2009. november 13., péntek

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Franca Pecchioli-Daddi - Giulia Torri - Carlo Corti (szerk.): Central-North Anatolia in the Hittite Period. New Perspectives in Light of Recent Research. Acts of the International Conference Held at the University of Florence (7-9 February 2007). Studia Asiana 5. Roma, Herder, 2009.

Onofrio Carruba: Indoeuropei ed Anatolia

Carlo Corti: Hattušili III and the Cult Management of the Holy City of Nerik (II)

Rainer M. Czichon: Archäologische Forschungen am Oymaağaç Höyük in den Jahren 2005 und 2006

Mario F. Fales, Stefano de Martino, Simonetta Ponchia, K. Strobel: Austro-Italian Archaeological Investigations in the Region of Yozgat (Turkey)

Massimo Forlanini: On the Middle Kızılırmak, II

Theo van den Hout: Reflections on the Origins and Development of the Hittite Tablet Collections in Hattuša and Their Consequences for the Rise of Hittite Literacy

Jörg Klinger: The Cult of Nerik – Revisited

Andreas Müller-Karpe: Recent Research on Hittite Archaeology in the “Upper Land”

Elisabeth Rieken (mit einem Beitrag von Gernot Wilhelm): Die Tontafelfunde aus Kayalıpınar

Ulf-Dietrich Schoop: Indications of Structural Change in the Hittite Pottery Inventory at Boğazköy-Hattuša

Itamar Singer: “In Hattuša The Royal House Declined”. Royal Mortuary Cult in 13th Century Hatti

Aygul Süel: Another Capital City of Hittite State: Šapinuwa

Giulia Torri: The Old Hittite Textual Tradition in the “Haus am Hang”

Gernot Wilhelm: Demographic Data from Hittite Land Donation Tablets

Tayfun Yıldırım: Hüseyindede: a Settlement in Northern Central Anatolia with New Contributions to Old Hittite Art

Anna Margherita Jasink, Luca Bombardieri, Mauro Marino: The Ahhiyawa Question and the Cretan Hieroglyphic Seals: Two Databases in the DBAS Project

Massimiliano Marazzi, Clelia Mora, Gerfrid Müller: The Anatolian Hieroglyphic Glyptics Project and its Digitalisation into the “Mainz Portal”

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