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Ritual of Puliša
Exemplar A: A four-column Sammeltafel that also contains the ritual of Ummaya (CTH 779). Column i contains 45 partially preserved lines. The beginning of col. ii is broken, preserving only the first few signs of the final four lines of Pulisa. Ummaya’s Ritual begins after a double-paragraph stroke on line 5' of col. ii.
Exemplar B: A small fragment containing six lines of text corresponding to A i 34–39.
Both A and B exhibit New Hittite script.
Fundorte der Textvertreter
Three of the four fragments of KBo 15.1 were found in the Phrygian level north of rooms 2 and 3 of the large building. 165/e was found on Büyükkale u/11, a meter deep in debris.
Exemplar B was found on Büyükkale u/9, in a tablet dump.
Kümmel prepared an edition in StBoT 3 (1967, 111-125). The ritual was translated by Collins in CoS (1997, 161), discussed by Wright (1987, 45-50) and briefly treated by Haas (1994, 211–213) and Bawanypeck (2005, 5-6).
The present edition was prepared by Billie Jean Collins.
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