Philologische und geographische Bemerkungen zu den Toponymen der KULULU-Bleistreifen

Based on a philological analysis, this article provides a more precise form for some of the toponyms at- tested in the Hieroglyphic Luwian KULULU lead strips. A location for five out of these previously un- identified toponyms is also suggested following a philological comparison of these toponyms with other Cappadocian toponym corpora. The possible repercussions of these locations regarding the extension of the state of the Tabalite Great Kings and the dating of these lead strips are also discussed

Based on a philological analysis, this article provides a more precise form for some of the toponyms at- tested in the Hieroglyphic Luwian KULULU lead strips. A location for five out of these previously un- identified toponyms is also suggested following a philological comparison of these toponyms with other Cappadocian toponym corpora. The possible repercussions of these locations regarding the extension of the state of the Tabalite Great Kings and the dating of these lead strips are also discussed

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