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  • Author: Rukiye Akdoğan x
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Abstract

The small tablet from an officially acknowledged private collection in Turkey (“tablet Erkakan 121”) registers rations of grain for 19 men whose names are non-Akkadian and in their majority Hurrian. The place of origin seems to be the still unidentified city Tigunanu because nine names are identical with names on the Ḫapiru prism found there.

Abstract

Das Anadolu Medeniyetleri Müzesi in Ankara besitzt neben den Keilschrifttafeln, die in den Ausgrabungen in Boğazköy-Ḫattuša zu Tage getreten sind, eine Sammlung von Tafeln, die – zumindest überwiegend – ebenfalls von dort stammen, aber durch Ablieferung von Oberflächenfunden, durch Konfiskation oder Ankauf in den Besitz des Museums gelangt sind. Einen großen Teil dieses Materials hat K. Balkan bereits 1948 ediert. An dieser Stelle soll an jene Edition angeknüpft und die Edition solcher Texte fortgeführt werden.

Abstract

The Hittite cuneiform tablet fragments from Boğazköy / Ḫattusa presented here have been selected from among the group Bo 4658 to Bo 5000, to appear in a forthcoming edition. These nine fragments constitute joins or duplicates to previously known texts, including a fragment apparently duplicating the Kuruštama Treaty (CTH 134), a duplicate to Tudḫaliya IV’s Instructions and Loyalty Oath Imposition for Lords, Princes and Courtiers (CTH 255), a duplicate to Maštigga’s Ritual against Domestic Quarrel (CTH 404) as well as several fragments of further rituals, festivals and cult inventory texts.