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De Martino, Eothen 4 (1991): 19, argues for the lineal descent of Tuthalija I from Huzzija II. On this subject, see also J. Freu’s study cited in n. 39. H. G. Güterbock suggested the possibility that the dynasty of Tuthalija I was of Hurrian origin: “The Hurrian Element in the Hittite Empire,” CHM 2 (1954–1955): 386–88 = Perspectives on Hittite Civilization: Selected Writings of H. G. Güterbock (Chicago, 1997), 180–82. In favor of a Kizzuwatnean origin, we have, among others: E. Laroche, NH, 360–61; A.
A. 14. Jh. E. 14. Jh. 13. Jh. Fr. Starke Ia Ib IIa IIb IIc IIIa IIIb Duktustypen E. Neu H. Otten I “typisch alt” I/II, II “alt” II “alt-elegant” III “ältere” “ältlich” “jung” “(typisch) jung” It is inevitable that, in this appraisal of ductus, rendered so difﬁcult by the paucity of original documents, one has to proceed from approximation to approximation. F. ” The names of the kings who had issued the land donations led H. G. ” K. Balkan, however, attributed the ınandık Tablet to Hattusili I, also based on prosopographic considerations; see ınandık.
G. Güterbock, ZA 44 (1938): 104. It now seems that Forrer was correct at least in taking the “Tabarnas” as personal names. 2 rev. 11. But Güterbock was correct in observing that more than one individual named Tabarna is mentioned. 52. J. Klinger, StBoT 37, 121. spread is 1 line short The Predecessors of Hattusili I 23 text. But one gets the impression that Mursili was just a child when Hattusili died, 53 needing the guidance of a regent, and not a man capable of operating on near equality with the “old king” at a siege.