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Hittite Studies in Honor of Harry A. Hoffner Jr. on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday

Edited by Gary Beckman, Richard Beal, and Gregory McMahon

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Hittite Studies in Honor of Harry A. Hoffner Jr. on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday

Edited by Gary Beckman, Richard Beal, and Gregory McMahon

A tribute to America’s preeminent scholar of Hittite language and culture, Professor Harry A. Hoffner, Jr., of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. The thirty-four contributors, students, and colleagues treat topics as diverse as Hittite contacts with the Mycenaean Greeks, the topography of the Hittite capital, and various aspects of Hittite grammar and etymology.

 

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A tribute to America’s preeminent scholar of Hittite language and culture, Professor Harry A. Hoffner, Jr., of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. The thirty-four contributors, students, and colleagues treat topics as diverse as Hittite contacts with the Mycenaean Greeks, the topography of the Hittite capital, and various aspects of Hittite grammar and etymology.

Middle Hittite-‘Middle Kingdom’ Alfonso Archi

The Predecessors of Hattusili I Richard H. Beal

Gilgamesh in Hatti Gary Beckman

Relations between Hatti and Ahhiyawa in the Last Decades of the Bronze Age Trevor Bryce

On the Trail of the Deer: Hittite kurala- Billie Jean Collins

Le cariche d’oro Franca Pecchioli Daddi

Enkel des Konigs, aber kein Prinz! Ali M. Dincol and Belkis Dincol

De la confrontation a l’entente cordiale: les relations assyro-hittites a la fin de l’age du Bronze (ca-1180 av. J.C.) J. Freu

The Upper Land, matum elitum O. R. Gurney?

Bull Jumping in a Hittite Text? Hans G. Guterbock?

Betrachtungen zur Traditionsgeschichte hethitischer Rituale am Beispiel des ‘Sundenbock’-Motivs Volkert Haas

Zur sachlichen Zustandigkeit des Konigsgerichts (DI.KUD LUGAL) in der hethitischen Rechtssatzung Richard Haase

The Hittite Ritual Against a Curse (CTH 429) Hripsime S. Haroutunian

The Storm-God Seal of Mursili III J. D. Hawkins

Studies in the Hittite Phraseological Construction I: Its Syntactic and Semantic Properties Theo van den Hout

A New Look at the Outline Tablets of the AN.TAH.SUMSAR Festival: The Text-copy VS NF 12.1 Philo H. J. Houwink ten Cate

Why Did the Hittites Have a Thousand Deities? Cem Karasu

Zur Palaographie akkadischsprachiger Texte aus Hattusa J. Klinger

A Note on ‘The Tale of the Merchants’ Silvin Kosak

More on the So-called ‘Puhanu Chronicle’ Stefano de Martino and Fiorella Imparati?

Cultural Boundaries in Hittite Ritual Gregory McMahon

Hittite antaka- ‘loins’ and an Overlooked Myth about Fire H. Craig Melchert

On Some Clauses in the Kurunta Treaty and the Political Scenery at the End of the Hittite Empire Clelia Mora

Die hurritischen Pronomina der hurritisch-hethitischen Bilingue aus Hattusa Erich Neu?

Hethitisch utezzi ‘Nasse’ und indogermanisch *wed- Norbert Oettinger

Zur Topographie von Hattusa: Tempel auf Buyukkale Maciej Popko

Of Loons and Legumes Jaan Puhvel

Forcing Morals on Mesopotamian Society? Jack M. Sasson

The Great Scribe Taki-Sarruma Itamar Singer

A Practical Vocabulary from Ortakoy* Aygul Suel and OGuz Soysal

Is Tuthaliya’s Sword Really Aegean? Piotr Taracha

Word Play in Hittite Literature? Ahmet Unal

Hittite ku-ku-us-zi, KUB 10.99 i 29 Calvert Watkins

Konig Silber und Konig Hidam Gernot Wilhelm

Indexes

Lexemes

Hieroglyphic Luwian Signs

Hittite Grammar

Proper Names

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