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Paršananḫila, Paršanaḫila

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Inventory No 2971
   
Geographical Type City Land
Determinative URU KUR.URU
   
   
Literature Cornelius, F., 1958: "Geographie der Hethiterreiches", OrNS 27, 225-251, 373-398.

Cornelius, F., 1967: “Neue Arbeiten zur hethitischen Geographie”, Anatolica 1, 62-77.

Cornelius, F., 1973: Geschichte der Hethiter, Darmstadt.

Forlanini, M. 1979: "Appunti di geografia etea", Studia Mediterranea P. Meriggi dicata, 165-185.

Forlanini M. - M. Marazzi 1986: Atlante Storico del Vicino Oriente Antico 4.3, Roma.

Forlanini, M., 2008: “The Central Provinces of Hatti: An Updating”, K. Strobel (ed.), New Perspectives on the Historical Geography and Topography of Anatolia in the II and I Millennium B.C.(Eothen 16), Firenze, 145-188.

del Monte, G. - J. Tischler 1978: Die Orts- und Gewässernamen der hethitischen Texte (RGTC 6), Wiesbaden.

Xačatrjan, V. N., 1976: "Nekotorye voprosy toponimiki central'nyx raionov strany Xatti", Drevnij Vostok 2, Erevan, 67-74.
   
   
Administration Capital of a ḫalṣu-district, including the following towns: Ankataḫa (or the town of the goddess Kataḫa), Ḫaḫaliya, Šantašara, Tiwaliya, Ḫaparduna, Taḫandariya, Wanipa, Mīta, Paršananziya, Dāḫaya, Ḫa
  • putta, [Waš]tiša (HT 2 III 12-25//KBo 2. 31: obv. 15'-24')
    Buildings
    É LÚSANGA (KBo 2. 31: obv. 7')
    É wana[......] (KBo 2. 31: obv. 8')
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    Cult Priests: SANGA (HT 2: III 8)
    Women singers MUNUSMEŠ SÌR: HT 2: III 3-27// KBo 2. 31: obv. 7'-24'..
    Statues: HT 4 8'-9'
       
    History
       
       
    Ancient Textual Documentation CTH 235. 2A: HT 2: III 1, 27 (//KBo 2. 31: obv. 14 = CTH 235. 2B), Readings corrected according to manuscript B.
    CTH 237.2: HT 4: 8' ( ..n]aḫila)
       
       
    Net of Routes
       
    Localization
    (sure or highly probable)
    In the area of Zippalanda (Uşaklı ?) and of Mount Taḫa (Kerkenes Dağ?). Cf. Also Ḫaliputta, Mīta and Dāḫaya, belonging to her district. Together with Mīda and Šalma in a group of 7 towns whose statues are inventoried (HT 4 8'-9').
       
    Other Localization Proposals Cornelius (1958) 386-387: short form Parša, id. with Byz. Porson near Ankara; id. (1967) 75 and (1973) 301, n.18: read MursaDhila or ParsaDhila and placed it at Pınarbaşı.
    Xačatrjan (1976) 73-74: near Kartapaḫa, between Šalma (in the area of Ankara) and Ḫattuša
    Forlanini (1977) map : south of Delice; id. (1979) and (1986), maps: south of Delice, north of Kırşehir.
       
       
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