The stone fragment is in the private collection of Neşet Akel in Kâhta. It is about 24 cm in width and 20 cm in height. It may belong to the first line of a monumental Hieroglyphic Luwian inscription. Although the find location is unknown, the names of the deities Ala-Kubaba, Sun-god, and Ikura mentioned in the fragment, also appear in the same order in Ancoz inscriptions. Thus, it should be associated with the Neo-Hittite kingdom of Kummuh and probably dates to a time around late 9th to early 8th century BCE.
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