in Predynastic Egypt - Page 17
Figure 11 (above):
The Narmer Palette front side, middle, shows a solar eclipse.
The Sun is encircled (and blotted out) by the long-necked lions.
Figure 12 (above): The Narmer Palette, front side, bottom.
This shows that the solar eclipse occurred in the stars of Capricorn
near the star Deneb Algiedi.
That was unequivocally December 25, 3117 B.C.
The small squares on the Narmer Palette mark stars of the heavens,
and these are the stars of Capricorn.