Culture and history of the ancient Near East, 5

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BRILL, 2000 - 307 ˹
A conspicuous hiatus in literature on Hittite ritual exists on the transfer and substitution techniques or motifs. This is the first full description and analysis of this ritual, and as such provides the readers with an important contribution to our understanding of Hittite religious practice. The Hittite substitution ritual is here presented making use of much new textual material. It presents the manuscripts with translations and transcriptions of all duplicate texts, an ample glossary of words, full thematic indices, and commentaries. The latter shed light on the linguistic and cultural aspects, the role of chthonic deities, the cult of ancestors of North Syrian origin, etc., thus also defining a history of various purification motifs in Hittite substitution rituals.
 

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Das Ersatzritual für den Großkönig Tuthalija
3
Kommentar
96
Allgemeines zum Ritual
160
Auf der Suche nach der althethitischen Tradition
207
Ersatzrituale mittelhethitischer Zeit
213
Neuhethitische Ersatzkönigsrituale
219
Hethitisch
225
Konträrindex zu den vorne abgebrochenen hethitischen Wortformen
260
Akkadogramme
277
Zahlangaben
281
Götternamen
283
Personennamen
285
Literaturverzeichnis
286
Indices A Besprochene Wörter
301
Luwisch
302
B Transkribierte bzw übersetzte Textstellen
303

Luwisch
261
Sumerogramme
262

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Piotr Taracha, Ph.D. (1993) in Aegean archaeology is Lecturer in the Hittite language at the Oriental Institute of the University of Warsaw and Research Fellow at the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences. He has published on Hittite language and literature, Hattian language and Aegean weaponry.

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