Hittite-Kizzuwatnean relations in the light of the Akkadian-language treaties
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Hittite-Kizzuwatnean relations in the light of the Akkadian-language treaties
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S207987840000448-1-1
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Abstract
The author treats relations between Hittites and Kizzuwadna before Pilliya. On the base of historical considerations and some formal and palaeographical criteria the following options are proposed and argued for: Kizzuwadna became an independent state under Telipinu (rebellious Adaniya under Ammuna is not to be identifyed to Kizzuwadna); CTH 26 has some common orthographic features with CTH 21 (concluded by Telipinu) but not with CTH 29 (concluded by Tahurwaili); CTH 26 belongs to Alluwamna and precedes CTH 29; the sequense Alluwamna - Tahurwaili can be shown independently by palaeographic comparison.
Keywords
Alluwamna, Eheya, foreign policy, Hittites, Išputahšu, Kizzuwatna, Paddatiššu, parity treaty, Telepinu
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03.11.2012
Publication date
31.12.2012
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