Luwian inscription


  • Relief, votiv stone or altar
  • visible
  • Location uncertain
(see also PELAGIOS)



Tel Battal Shamali

Tel Battal Shamali

Sikizlar (Sekizler)

Neo-Hittite quarry

Tell Qaramel [Tel al-Qaramel] in Syria

Neolithic settlement.


Surroundings (Panoramio)


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  2. Alessandra Gilibert, Syro-Hittite Monumental Art and the Archaeology of Performance: The Stone Reliefs at Carchemish and Zincirli in the Earlier First Millennium BCE, Walter de Gruyter, 2011, pp. 110nn
  3. Ilya Yakubovich,The West Semitic God El in Anatolian Hieroglyphic Transmission in:  Hethitica: Studies on the Hittites and Their Neighbours in Honour of Itamar Singer, Studien zu den Boğazköy-Texten, Bd. 51, Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz, 2010, pp. 392-393
  4. Anna H Bauer, Morphosyntax of the noun phrase in hieroglyphic Luwian, Brill's studies in Indo-European languages & linguistics, vol. 12, Leiden,  Brill  2014, pp. 304nn