What this truly confirms is that the Trojan War was never in the Aegean. Trojan princes were not taking large fleets from Asia Minor to the Levant to conduct a war of conquest while leaving their flank open to adventurous Greek Warlords. Those warlords were not combining to attack Troy in the face of such a fleet either.
In fact this prince is Trojan only because he is from Asia minor in the right time and place that archeologists believe is Troy. This is known as a fundamental error.
As i have posted in the past, thanks to author Da Vinci, the Trojan War took place about this time in the Baltic. That was around 1178 - 1180 BC as confirmed by star locations reported in the Iliad itself.
What then happened is that in 1159 BC we had a massive economic collapse that ended northern agriculture and the whole Atlantean world as well. This broke the power of the Sea Peoples in particular and triggered a desperate movement of peoples south to the Aegean known now as the Dorian invasion. They happily renamed towns after their homeland towns. Their own fleet made the trip around the European mainland in order to join their peoples and support their invasion.
This important inscription makes it clear that the navel resource there would prevent a so called Trojan War. Recall that the Iliad speaks of no such navy at all. What we have conforms well to Baltic conditions in which a confederation of essentially sea side communities decide to beat up a fortified wealthy town and struggle with it. .