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Ḫarkiya

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Inventory No 3074
   
Geographical Type City
Determinative URU
   
   
Literature De Martino S., 2006: "The City of Tawiniya and the Meaning of the Word paššu- in Hittite Texts", in R.Bombi et alii, Studi linguistici in onore di Roberto Gusmani, Alessandria, Vol. 1, 237-247.

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

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.

Hoffmann, I., 1984: Der Erlass Telipinus, Heidelberg.
   
   
Administration Having a "sealed storehouse" in the time of king Telepinu (CTH 19, Hoffmann 1984, 40-41); in this list Ḫarkiya occurs after ]muḫa, probably Tagalmuha, whose men are mentioned together with that of Kuruštamma (see s.v., in the province of Arinna).
A woman of the house of Parriyanziti of the palace arḫuizna in H., KBo 10.10 V 17'-18'.
   
Cult
   
History
   
   
Ancient Textual Documentation CTH 19 Ia (2BoTU 23 A) III 18: KBo 3.68: 8
CTH 235: KBo 10.10 V 21'
CTH 238.4: KBo 16.57 rev. 1 (ḪAR-k]i-ya)
CTH 282.8: KUB 48.48 rev. 2' (?)
   
   
Net of Routes
   
Localization
(sure or highly probable)
In the province of Tawiniya (M. Forlanini 1979: 167; 2008: 163; De Martino 2006: 546).
   
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