The inscriptions of the Aleppo temple

@article{Hawkins2011TheIO,
  title={The inscriptions of the Aleppo temple},
  author={John David Hawkins},
  journal={Anatolian Studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={61},
  pages={35 - 54}
}
  • J. Hawkins
  • Published 1 December 2011
  • History
  • Anatolian Studies
Abstract The location of the Temple of the Storm-God of Aleppo, one of the most famous cult-centres of antiquity, has long been a matter of speculation, but was finally revealed by excavations on Aleppo citadel begun in 1996. These have gradually uncovered the central cult-room of the temple with a rich inventory of sculptures datable to several phases of the construction. In 2003 came the dramatic exposure of a substantial Hieroglyphic Luwian inscription recording a dedication to the Storm-God… 
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