I was struck by the high prow canoes or other boats. As I recall, Hancock opined that the high prow ships found in the Egyptian desert were of a type for the open sea not the Nile which is a fairly placid river.
Assuming that they would not build a boat for conditions they did not expect to face, I would interpret some of those as sea-going vessels rather than river or lake craft...if there are even lakes in the region.
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-- George Carlin