Monday, December 31, 2012

Hittite Epigraphic Findings in the Ancient Near East

From the home page:

The present web-site has been developed with the purpose of creating a general geographic map of the epigraphic findings belonging to the Hittite Kingdom (1600 – 1150 BC). The findings listed here concern texts, seals, and inscribed objects written either in Akkadic or Hittite.
Data come from more than 70 archaeological sites spread over a territory extending from the Western Anatolian coast to the Tigris valley and from the Northern Anatolian coast to the Syro-Lebanese border.
The web-site and its contents have been created and are currently curated by Dr. Dario Fossati. The page was realized as part of the project "Creazione di una mappa interattiva dei ritrovamenti epigrafici nei siti anatolici e siriani sotto controllo ittita" and has been supervised by Professor Franca Pecchioli Daddi of the University of Florence.
It is part of the research project PRIN 2009 "Modelli di costruzione fisica ed ideologica del territorio e identit√† culturali: citt√† sacre, santuari, complessi funerari in Siria, Anatolia e Transcaucasia nelle Et� del Bronzo e del Ferro", supervised by Professor Stefania Mazzoni.

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