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The Pre-History of the Armenians Volume 2: The Proto-Armenian Hieroglyphic Inscriptions of Aram

Gabriel Soultanian

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his challenging new analysis of the hieroglyphic inscriptions of ancient Anatolia establishes direct links to the modern Armenian language, people and their traditions. Now deciphered correctly for the first time, the written records left to us by these first Armenians not only present a vivid picture of how they lived but also provide a vital key to filling in gaps in the history of Anatolia and the Near East.

– 432 pages, Illustrated with maps
– Published 2004

THE PRE-HISTORY OF ARMENIA VOLUME 2

Contents

Preface

THE PROTO-ARMENIAN HIEROGLYPHIC INSCRIPTIONS OF ARAM
Introduction
The Inscriptions
Carchemish A4b of Suhis I
Carchemish A1b of Watis
Carchemish A1a of Suhis I
Carchemish A14b of Asatuwaimaza
Carchemish A14a of Suhis II
Carchemish A2 of Katuwa
Carchemish A3 of Katuwa
Carchemish A11a of Katuwa
Carchemish A11b of Katuwa
Carchemish A11c of Katuwa
Carchemish A23 of Katuwa
Carchemish A6 of Yarairaisa
Carchemish A7 of Yarairaisa
Carchemish A15b of Yarairaisa
Korkun of Ilapikasa
Fragmentary Inscription of Kamana, Carchemish A24
Cekke of Kamana
Carchemish A22b of Pisiri
Marash VIII of Larazamasa I
Marash IV (Colossus) of Halparutiya II
Marash I (Lion) of Halparutiya III
Biybeypinari I-IV of Commagene
Karatepe Bilingual Inscription of Azatiwata
Kululu I of Ruwas of Tabal
Topada of Wasusaramimasa
Kara-kuyu of Wasusaramimasa
Anonymous Inscription of Sultanhan Stela
Bolkarmaden XXXII of Tarkhuna
Kululu II of Panuna
Huraxara of Porsuk
Bor of Warpalawa
Bogca LI of Kurtis
Karaburna XLVI of Sapis
Karahoyuk-Elbistan
Assur Letters on Lead Strips, A-G

Vocabulary and Usage

APPENDICES
Appendix I: Acrophonia based on the Proto-Armenian language. The regular syllabary. Logograms of the Proto-Armenian hieroglyphic script.

Appendix II: Phonetic alphabet and transcription. The Armenian alphabet.

Appendix III: Some morphological remarks