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An advanced Aegialian culture existed in the Aegean before the Last Glacial Period (LGP) ended. The region of the Aegialians is known as Aegis or Aegialia, also Known as Agida.

The capital city of Aegialia was Pelasgia and today it is called Athens. The entire territory of Greece (i.e., Hellas) was initially called "Pelasgia".

The Last Glacial Period (LGP) occurred from the end of the Eemian to the end of the Younger Dryas, encompassing the period c. 115,000 – c. 11,700 years ago. 

During the last glacial period, the straits separating what is now called Europe from Africa were landlocked, separating what is now called the Atlantic ocean and the Mediterranean. Two separate seas divided the Aegean Sea, one in the east and another in the west. Land connected Italy, Sicily, and Tunisia.

Aegis ran from the west of what is now called the Ionian Islands, which were not islands at that time. It was connected to Asia Minor, Crete, Cyprus, and Syria. What was not covered by ice was known as Aegis.

The people and country of Aegis took the name of the god Aegis.

Aegis or Aegialia had a mild climate, abundant water, with broad and fertile plains.

The Aegialians lived in favorable conditions, and it was the cradle of civilization until a cataclysm destroyed most of this ancient culture 11,700 years ago. However, some noble Aegialian mountaineers survived the cataclysms from 11,700 onwards. They had passed on the names to our descendants to us.

Our forefathers passed down the events and history of the Aegialian Pelasgians by oral tradition. Egyptian priests also preserved our history and culture in their ancient temples. 

Our people and culture are pre-Greek/Hellenic and pre-Semitic. 

Preserved in the Kopsidas and Aravani clan is the seed of the Aegialians. The Kopsidas and Aravani clan are direct descendants of the noble Aegialian Pelasgian race.