Ursu and Ḫaššum

@article{Smith1956UrsuA,
  title={Ursu and Ḫa{\vs}{\vs}um},
  author={Sidney E. Smith},
  journal={Anatolian Studies},
  year={1956},
  volume={6},
  pages={35 - 43}
}
Professor Garstang, Whose excavations and geographical studies have so notably increased sources of information about, and our knowledge of, eastern Cilicia in early times, will have watched with interest, and perhaps with amusement, the way in which, in modern studies of texts, locations proposed for Ursu have jumped about over a considerable area, in which physical features might be expected to restrict the possibilities. As the story of Ursu in the second millennium ends just before that of… 

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