Etruscans of Pelasgian Tursenos of Lydia Proven by Lemnos Stele & Tursha of Invasion of Egypt During Time of Judges

Progeny of king Tursenos of Lydia (named for Shem’s son Lud) sailed west from the Aegean to Italy when the Ice Age had ended, around the time of the Judges in the Word, to become known as the Etruscans with the Tyrhennian sea to Italy’s west so named, and one of the tribes of the invading Sea Peoples which battled Egypt at her coast were the Tursha, named too for Tursenos, a Pelasgian (a descendant of Shem’s great great grandson Peleg), his language become what is called Etruscan.