WALWET and KUKALIM

@article{Dale2015WALWETAK,
  title={WALWET and KUKALIM},
  author={Alexander Dale},
  journal={Kadmos},
  year={2015},
  volume={54},
  pages={151 - 166}
}
  • A. Dale
  • Published 2015
  • Linguistics
  • Kadmos
Abstract This paper examines the walwet and kukalim legends appearing on early electrum coinage from Lydia. After a survey of previous interpretations, it is argued that the appurtenance suffix in kukalim functions as a patronymic, ‘I am a son/descendant of Gyges’, referring to Alyattes, whose name is now generally and correctly seen in walwet. Building on this, the chronological implications that this reading poses for the dates of Alyattes are then considered in relation to the revised dating… 
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Eine bisher unbeachtete Alyattes-Münze
Bu kisa calismada yakin zamanlarda yayimlanan Ἀλυά ( ττης ) lejandi tasiyan bir sikke tanitilmaktadir. Eger sikke orijinal ise, uzerindeki lejand Lydia sikke lejantlarinin yorumunda etkili olacaktir.
A new Lydian Alyattes Coin

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