A New Luwian Stele and the Cult of the Storm-god at Til Barsib-Masuwari
Peeters Publishers, 2006 - History - 174 pages
The present publication aims to make public a stele, carved with both a relief of the Storm-God and a Luwian inscription, that was discovered in the Euphrates river in 1999 between the modern village of Qubbah and the archaeological site of Tell Ahmar in northern Syria.
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