Biridiya of Megiddo - A Letter from a Canaanite ruler to pharaoh - possibly Akhenaten around 1352-1336 BC.
"To the king, my Lord, my God and Sun, thus speaks Biridiya the loyal servant of the king. I prostrate myself at the feet of the king seven times and seven times.
May the king know that since the archers have gone back Labayu, king of Shechem, carries out acts of hostility against me. We cannot pass through the gate and we cannot shear the wool in the presence of Labayu. He knows that you have not given me archers and now he intends to take Meggido. In truth, the city is destroyed by death as a result of pestilence and disease.
Give me one hundred garrison troops to guard the city, lest Labayu take it. Certainly, Labayu has no another intentions. He tries to destroy Meggido."