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C. Here it is not militance and dignity, it is subservience and dignity between which the sculptor must strike a balance. Certainly the Hurrianinspired supreme goddess of Yazilikaya is not the same we see disrobing and dispensing rain as consort of the thunder god on Old Anatolian seals. The goddesses with turreted crowns that follow him and float above a double eagle are identified as Alanzu, daughter of Tesub and Hebat, and 'Tesub's granddaughter', whose Hurrian name is not known as yet. 250, note 6.
This time Tudhaliya is spelt MOUNTAIN × GOD + tu, and the logogram HERO is added to the titles. Her type 11 includes early lion hilts. XXXVI). The young god, ready to smite with his lightning, stands on a mountain god who joins his hands in prayer and is flanked by two lions. 197–198. 21: 16–22. They brandish daggers and appear in doorways. 222. 11. 221–229. Page 29 116 description and monument found is rare. 50 cm) in height. " "City of Lapana: Iyaya, the cult statue is the statuette of a woman in wood, sitting, veiled, of one [span], her head goldplated but her body and her throne tinplated.
XVd, XLc). His hands are joined with the thumbs on top in respectful greeting. These largeeared figures, draped in long cloaks, hold crooks with the loop down. 9:6. 4. 161–164. ). XVd. XLIIIc) is remarkable for its broad face, which is a Syrian trait in this otherwise Hittite figure. XLIVc), appropriately all in gold, has his crook awkwardly bent (cf. Several of the Carchemish figures (pl. , pl. 207–215, 275–278. 15–43. 50. 58, 110. 59, 202. His mace tends to make him into a god of the thunder on mount Tudhaliya.
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