An upright stone slab usually inscribed or carved for commemorative purposes.
The region of Asia Minor, including modern Turkey, location of the Hittite Empire and Hittite-Luwian languages.
The writing system of ancient Mesopotamia, consisting of wedges pressed into clay.
Characteristic of a deity (a god or goddess).
A city in northern Syria that was the site of a massive battle between the Neo-Assyrian king Shalmaneser III and an alliance of Northwest Semitic kings, including the king of Aram. The battle, which took place in 853 B.C.E., was a notable point in the ascendane of the Neo-Assyrian Empire.