The nebra.gif - previously uploaded and in our decipherment showing
the Nebra Disc with an eclipse from March 23, 2340 BC marked on it -
stems from Nebra, Germany near Kyffhäuser, where a modern monument
now stands on older foundations.
Kyffhäuser marks Cassiopeia. The sites of Kyffhäuser and Nebra are
just above the German town of "Andisleben" (Andis-Leben), a namesake
of this author's first name Andis. The interesting confluence of
names is that "Jostandis" (Jost-Andis) in Lithuanian is in fact the
name for Cassiopeia, meaning "belt" or "crown" of heaven. In fact,
the star beta-Cassiopeia, the upper right-hand corner of this "belt"
or "crown" is called Caph, Chaph or Kaff in Arabic, suggesting an
original relation with the German name Kyff as in Kyff-Häuser. See
in this regard, Richard Hinckley Allen, Star Names, page 146.
It should also be noted that in Germanic legend, the ravens of Wotan
(Odin) flew around the mountain of Kyffhäuser. We see a black bird
pictured above Cassiopeia at Hierakonpolis on the Naqada
astronomical Wall Painting – as we have deciphered it. Accordingly,
this is another indication that Kyffhäuser marked Cassiopeia.