Hethica sacra : algunas observaciones sobre la religiosidad, los símbolos y sus implicaciones en la "estabilidad" del reino hitita (El caso del KUŠ KURSA-)
González Salazar, Juan Manuel (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

Date: 2010
Abstract: The Hittites' religious festivals, which were written in cuneiform on clay tablets, played an important role in the Hittites (ca. 17th-13th centuries B. C. ). In this way, occasional ceremonies connected with a specific deity or cult center described the renewing of cult symbols of certain tutelary deities (CTH 683). The Hittite physical object of cult called (KUŠ)kursa-, cited also in several religious documents (e. g. , the mythological text CTH 324), could be an ancient sacred symbol which guaranteed peace, well-being and prosperity in the Hittite Kingdom.
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Language: Castellà.
Document: article ; recerca ; publishedVersion
Subject: Hittites ; Anatolia ; Kursa ; Cult symbol ; Religious beliefs
Published in: Historiae, Núm. 7 (2010) , p. 51-71, ISSN 1697-5456

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