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Man standing winged creature on rein turban Patron god of the spear man standing Plague god man standing lion Santa? man standing Sauska as war god winged man standing axe "well­being" winged creature attendants Ninatta and Kulitta Storm gods man (4 × )/bull or bull rhyton (11 ×) standing pedestal (2 × ) armor mace, sword (1 × ) Storm god of heaven man (1 × )/ bull (1 × ) sitting mace "well­being" 2 mountain gods, pedestal Storm god­hero man standing pedestal armor Storm god of the (royal) house bull standing (1 × )/ kneeling (1 × ) Sun god of heaven man sitting pedestal "fish" (wings) on head (table continued on next page) Page 31 (table continued from previous page) Name or type of deity Shape of cult image Posture Right hand holding Left hand holding Standing or sitting on Apparel Other attributes Other war gods man standing dagger (1 × )/ mace (1 × ) man's head (1 × )/shield (1 ×) lion (2 × ), pedestal (1 × ) shields, daggers (1 × ) Zithariya shield Goddesses: "Any deity" woman standing grapes Anzili woman sitting beaker daughter on knees Dam goddess woman veiled?

XXIXb have been recarved after damage to an original that may, however, been similar to the surviving relief.  At most they describe a double curve, with the front part blown back horizontally before falling down, perhaps implying movement through the sky (pls.  XXIXc imply the swift movement of winged Sauska when she intervenes on the battlefield.  The procession then makes another right angle and the next god, Kumarbi (pl.  Vc.  The thunder god's feet rest on the arched backs of the two deified mountains that have been discussed in our treatment of pl.

21: 16–22.  They brandish daggers and appear in doorways.  222.  11.  221–229. Page 29 116 description and monument found is rare.  50 cm) in height. " "City of Lapana: Iyaya, the cult statue is the statuette of a woman in wood, sitting, veiled, of one [span], her head gold­plated but her body and her throne tin­plated.  175–239.  Güterbock kindly sent me the latter article in manuscript before it appeared.  175, 179–180, 181.  IIc above. " Page 30 Table 1 Name or type of deity Shape of cult image Posture Right hand holding Left hand holding Standing or sitting on Apparel Other attributes Gods: Hanakka man standing Iskisa (a mountain god) man standing mace shield, eagle and lion kunziyala engraved with wild animals Kalli man standing mountain Karmahili man sitting mace pedestal "Lord of lords"?

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