Alwin Kloekhorst: Kanišite Hittite. The Earliest Attested Record of Indo-European. (Handbook of Oriental Studies, Section One, Near And Middle East, Volume 132). Leiden: Brill, 2019. xii+303 pp. Hardback. ISBN 978-90-04-39791-0. Preis: €154.0 / $185.00.
The primary goal of the monograph under review is summarizing the available research on the Anatolian personal names in Old Assyrian cuneiform sources.1 The clay tablets where the relevant names… Expand
Hittite Historical Phonology after 100 Years (and after 20 Years)
On the centennial of Hrozný's identification of Hittite as an Indo-European language I review the major issues in Hittite historical phonology, in comparison not only with his sketch of 1917 but also… Expand
The annals and lost golden statue of the Hittite king Hattušili I
Hitit baskenti Hattusa’da kazilarda bulunan pismis toprak tabletler sozde erken Hitit krali I. Hattusili’nin (yak. 1650-1620) askeri basarisinin bes yilini kaydetmektedir. Genel olarak Hattusili’nin… Expand
The Making of Hittite Imperial Landscapes: Territoriality and Balance of Power in South-Central Anatolia during the Late Bronze Age
Abstract Aim of the present work is to offer an understanding of the mechanisms informing the making and reproduction of the Hittite Empire (17th-13th BCE) in its diachronic evolution. The analysis… Expand
Bureaucracy and Bureaucratic Change in Hittite Administration.
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Writing in Anatolia: The Origins of the Anatolian Hieroglyphs and the Introductions of the Cuneiform Script
Abstract This article argues that the Anatolian hieroglyphic script, which is generally thought to have been an invention of the second half of the second millennium BCE, has its origins already in… Expand