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Kathaituwa, Kathaiduwa

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Inventory No 2958
   
Geographical Type City
Determinative URU
   
   
Literature Cornelius, F., 1973: Geschichte der Hethiter, Darmstadt.

Götze, A., 1967: Die Annalen des Mursilis, Darmstadt.

Otten, H., 1981: Die Apologie Hattusilis III. (=StBoT 24), Wiesbaden.

   
   
Administration
   
Cult
   
History Because Tipiya didn’t give troops Mursili II invaded to land of Kathaiduwa and who received from there civilian captives, oxen, sheep took away to Hattusa and ravaged the city (A.M § 10) (Götze 1967: 26 vdd.).
   
   
Ancient Textual Documentation CTH 61.1.A: KBo 3.4 I 50
CTH 61.II.2.A: KUB 14.16 I 26 (br.), 29 (br.)
   
   
Net of Routes
   
Localization
(sure or highly probable)
   
Other Localization Proposals Between Amasya and Tokat (Cornelius 1973: 140).
   
   
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