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Addendum to ‘Phoenician and Luwian in Early Iron Age Cilicia’ by Ilya Yakubovich

Addendum to ‘Phoenician and Luwian in Early Iron Age Cilicia’ by Ilya Yakubovich Anatolian Studies 65 (2015): 54–55 doi:10.1017/S0066154615000022 © British Institute at Ankara 2015 Addendum to ‘Phoenician and Luwian in Early Iron Age Cilicia’ by Ilya Yakubovich J.D. Hawkins School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK t is dismaying to find Ilya Yakubovich giving support recent). Elsewhere when the names of the city and the land Iand currency to a recent, but quite baseless, proposal of differ they may be used interchangeably; cf. Gurgum/ Rostislav Oreshko to re-read the KARATEPE toponym Marqas, Kizzuwatna/Kummanni, etc. Adanawa, ‘Adana’, as Ahiyawa (Oreshko 2013a; (3) ‘Oreshko argues that the sign *429 … need not be Yakubovich 2015a: 39). Oreshko proposes to re-evaluate read as <DANA>, but can be assigned a value <HIYA>… ’. the Anatolian Hieroglyph *429, hitherto read on secure The value DANA is of course attributed on the unam- digraphic evidence as dana, with a new value hiya, and to biguous digraphic alternation with -ta-na (see further gain thereby from KARATEPE the Iron Age designation below, under point 7). Oreshko unfortunately is adopting of Plain Cilicia as Ahiyawa, to be equated with the Hittite a regular practice of denying or ignoring well-established Empire ‘land of Ahhiya(wa)’, now generally (though not http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Anatolian Studies Cambridge University Press

Addendum to ‘Phoenician and Luwian in Early Iron Age Cilicia’ by Ilya Yakubovich

Anatolian Studies , Volume 65: 2 – Jul 6, 2015

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Cambridge University Press
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2048-0849
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10.1017/S0066154615000022
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Anatolian Studies 65 (2015): 54–55 doi:10.1017/S0066154615000022 © British Institute at Ankara 2015 Addendum to ‘Phoenician and Luwian in Early Iron Age Cilicia’ by Ilya Yakubovich J.D. Hawkins School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK t is dismaying to find Ilya Yakubovich giving support recent). Elsewhere when the names of the city and the land Iand currency to a recent, but quite baseless, proposal of differ they may be used interchangeably; cf. Gurgum/ Rostislav Oreshko to re-read the KARATEPE toponym Marqas, Kizzuwatna/Kummanni, etc. Adanawa, ‘Adana’, as Ahiyawa (Oreshko 2013a; (3) ‘Oreshko argues that the sign *429 … need not be Yakubovich 2015a: 39). Oreshko proposes to re-evaluate read as <DANA>, but can be assigned a value <HIYA>… ’. the Anatolian Hieroglyph *429, hitherto read on secure The value DANA is of course attributed on the unam- digraphic evidence as dana, with a new value hiya, and to biguous digraphic alternation with -ta-na (see further gain thereby from KARATEPE the Iron Age designation below, under point 7). Oreshko unfortunately is adopting of Plain Cilicia as Ahiyawa, to be equated with the Hittite a regular practice of denying or ignoring well-established Empire ‘land of Ahhiya(wa)’, now generally (though not

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Published: Jul 6, 2015

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