The onager kings of Anatolia: Hartapus, Gordis, Muška and the steppe strand in early Phrygian culture

@article{Oreshko2020TheOK,
  title={The onager kings of Anatolia: Hartapus, Gordis, Mu{\vs}ka and the steppe strand in early Phrygian culture},
  author={Rostislav Oreshko},
  journal={Kadmos},
  year={2020},
  volume={59},
  pages={77 - 128}
}
Abstract The article discusses a complex of questions associated with the king Ḫartapus and early culture of the Phrygians. §§ 1-3 revise the evidence of the newly discovered HLuw. inscription TÜRKMEN-KARAHÖYÜK, arguing that the correct reading of king’s name in the first line is AQUILA+ra/i-tá-pu-sa = Ḫartapus, and (once again) that the king is not a conqueror, but a native king of Masa or Muška, who reigned in the late 2nd millennium BC. In §§ 4-5 it is suggested that HLuw. Ḫartapus conceals… 
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