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Electronic Chicago Hittite Dictionary
Topic Started: Nov 12 2015, 09:33 AM (212 Views)
Sean Manning
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https://hittitedictionary.uchicago.edu/

Hittite is hard, because they used the logograms but did not leave us as many tablets explaining the Hitttite equivalents for those logograms as we would like. Its easier with Akkadian and Sumerian because we have hundreds of tablets from schools and scholars' houses explaining A = mu (Akk. "water"), aplu (Akk. "son, descendant"), maru (Akk. "son"), ... Unfortunately, it requires Java, and I got rid of that a few years ago.
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