Lukka Revisited

  title={Lukka Revisited},
  author={T. Bryce},
  journal={Journal of Near Eastern Studies},
  pages={121 - 130}
  • T. Bryce
  • Published 1992
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
IN an article published in Journal of Near Eastern Studies in 1974, I discussed a number of texts which appear to have a bearing on the location of Lukka, or the Lukka Lands, in Anatolia during the Late Bronze Age.' In attempting to explain various references to Lukka which in geographical terms seemed to be inconsistent, I postulated two main groups of Lukka settlements, one in the region of Classical Lykaonia, the other in western Caria, bordering the region of Miletos. Because of additional… Expand
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