Who destroyed the land of the Tjemeh in his lifetime, cast abiding terror in the heart of the Meshwesh.
He turned back the Libyans who trod Egypt, great is dread of Egypt in their hearts.
As for Egypt, "Since the gods," they say, "She is the only daughter of Pre; His son is he who's on the throne of Shu, None who attacks her people will succeed.
The eye of every god is after her despoiler, It will make an end of all its foes", So say they who gaze toward their stars, And know all their spells by looking to the winds.
The gaze of his brothers was fierce to slay him, His officers fought among each other, Their tents were fired, burnt to ashes, All his goods were food for the troops.
When he reached his country he was in mourning those left in his land were loath to receive him "A chief, ill-fated, evil-plumed", All said of him, those of his town.
Akhenaten is a thorn in the side of liberal "Bible trasher" archeologists who date the exodus at 1270 BC. Notice the mention of the Hebrew greeting "Shalom".
With all the factual errors in the classic 4 hour Hollywood movie, "THE TEN COMMANDMENTS" with Charlton Heston, the spectacular scene where Pharaoh army are drowned before his eyes and he drops his staff is exactly correct!
through the pillar of fire and cloud and brought the army of the Egyptians into confusion.
Also notice the portrayal of Israel as a rural farming nation, just as was true during the time of the Judges when this stele was made.
Year 5, 3rd month of summer, day 3, under the Majesty of Horus: Mighty Bull, Rejoicing in Maat; the King of Upper and Lower Egypt: Banere-meramun; the Son of Re: Merneptah, Content with Maat, magnified by the power, exalted by the strength of Horus; strong bull who smites the Nine Bows, whose name is given to eternity forever.
Exodus -41 and Galatians both say 430 years whereas Genesis says 400 years.