Hittite Landscape and Geography

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In Hittite Landscape and Geography Mark Weeden and Lee Ullmann have gathered 28 specialist authors to present an up-to-date account of research on the Geography of Late Bronze Age Anatolia (second half of the second millennium BC) using information both from cuneiform texts and from archaeological excavation and survey. The study of texts and archaeology require different specialisms. This is the first time an attempt has been made to present a co-ordinated monograph-length view of Hittite geography since 1959, and the first time that any work has tried to balance archaeological and textual data for the same geographical areas. The result is a foundational research tool which will put scholarship on Hittite Geography on a firm footing for the future.

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Biographical Note

Mark Weeden, is a senior lecturer in Ancient Near Eastern Studies at SOAS, University of London. He works on Anatolia and Syria in the Late Bronze and Iron Ages, and authored the book Hittite Logograms and Hittite Scholarship (2011). Lee Ullmann is the Director of the MIT Sloan Latin America Office in Santiago, Chile. He previously taught in the Art History & Archaeology Department at Columbia University and his PhD was entitled Movement and the Making of Place in the Hittite Landscape.

Table of contents

List of Figures List of Sigla and Abbreviations Textual and Bibliographical Abbreviations 1 IntroductionMark Weeden and Lee Z. Ullmann

Perspectives based Primarily on Archaeological Evidence

2 The Land of the Hittites: Airs, Waters and PlacesNeil Roberts 3 The Discovery of a Hittite City Developments in Hittite Geography based on the Identification of Ortaköy-ŠapinuwaAygül Süel and Mustafa Süel† 4 Hattusa and its Environs: ArchaeologyAndreas Schachner 5 Central East: Archaeology. Alacahöyük, Eskiyapar, Ortaköy, MaşathöyükTunç Sipahi, Aygül Süel, Mustafa Süel† and Mark Weeden 6 The East: Archaeology. The Upper Land, Azzi-Hayaša, IšuwaAndreas Müller-Karpe 7 The North: ArchaeologyClaudia Glatz 8 South-Central: ArchaeologyAlvise Matessi and Bianca Maria Tomassini Pieri 9 Central West: ArchaeologyKimiyoshi Matsumura and Mark Weeden 10 The West: ArchaeologySevinç Günel 11 Kizzuwatna: ArchaeologyMirko Novák and Susanne Rutishauser 12 The Euphrates States and Elbistan: ArchaeologyMichael Brown and Tony J. Wilkinson† 13 The Northern Levant: ArchaeologyJesse Casana

Perspectives based Primarily on Philological Evidence

14 Hattuša and Environs: PhilologyÖzlem Sir Gavaz 15 Central East: PhilologyAygül Süel, Mustafa Süel† and Mark Weeden 16 The East: Upper Land, Išuwa-Malitiya, Azzi-Hayaša PhilologyMetin Alparslan 17 The North: Hanhana, Hattena, Ištahara, Hakpiš, Nerik, Zalpuwa, Tummana, Pala and the Hulana River LandCarlo Corti 18 South Central: The Lower Land and TarḫuntaššaMassimo Forlanini 19 Central West: PhilologyStefano de Martino 20 The West: PhilologyMax Gander 21 Kizzuwatna and the Euphrates States: Kummaha, Elbistan, Malatya: PhilologyJ. David Hawkins and Mark Weeden 22 The Historical Geography of Hittite Syria: PhilologyYoram Cohen 23 A Commercial Geography of Anatolia: Integrating Hittite and Assyrian Texts, Archaeology and TopographyGojko Barjamovic 24 Moving through the Landscape in Hittite TextsJürgen Lorenz Bibliography

Readership

Academics, students and general readers interested in the study of the Hittite civilisation especially the field of its Historical Geography and anyone interested in the landscape of Anatolia/Turkey.

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