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Tayinat's Building XVI: The Religious Dimensions and Significance of a Tripartite Temple at Neo-Assyrian Kunulua

@inproceedings{Petrovich2016TayinatsBX,
  title={Tayinat's Building XVI: The Religious Dimensions and Significance of a Tripartite Temple at Neo-Assyrian Kunulua},
  author={Douglas Petrovich},
  year={2016}
}
After the collapse of the Hittite Empire and most of the power structures in the Levant at the end of the Late Bronze Age, new kingdoms and powerful city-states arose to fill the vacuum over the course of the Iron Age. One new player that surfaced on the regional scene was the Kingdom of Palistin, which was centered at Kunulua, the ancient capital that has been identified positively with the site of Tell Tayinat in the Amuq Valley. The archaeological and epigraphical evidence that has surfaced… Expand

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