Unexplained Aerial Objects From Antiquity To Modern Times – 04 In around 1460 BC, Upper Retjenu, Lebanon, a ‘star’ defeats the Nubians
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Ca. 1460 BC, Upper Retjenu, Lebanon A "star" defeats the Nubians
The stela of Gebel Barkal, erected in honor of Thutmosis III, describes a fantastic celestial event during a war: "A star fell to their South position. It struck those opposed to him (the Nubians). None could stand..." (Lines 33-36).
"[The star] positioned itself above them as if they didn't exist, and then they fell upon their own blood. Now [the star] was behind them (illuminating) their faces with fire; no man amongst them could defend himself, none of them looked back. They had not their horses as [these] had fled into the mountain, frightened... Such is the miracle that Anion did for me, his beloved son in order to make the inhabitants of the foreign lands see the power of my majesty."
Source: this document, of undisputable authenticity, was first published in 1933, in a German Egyptological journal, Zeitschrift fur Agyptischen Sprache und Altertumskunde 32 69: 24-39.
The text, now on display in the Museum of Jardum, Sudan, was found by archaeologists excavating in the Temple of Amon, located at the bottom of the Gebel Barkal Mountain in the great Bayunda desert. The stela, which is made of granite and measures 173 cm by 97 cm, was erected on 23 August 1457 BC in honor ofThutmosis Ill's important victories in Asia.