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CTH 450.1.1.4

Citatio: (ed.), hethiter.net/: CTH 450.1.1.4 (INTR 2011-08-17)

Funerary Ritual. Day 12-13

(CTH 450.1.1.4)

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Editionsgeschichte

Christmann-Frank 1971

L. Christmann-Frank, Le rituel des funérailles royales hittites, RHA 29, 61-111.

Kapełuś 2008 M. Kapełuś, Some Remarks on Hittite Royal Funerary Ritual sallis wastais (Texts from Building A on Büyükkale), SMEA 50, 449-456.

Kassian – Korolëv – Sideltsev 2002 A. Kassian-A. Korolëv-A. Sideltsev, Hittite Funerary Ritual šališ waštaiš. AOAT 288, Münster.

Otten 1958 H. Otten, Hethitische Totenrituale, Berlin.

Otten 1959

H. Otten, Eine Lieferungsliste zum Totenritual der hethitischen Könige, WdO 2, 477-479.

Taracha 1998 Taracha, P., Funus in effigie: Bemerkungen zu den hethitischen Totenritualen, in: Fs Nowicka, 189-196.

van den Hout 1995a Th. P. J. van den Hout, An Image of the Dead? Some Remarks on the Second Day of the Hittite Royal Funerary Ritual, in O. Carruba-C. Mora-M. Giorgieri (a cura di), Atti del II Congresso Internazionale di Hittitologia, Pavia 28 giugno – 2 luglio 1993, Pavia, 195-211.

Inhaltsübersicht

§ 1

Morning offerings in the mausoleum.

§ 2

The statue is fed and taken to the chariot.

§ 3-6

Activities concerning grape-vine and tarse-object.

§ 7

The food is brought.

§ 8

Incantation with balance in front of the Sun-goddess.

§ 9

The statue is removed from the chariot and brought to the tent.

§ 10

The great feast takes place.

§ 11-12

The round of offerings to the gods.

§ 13

The tarse-object is burned after detaching the decoration, which is then brought to the mausoleum.

§ 14

The set of precious garments is burned.

§ 15-16

The grape is cut with a silver axe by a member of the family of the deceased and then put into the fire along with the cloth. The person takes the axe.

§ 17

The statue is taken out of the tent.

§ 18

(broken)

§ 19

The twelfth day is finished.

§ 20

The thirteenth day begins with the preparation of the artificial lahanza-ducks made of wood, wool and dough as well as the living creatures.

§ 21-22

Activities concerning lahanza-ducks. Small fruits are put to use.

§ 23

The act of throwing the lahanza-ducks out of the window is followed by an incantation.

§ 24

Lamentation.

§ 25-26

Burning of the lahanza-ducks and the alantaru-tree. Detached decoration is brought to the mausoleum.

§ 27-28

Sweeping. The great feast takes place?. The sacrificial round with liquids and breads.

§ 29'

Four harpalli are put around the hearth. Bread offering.

§ 30'

Offering of an ox and a sheep to the statue placed on the pedestal.

§ 31'

Offering made of grapes with oil.

§ 32'-33'

Offering of bread to the soul of deceased.

§ 34'-36'

Liquid and bread offerings to the soul of the deceased.

§ 37'

Offerings to the Sun-goddess of the Earth.

§ 38'

Offerings to the Ancestors.

§ 39'-40'

Liquid offerings at night.

§ 41'-43'

Incantation in which the deceased is asked to bless his descendants.

§ 44'

Incantation to the deceased not to pull the rope.

§ 45'-47'

Making of the liquid and bread offerings in front of the statue continues at wakšur time of the night.

§ 48'

Lamentation and sweeping.

§ 49'

Folding up the tent and moving it into the gate-house.

§ 50'

The colophon.

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