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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Fire for Zeus: using virtual reality to explore meaning and experience at Mount Kasios2020 World archaeology 52 (3): 521-38
  • Anna C. F. Collar
  • Stuart James Eve
H6/KE [WORLD-]1470-1375in special issue 'Representation and meaning in archaeology'
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
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
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
"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
History and temporality in Bronze Age Anatolia: the King of Battle narrative in archaeological and historical tradition2018 World archaeology 50 (5): 706-22
  • James F. Osborne
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in thematic issue 'Protohistories'
Revisiting Indo-European 'wine'2017 Journal of Indo-European studies 45 (1-2): 1-26
  • Luke Gorton
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
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
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
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 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
The presence of Mycenaeans in western Anatolia. The state and perspectives of research2016 Fontes archaeologici posnanienses 52: 103-19
  • Piotr Zeman
qH6/KE [FONTES-]0071-6863English summary
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
Hittite participles - adjectives or verbs?2015 Journal of Indo-European studies 43 (1-2): 178-200
  • Dita Frantikova
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 pa-ak-nu-2014 Journal of Indo-European studies 42 (3/4): 291-3
  • Allan R. Bomhard
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
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
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
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
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)
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
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
Tuwati and Wasusarma: imitating the behaviour of Assyria2010 Iraq 72: 39-61
  • Mark Weeden
H6/KE [IRAQ-]0021-0889
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
The cuneiform tablets from Tell Nebi Mend2010 Levant 42 (2): 226-36
  • Alan Millard
H6/KE [LEVANT-]0075-8914
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
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-]0003-097Xin thematic issue 'The new excavations at Zincirli and the stele of KTMW'
'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
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
Ethnic identity and archaeology in the Black Sea region of Turkey2005 Antiquity 79 (303): 179-90
  • Burcu Erciyas
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
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
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
Telephus/Telepinus and Dionysus1999 Mythology Art Folklore 5 (2): 101-27
  • Andrew Stewart
H6/KE [SOFIA. New Bulgarian University MIF-]1311-3550
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')
Crete [ceramic] export to Near East Asia: from Zimri Lima to Sinaranu1998 Światowit 41: 121-34
  • Marta Guzowska
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
Cremation and the end of Mycenaean culture1998 Światowit 41: 135-45
  • Kazimierz Lewartowski
0082-044X
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
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