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eBook Religions of Second Millennium Anatolia (Dresdner Beitrage Zur Hethitologie) ePub

by Piotr Taracha

  • ISBN: 3447058854
  • Category: Humanities
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  • Author: Piotr Taracha
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harrassowitz (April 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 232
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This book examines Hittite religion from a historical point of view, stressing two basically different stages in its . At the time there were two offi cial pantheons in the state and the dynastic cult respectively

This book examines Hittite religion from a historical point of view, stressing two basically different stages in its development. At the time there were two offi cial pantheons in the state and the dynastic cult respectively. The former is an amalgam of Hattian, Hittite, Luwian, Hurrian, Syrian and Mesopotamian deities organized on a geographical principle, whereas the latter is purely Hurrian, refl ecting the religious beliefs of the new royal family of Kizzuwatnan origin that also infl uenced local pantheons of central and northern Anatolia.

Piotr Taracha: Religions of Second Millennium Anatolia ( Dresdner Beiträge zur Hethitologie. Volume 27). Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden 2009, ISBN 978-3-447-05885-8 Tarḫunna at Google Books. Maciej Popko: Völker und Sprachen Altanatoliens. Harrassowitz Verlag, Wiesbaden 2008, ISBN 978-3-447-05708-0.

The Hittite religion of the Empire period has been examined from a new viewpoint. Series: Dresdner Beiträge zur Hethitologie 27.

This book examines Hittite religion from a historical point of view, stressing two basically different stages in its development. The Hittite religion of the Empire period has been examined from a new viewpoint. At the time there were two official pantheons in the state and the dynastic cult respectively. File: PDF, 1. 0 MB. Читать онлайн.

Monographic works devoted to the topic of Anatolian religion are mercifully becoming more plentiful. Religions of Second Millennium Anatolia. Dresdner Beiträge zur Hethitologie 27. These now include Haas 1994, 2003; Popko 1995; and Taracha 2009. Briefer overviews of Hittite religion may be found in Bryce 2002, Beckman 2005, and Collins 2007. Studies of specific cultural layers within Hittite religion include Klinger 1996, Miller 2004, Bawanypeck 2005, Christiansen 2006, Strauß 2006, and Hutter 2003. Wiesbaden. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden 2009,. Harrassowitz Verlag, Wiesbaden 2008,. Calvert Watkins: "The Golden Bowl: Thoughts on the New Sappho and its Asianic Background.

Religions of second millennium Anatolia (Dresdner Beiträge zur Hethitologie 27). Wiesbaden, Germany: Otto Harrassowitz. Temizsoy, . & Lumsden, S. (1999).

Piotr Taracha: Religions of Second Millennium Anatolia. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden 2009, p. 46 (Tarḫunna, p. 46, at Google Books). Piotr Taracha: Religions of Second Millennium Anatolia ( Dresdner Beiträge zur Hethitologie. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden 2009, pp. 46 f. (Tarḫunna, p. Volkert Haas, Heidemarie Koch: Religionen des alten Orients: Hethiter und Iran. Piotr Taracha: Religions of Second Millennium Anatolia. 52 (Tarḫunna, p. 52, at Google Books). Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden 2009

Taracha, Piotr (2009). Die ältesten Monumente der Menschheit. Begleitbuch zur Ausstellung im Badischen Landesmuseum vom 20. Januar bis zum 17. Juni 2007.

Taracha, Piotr (2009). co. uk/ books?id xTE7o8aKI7IC& pg PA12& dq "Göbekli+ Tepe"+ "50+ tons" q& f false). p. 12. ISBN 978-3-447-05885-8.

Taracha, Religions of Second Millennium Anatolia (Dresdner Beiträge zur Hethitologie 27), Wiesbaden. on the Historical Geography and Topography of Anatolia in the II and I Millennium . Hittitology up to date: issues and new approaches. 2009, p. 101 n. 528; idem, Local Cults in the Zuliya Basin. In: Y. Cohen, A. Gilan, .

This book examines Hittite religion from a historical point of view, stressing two basically different stages in its development. The Old Hittite pantheon of the capital Hattu?a maintains the indigenous religious tradition of the Hattians without any trace of Mesopotamian, Hurrian or Syrian influence, although Hittite and Luwian deities were worshiped in the family and house cults. The Hittite religion of the Empire period has been examined from a new viewpoint. At the time there were two offi cial pantheons in the state and the dynastic cult respectively. The former is an amalgam of Hattian, Hittite, Luwian, Hurrian, Syrian and Mesopotamian deities organized on a geographical principle, whereas the latter is purely Hurrian, refl ecting the religious beliefs of the new royal family of Kizzuwatnan origin that also infl uenced local pantheons of central and northern Anatolia. Through the Hurrians, Mesopotamian and Syrian cults were adopted. Simultaneously, many aspects of the Luwian religious tradition were absorbed into both the state and local cults.