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5/11/11 5:48 PM sg8NSAnat Page 1 of 3 http://www.classics.unc.edu/courses/clar241/sg8NSAnat.html CLAR 241: The Archaeology of the Ancient Near East © 2010 G. Kenneth Sams and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Study Outline #8 North Syria and Anatolia in the Iron Age (click here for map, courtesy The Oriental Institute, University of Chicago) The Syro- or Neo-Hittite States of North Syria and Anatolia (click here for on-site images) Malatya-Arslantepe (Melid): Lion Gate with relief sculptures of King PUGNUS-mili (12th? 11th? century). Carchemish (Jerablus): Architectural and sculptural programs of the Suhis dynasty (10th-early 9th centuries), especially the ruler Katuwas. Statue of the storm god Atarsuhis. Tell Halaf (Guzana), in the Habur (Khabur) river valley Palace of Kapara, a bit hilani with programs of orthostates and figural columnar supports ("caryatids"); date(s) problematic, 9th - 8th centuries
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