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Fragment from the Luwian hieroglyphic inscription on the Tell Ahmar stele 2 (Til-Barsib II, No. 281), dedicated to the Storm God

By 200 BC – 500 BC) Iron Age (c. 1

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Luwian hieroglyphic inscription on the Tell Ahmar stele 2 (Til-Barsib II, No. 281), dedicated to the Storm God. This small piece may have an interest out of proportion to its size and the few words which it preserves: The first word Masuwa[ra/i]n(URBS), confirmed by examination, for it would recall the introduction of the inscription on Tell Ahmar stele 2 (Louvre, AO 11505).135 film (36×24 mm) ; 90×125 mm, black and white photography ; 125×180 mm, black and white photograph

Topics: Images; Steles (Archaeology); Luwian inscriptions; Hittite relief (Sculpture); Tell Ahmar (Syria)
Publisher: Koç University, Suna Kıraç Library as digital publisher
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:libcdm.ku.edu.tr:GHC/1855
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