist). The Formorians were in all probability the last neanderthals whom Gunnar Heinsohn dates to 1500 (1484 BC) and this period called the stone age and chalcolithic industries lasted the author insists at a minimum of 380 years. I suggest that it is possible that the first stages of stone henge could have been built around 1484 BC and most definitely at the time of Brutus who landed in totnes in 2900 annomundi or 1104 BC with Nemed with the Bronze Industry in Ireland in 2859 annomundi and 1145 BC with the start of the bronze age there in Ireland I therefore propose that Brutus started the bronze age revolution in these islands where a second construction of stone henge was built. Iron A was introduced by the halstatt celts into these islands in am 3500 and 504 BC with the milisians reaching Ireland at the same time and introduced iron for making swords around this time. I also propose that the Latene celts arrived in these islands in 220 BC with the arrival in Scotland of the Picts in 100 BC and annomundi 3904. The Latene celts introduced iron b into these islands and it should also be noted that stone henge had another construction at the time of King Arthur in the 6th century AD. JohnHXF author


Industry and Chronology Table of Britain and Ireland.        
The Flood
Was There A Gap?
Catastrophism and Cave Men
Cave Men in Historic Times

The reason I don't think that they're recent is because the artwork is so
tiny on them. In my research I have found good evidence for better eyesight
in immediate post-flood people, so I would say either pre-flood or immediate
post-flood setting. Every occipital bun of every Neanderthal man, woman or
child contained a large occipital lobe which is the center for vision, the visual
cortex. Their's were much larger than ours. Better night vision too,