Hieroglyphic Luwian evidence for stag deities, Runtiya and Karhuha, in Hittite Anatolia and Syria.
This issue of the Hungarian Assyriological Review features proceedings of the “Current Research on Lycian“ Workshop, February 16-17 2017
This paper argues that the identification of Ḫinduwa with Kandyba is problematic both linguistically and geographically.
It will be argued that the Lycian PN Trbbe͂nime/i- is composed of elements of Indo-European origin, as revealed by Lycian coins.
Kadyanda has so far yielded five Lycian inscriptions, four of them unusual. Three are treated here, reinforcing its dating to 282/281 BC