The land of Hiyawa (Que) revisited

  title={The land of Hiyawa (Que) revisited},
  author={Trevor R. Bryce},
  journal={Anatolian Studies},
  pages={67 - 79}
  • T. Bryce
  • Published 29 June 2016
  • History
  • Anatolian Studies
Abstract The focus of this article is the recently published, near-duplicate ARSUZ inscriptions carved on two stelae found near İskenderun in southeastern Turkey and dating to the later tenth century BC. Particular attention is given to the historical section of these inscriptions, and its reference to a land called Hiyawa (Assyrian Que) in eastern Cilicia, previously attested in only one other Iron Age inscription, the Luwian-Phoenician bilingual found at Çineköy near Adana. The article… 
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