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AFTER THE HITTITES: THE KINGDOMS OF KARKAMISH AND PALISTIN IN NORTHERN SYRIA
The disappearance and weakening of the Late Bronze Age territorial empires in the Eastern Mediterranean shortly after 1200 BC is traditionally held to be followed by a so-called Dark Age of aroundExpand
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Hittite Logograms and Hittite Scholarship
The cuneiform writing system, as used by the Hittites in Anatolia of the 2nd millennium BC to write their own language, was composed of both phonetic and logographic writings. The logograms, mostExpand
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Cuneiform royal inscriptions and related texts in the Schøyen Collection
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Tuwati and Wasusarma: Imitating the behaviour of Assyria
This essay reviews the evidence concerning the Tabalian king Wasusarma and his father Tuwati, who appear in Neo-Assyrian and Urartian annals. The context for the removal of Wasusarma (Uassurme) fromExpand
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A Stele of Prince Anaziti in the Yozgat Museum
The stele published here is currently housed in the Yozgat Archaeological Museum in Cen tral Turkey, where it is booked under the inventory number 1603. It was brought to the muse um from £alapverdiExpand
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Ceremonial plant consumption at Middle Bronze Age Büklükale, Kırıkkale Province, central Turkey
A shaft-like room at the Middle Bronze Age site of Büklükale in central Turkey preserved a rich archaeobotanical assemblage of charred and mineralised plant remains, dominated by fruits, spices andExpand
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The Land of Walastin at Tell Tayinat
A new join of fragments excavated at Tell Tayinat on the Amuq plain in Hatay province Turkey in 2012 clarifies the form of the country name Palastin/Walastin, which is now associated by some with theExpand
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The Akkadian Words for "Grain" and the God Haya.
Summary Akkadian had two words meaning "grain, barley" associated with the Sumerogram ˇ SE: ˇ'u(m) and e(y)yu(m). The former is a borrowing from Sumerian, the latter most pro- bably Semitic. NewExpand
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Personalisation of treatment with metformin by age, weight and sex: a MASTERMIND study
Results: The best fitting model was a linear regression containing all terms, with body mass index (BMI) rather than lean body-weight, plus a creatinine–dose interaction. A 10 year increase in ageExpand
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