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Hittite Texts and Greek ReligionContact, Interaction, and Comparison$
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Ian Rutherford

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780199593279

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2020

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780199593279.001.0001

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Hittite Religion and its Reception in Anatolia

Hittite Religion and its Reception in Anatolia

(p.18) 2 Hittite Religion and its Reception in Anatolia
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Ian Rutherford

Oxford University Press

Chapter 2, which is aimed at those with little knowledge of the Hittites, begins with an overview of Hittite history, looks at various aspects of the religions system: different regional traditions and cultural strata, sacred geography, the pantheon and a number of specific aspects including festivals and myths. The last section looks briefly at continuity of Hittite and Luwian religion in the 1st millennium BC, especially in SE Anatolia and Lycia/

Keywords:   Hittites, religon, pantheon, continuity, Anatolia

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