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The Shaʿtiqatu Narrative from the Ugaritic Story about the Healing of King Kirta

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AbstractA comprehensive and detailed study of the Shaʿtiqatu Narrative found in KTU 1.16.5.10–1.16.6.14 including philological and epigraphic analysis. The present article presents the groundwork for a counterpart article exploring the identity and function of the Ugaritic figure known as Shaʿtiqatu who plays a key role in the healing of King Kirta.1

Affiliations: 1: The Johns Hopkins Universitytjl@jhu.edu

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2013-01-01
2016-12-10

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