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•Early Basques had no written records, but by the time they do appear in 218 BC in the history books, it is clear that they were already an ancient people at the time.  They are thought to be the descendants of Cro-Magnon man, who lived over 40,000 years ago.   •Many people believe that the Basques are descendents of Noah’s grandson, Tubal, who went to Iberia 35 years after the Flood.  Others believe that the Basques are the lost 13th tribe of Israel or the survivors of Atlantis.

•Early Basques had no written records, but by the time they do appear in 218 BC in the history books, it is clear that they were already an ancient people at the time. They are thought to be the descendants of Cro-Magnon man, who lived over 40,000 years ago. •Many people believe that the Basques are descendents of Noah’s grandson, Tubal, who went to Iberia 35 years after the Flood. Others believe that the Basques are the lost 13th tribe of Israel or the survivors of Atlantis.

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