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When the giant falls: endurance and adaptation at Çadır Höyük in the context of the Hittite Empire and its collapse2019 Journal of field archaeology 44 (1): 19-39
  • Gregory McMahon
  • Jennifer C. Ross
  • Joshua W. Cannon
  • Sarah E. Adcock
  • Sharon R. Steadman
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Internal or external evil: a merism in Luwian incantations2019 Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (London) 82 (2): 209-31
  • Alice Mouton
  • Ilya Yakubovich
H6/KW [LONDON-]0041-977X
Negotiating imperialism and resistance in late bronze age Ugarit: the rise of alphabetic cuneiform2019 Cambridge archaeological journal 29 (2): 185-99
  • Philip J. Boyes
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
"Wherever you are": Near Eastern influence and Indo-European heritage in Greek and Hittite prayer2018 Numen 65 (1): 62-87
  • José Marcos Macedo
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973
A "flame and frond" ivory plaque from the neo-Hittite excavations at Arslantepe/Melid. Regionalisms and communities in Iron Age Anatolia2018 Origini 41 (1): 139-67
  • Federico Manuelli
  • Holly Pittman
H6/KE [ORIGINI-]0034-6805Italian summary
Urban organization under empire: Iron Age Sam'al (Zincirli, Turkey) from royal to provincial capital2017 Levant 49 (3): 284-311
  • Virginia R. Hermann
H6/KE [LEVANT-]0075-8914
Cup-marks and citadels: evidence for libation in 2nd-millennium B.C.E. western Anatolia2017 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (378): 1-23
  • Christina Luke
  • Christopher H. Roosevelt
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
Revisiting Indo-European 'wine'2017 Journal of Indo-European studies 45 (1-2): 1-26
  • Luke Gorton
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
"The king at the gate". Monumental fortifications and the rise of local elites at Arlslantepe at the end of the 2nd millennium2016 Origini 39: 209-41
  • Federico Manuelli
  • Lucia Mori
H6/KE [ORIGINI-]0034-6805Italian summary
Modal construction with man in Hittite and Akkadian2016 Journal of Indo-European studies 44 (3-4): 380-90
  • Marina Zorman
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
The sacred in Hittite Anatolia: a tentative definition2015 History of religions 55 (1): 41-64
  • Alice Mouton
H6/KFO [HISTORY-]0018-2710
Hittite participles - adjectives or verbs?2015 Journal of Indo-European studies 43 (1-2): 178-200
  • Dita Frantikova
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Woodland modification in bronze and iron age central Aanatolia: an anthracological signature for the Hittite state?2015 Journal of archaeological science 55: 219-30
  • Andrew S. Fairbairn
  • J. Tayler Faith
  • Kimiyoshi Matsumura
  • Nathan J. Wright
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Lost in translation. Am Egyptological perspective on the Egyptian-Hittite treaties2014 Annals of the Náprstek Museum 35 (2): 3-8
  • Jana Mynářová
H6/KVL [PRAGUE-]0231-844X
Lost in translation. An Egyptological perspective on the Egyptian-Hittite treaties2014 Annals of the Náprstek Museum 35 (2): 3-8
  • Jana Mynářová
H6/KVL [PRAGUE-]0231-844X
Hittite pa-ak-nu-2014 Journal of Indo-European studies 42 (3/4): 291-3
  • Allan R. Bomhard
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
The appetites of the dead: west Semitic linguistic and ritual aspects of the Katumuwa stele2013 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (369): 35-55
  • Seth L. Sanders
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
Celtic and Germanic light on Hittite divorce law2012 Journal of Indo-European studies 40 (3/4): 300-14
  • Charlene M. Eska
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
A Hittite trio2012 Antiquity 86 (333): 924-7
  • Mark Weeden
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598Xreview article on Hattuscha: auf der Suche nach dem sagenhaften Großreich der Hethiter by A Schachner (München: C.H. Beck, 2011), on The world of neo-Hittite kingdoms: a political and military history by T Bryce (Oxford: Oxford Univ Pr, 2012), and on The elements of Hittite by T van den Hout (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Pr, 2011)
Uşakli Höyük. A Hittite site in central Anatolia2012 Origini 34: 399-412
  • Stefania Mazzoni
H6/KE [ORIGINI-]0034-6805in monographic issue 'Fifty years of excavations and researchs at Arslantepe-Malatya (Turkey). A contribution to the study of the earliest centralised societies'
The texts from Tell Afis: evidence from the periphery of the Hittite empire2012 Origini 34: 413-20
  • Alfonso Archi
H6/KE [ORIGINI-]0034-6805in monographic issue 'Fifty years of excavations and researchs at Arslantepe-Malatya (Turkey). A contribution to the study of the earliest centralised societies'
To the questions of the etymology of the toponym 'Alzi' (Aghdznik/Alznikh)2012 Istoriko-filologicheskiy zhurnal 1: 185-91
  • Arutiun KHudanian
H6/KVY [ISTORIKO-FILOLOGICHESKIY ZHURNAL-]0135-0536Russian and English summaries
The cuneiform tablets from Tell Nebi Mend2010 Levant 42 (2): 226-36
  • Alan Millard
H6/KE [LEVANT-]0075-8914
Ceramic diversity, random copying, and tests for selectivity in ceramic production2010 Journal of archaeological science 37 (6): 1348-58
  • Anne Kandler
  • Claudia Glatz
  • James Steele
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Tuwati and Wasusarma: imitating the behaviour of Assyria2010 Iraq 72: 39-61
  • Mark Weeden
H6/KE [IRAQ-]0021-0889
'People of the sea' and the Near East: ethno-political processes from the end of the 13th to the beginning of the 12th centuries BC2009 Kratkie soobshcheniia 223: 31-47, 277-8
  • A.V. Safronov
H6/KVY [AKADEMYA-]0130-2620English summary
An eternal feast at Sam'al: the new iron age mortuary stele from Zincirli in context2009 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (356): 15-49
  • Eudora J. Struble
  • Virginia Rimmer Herrman
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097Xin thematic issue 'The new excavations at Zincirli and the stele of KTMW'
New excavations at Zincirli Höyük in Turkey (ancient Sam'al) and the discovery of an inscribed mortuary stele2009 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (356): 1-13
  • Amir S. Fink
  • J.David Schloen
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097Xin thematic issue 'The new excavations at Zincirli and the stele of KTMW'
An eternal feast at Sam'al: the new iron age mortuary stele from Zincirli in context2009 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (356): 15-49
  • Eudora J. Struble
  • Virginia Rimmer Herrman
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
Real and imagined 'Hittite palaces' at Khorsabad and elsewhere2008 Iraq 70: 13-40
  • Julian Reade
H6/KE [IRAQ-]0021-0889
Some Indo-Uralic aspects of Hittite2008 Journal of Indo-European studies 36 (1/2): 88-95
  • Alwin Kloekhorst
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Message from the dead2007 Archaeology 60 (1): 20-6
  • Marco Merola
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]0003-8113
Shara and Astghik: the supreme gods of Shirak2007 Istoriko-filologicheskiy zhurnal 3: 193-207
  • Emma Petrosian
H6/KVY [ISTORIKO-FILOLOGICHESKIY ZHURNAL-]0135-0536Russian summary
Anatolia in the bronze age: solar disks from Hatti2006 Arts & cultures 7: 75-89
  • Jean-Louis Zimmermann
*H6/KFY [ARTS-]ONLY ISBN
Anthropology of a frontier zone: Hittite-Kaska relations in late bronze age north-central Anatolia2005 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 339: 47-65
  • Claudia Glatz
  • Roger Matthews
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
Ethnic identity and archaeology in the Black Sea region of Turkey2005 Antiquity 79 (303): 179-90
  • Burcu Erciyas
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The chariots of Ahhiyawa2004-2005 Dacia (New Series) 48-49: 151-60
  • Jorrit Kelder
H6/KE [DACIA-]0070-251X
The roots of the cult of the Great Goddess from Samuha2004 Istoriko-filologicheskiy zhurnal 1: 160-74
  • Sargis Petrosian
H6/KVY [ISTORIKO-FILOLOGICHESKIY ZHURNAL]0135-0536English and Russian summaries
The Hayasaean campaigns of Mursilis the Second: new data2004 Istoriko-filologicheskiy zhurnal 2: 197-204
  • Tork Dalalian
H6/KVY [ISTORIKO-FILOLOGICHESKIY ZHURNAL]0135-0536English and Russian summaries
'Yot must not add anything to what I command you': paradoxes of canon and authorship in Israel2003 Numen 50 (1): 1-51
  • Bernard M. Levinson
0029-5973
The Hittite kingdom and the countries of the Armenian highland in the 15th century B.C2000 Istoriko-filologicheskiy zhurnal 3: 161-74
  • Aram Kosian
0135-0536English and Russian summaries
Characteristics of Hittite pottery sherds from sites in the Kizilirman Basin1999 Journal of archaeological science 26 (8): 1017-23
  • Esen Ertem
in special issue 'Proceedings of the International Symposium on Archaeomtery, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), Urbana, Illinois, 20-24 May, 1996')
Telephus/Telepinus and Dionysus1999 Mythology Art Folklore 5 (2): 101-27
  • Andrew Stewart
H6/KE [SOFIA. New Bulgarian University MIF-]1311-3550
Cremation and the end of Mycenaean culture1998 Światowit 41: 135-45
  • Kazimierz Lewartowski
0082-044X
Isuwa and Gordion in the XII-Xth centuries BC: a comparative study1998 Istoriko-filologicheskiy zhurnal 149 (3): 117-24
  • A. V. Kosian
0135-0536Russian summary
Crete [ceramic] export to Near East Asia: from Zimri Lima to Sinaranu1998 Światowit 41: 121-34
  • Marta Guzowska
0082-044X
Religion in Hittite Anatolia. Some comments on 'Volker Haas: Geschichte der Hethitschen Religion'1997 Numen 44 (1): 74-89
  • Manfred Hutter
review article on 'Geschichte der hethitischen Religion' by V Haas (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1994)
The brother's son of Tawananna and others: the rule of dynastic succession in the old Hittite kingdom1997 Cosmos 13 (2): 127-41
  • Margalit Finkelberg
0269-8773
The political situation of Mitanni and its neighbouring countries in the late 14th century and the early 13th century B. C1997 Istoriko-filologicheskiy zhurnal 146 (2): 225-38
  • G. M. Avetisian
0135-0536Russian summary
New etymology of Hittite1979 Epigraphic Society Occasional Papers 7 (1): 43-50
  • Linus Brunner
H6/KE [EPIGRAPHIC-]