Phoenician and Luwian in Early Iron Age Cilicia

  title={Phoenician and Luwian in Early Iron Age Cilicia},
  author={Ilya Yakubovich},
  journal={Anatolian Studies},
  pages={35 - 53}
Abstract The relationship between the Luwian and Phoenician versions of the bilingual texts emanating from Cilicia has never been systematically studied from the philological viewpoint. In this paper I endeavour to demonstrate that a converging set of formal arguments supports the primary character of the Phoenician versions of the ÇINEKÖY and KARATEPE 1 bilinguals and the secondary character of their Luwian versions. I interpret this as a metaphor for the relationship between two ethnic… 
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