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Sakralsprache gelöst vom ursprünglichen Kontext? Das Beispiel einer Tafel des hethitischen Monatsfestes
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Sakralsprache gelöst vom ursprünglichen Kontext? Das Beispiel einer Tafel des hethitischen Monatsfestes

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Some of themost extensiveHattian cult recitations are found in KUB 1.17, a tablet belonging to... mehr
Sakralsprache gelöst vom ursprünglichen Kontext? Das Beispiel einer Tafel des hethitischen Monatsfestes
Some of themost extensiveHattian cult recitations are found in KUB 1.17, a tablet belonging to theHittite Festival of theMonth (CTH 591). The obverse of this tablet clearly demonstratesthe connection of theHattian recitations with theHittite descriptions of ritual activities, since the deity honored by a particular rite is subsequently identified in the appurtenant recitation. In the proposed reconstruction of the reverse of this tablet, however, the Hattian recitations for some deities are in fact far removed fromthe rites dedicated to those same deities. There, the insertion of rites for a group of deities belonging to the pantheon of Kaneˇs disrupted the original correspondence between the rites and recitations for Hattian deities. This demonstrates, on the one hand, that the Hittites likely no longer understood the Hattian recitations properly.On the other hand, the recitations – as sacred language – weremaintained as a vital element of the festival tradition and as an expression of the Hittites’ own cultural identity.