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A New Interpretation of the Old Hittite Zalpa-Text (CTH 3.1): Nēša as the Capital under Ḫuzzii̯a I, Labarna I, and Ḫattušili I
- HistoryJournal of the American Oriental Society
This article discusses one of the main problems of the Zalpa-text, namely that its mythological part deals with the relations between Zalpa and Nēša, but leaves Ḫattuša unmentioned, whereas its…
Fresh views on the early history of Indo-European and its relation to Uralic
The volume at hand presents a series of articles on two hypotheses relevant for Indo-European linguistics: the much-discussed socalled Indo-Anatolian hypothesis (previously also known as “IndoHittite…