In Western Palestine meanwhile, Abimelek's descendants i.e. the [[עוים|Avvim]] of Anak/Inachus were eventually subdued by the Minoan [[כפתרים|Caphtors]]. It is from these that descended the Inachid followers of [[הענק|Inachus]] and their Anactorian wives.
After the [[כפתרים|Caphtorim]] gave Libya in marriage to Egypt's [[לודים|Phoenician]] 18th Dynasty, Theseus, Danaus, and the "Lukka" (Wolf) sons of Aegyptus set about rescuing the Palestinians of Peloponnese and Crete from the cannibalistic Minotaur cult of Minoan Caphtorite oppression. These "Peleset", by the time of [[כפתרים|Deucalion of Crete]], were incorporated into the [[לודים|Danuna-Lukka]] and/or brought the Iron age to Cana'an during the Judges period.
According to Achamenid DNA and Ashina Sogdian legend, however, a princess of the [[לודים|Danuna-Lukka]] who was called Danaë entered into a secret marriage with a descendant of Pelasgus called Ashina whom she harbored. When this was discovered, it was treated as an act of treason by her Father who sentenced her to be set out to sea in a chest. She was found by Dictys son of [[כפתרים|Magnes]] and lied to him that her son, Perseus, was also a [[כפתרים|Caphtorite]] (rather than a Pelasgian) in order to gain support to overthrow the [[לודים|Danuna-Lukka]] Acrisius and Proteus of Peloponnese-Palestine. This is accomplished by Perseus as an adult who must then in accordance with Greek law swap kingdoms with [[לודים|Megapenthes]] of Tiryns who becomes the new leader of the [[לודים|Danuna-Lukka]] and, adopted by [[פתרסים|Menelaus]], leads them against the Northern "Perseid" Palestinians in the the war against Troy where he kills Perseus.
The Perseid Palestinians, forced to migrate following the fall of Troy, first harass the Egyptians of Ramesses II before arriving to rule in Medea's Colchis (מָֽדָאָ֔ה not to be confused with מָדַ֖י) as the Achamenids whose great-great grandson together with [[Darius the Mede]] liberated Babylonia from the Chaldaeans.
Other [[לודים|Danuna-Lukka]] *''might''* have brought bagpipes to the celts by whom they were called the Tuatha de Danann.