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Inventory No 3109
Geographical Type City
Determinative URU
Literature von Brandenstein, C.G. 1943: Hethitische Götter nach Bildbeschreibungen in Keilschrifttexten, (MVAeG 46/2) Leipzig.

del Monte G. F.- J. Tischer, 1978: Die Orts und Gewässernamen der Hethitischen Texte, RGTC

del Monte G. F., 1992: Die Orts und Gewässernamen der Hethitischen Texte, (RGTC 6/2), Wiesbaden.

Nashef, Kh., 1991: Die Orts-und Gewässernamen der altassyrischen Zeit, RGTC 4.

Rost, L., 1961: “Zu den hethitischen Bildbeschreibungen”, 1. Teil, MIO 8: 161-217.

Cult Subject matter of KUB 38.1 obv. I 1-5 is the cult inventory of Tarameka city. ‘’Tarammeka city descriptions about Storm God of the cantonment and Marduk: two silver wakšur cups equals two mana silver. We have buit them a new temple and designated a priest. For the Zababa, war god of Tarameka city one silver fist and two great copper shields’’
History Tarameka city is mentioned in Kültepe 1b site names, and also recorded in Hittite texts as a city with three temples and one palace (KUB 38.1 I)
Ancient Textual Documentation CTH 501: KUB 38.1 I 1’, 4’, 28’
Kt f/k 80

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There isn’t enough record exists about this city, which must be searched in southwest Anatolia.
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