Corpus of Hieroglyphic Luwian Inscriptions: Vol. 1. by Hawkins, J. David

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2 . -'-: . - ". Copies: traced from the stone. 18. KARKAl\IlS A26a 1 and 2 ' I ! I ,1 ffi. Copy: traced from the stone. 17. J -----------------------------II. KARKAMIS PLATE 28 ! 3 m. 3 m. Photographs: prints from excavation negatives. Copy: traced from squeeze. 19. L-- --'-- Photographs: taken in Ankara Museum in 1987. Copy: traced from the stone. 19. KARKAl\HS A20a2 • PLATE 29 II. KARKAMIS frag. - Photographs: frags. 2 3 an d 4 , pnms . d f negatives', rom'excavatlon frag taken \ kara luuseum 1\ 4" .

KARKI\MIS 1\27 e frags. 1-2 ~ tTl VI ~ .. - - - - _ . + . _-- - ... b Photographs: prints from excavation negatives. Copies: traced from photographs. 36. KARKAMIS A 13a- b ..... ~~ ~ ,P ~ C/). II.

_' " . <~ :~ ", t,22 Copies: traced from squeezes (frags. 1,2, J, 4,5,6,11,12,16, 19a, 22) and from stone (frags. 10,13,15,18,19,20). 25. KARKA~lIS A24 ,TE40 II. KARKAMIS obverse reverse Photogra Phs: prims f rom the B .. 26 . KA RKAMIS B62 . nttsh Museum a with i ' nscnption A31 . PLATE 41 II. s m. Photographs: prints from the British ~luseum. cut and mounted as a composite photograph (photograph of frag. 1, counesy of Dr. H. Gannet). Copy: traced from the stone (including frag. 1, by A. Archi; lost frags.

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