Berossus was not coining a new word. "Conquer" has a meaning, and even you know it, or you wouldn't have attempted to discount it. Also, how do you know "the lineage of Egyptian "kings" continued without interruption"? Is it simply because somebody made a list?<quoted text>
Actually, yes, that is good data for me:
It contains no details.
Does not define what is meant by "conquer". We do know he won a battle on Egyptian soil, but that does not mean he took possession of the country. Certainly the lineage of Egyptian "kings" continued without interruption.
Further, from multiple sources we know the walled city of Tyre never fell to nebby. They did agree to pay tribute and may have taken one of Nebbys people as an "adviser", but his army never entered the walled city, never destroyed towers, plundered,.........
Why are you afraid of letting history speak for itself and feel you need to use your own words to puff it up.
Regarding Tyre, what took place on the mainland,... you know, walls, towers? What does the history state?