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Letter From Queen Naptera of Egypt to Queen Puduḫepa of Ḫatti (3.30)

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Author(s): Hoffner, Harry A., Jr.
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; Hittite Archival Documents; Letters; Later New Kingdom (Ḫattušili III TO Suppiluliuma II) (ca. 1250–1180 BCE) Letter From Queen Naptera of Egypt to Queen Puduḫepa of Ḫatti (3.30) §1 Thus says Naptera, Great Queen of Egypt: Say to Puduhepa, Great Queen of Hatti, my sister: §2 It is well with me, your sister. It is also well with my land. §3 May it be well with you, my sister. May it also be well with your land. I have learned that you, my sister, wrote inquiring about my health, and that you wrote inquiring …

Letter From Piḫa-Walwi of Ḫatti to Ibiranu of Ugarit (3.32)

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Contributor(s): Hallo, William W.
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; Hittite Archival Documents; Letters; Later New Kingdom (Ḫattušili III TO Suppiluliuma II) (ca. 1250–1180 BCE) Letter From Piḫa-Walwi of Ḫatti to Ibiranu of Ugarit (3.32) §1 Thus says Prince Piha-Walwi: Say to my “son” (i.e., subordinate), Ibiranu: §2 All is well at present with His Majesy. §3 Why have you not come before His Majesty since you became king in the land of Ugarit? Why have you not sent your messengers? His Majesty is very angry about this matter. So send your messengers to His Maje…

Letter From Ḫattušili III of Ḫatti to Kadašman-Enlil II of Babylon (3.31)

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Contributor(s): Hallo, William W.
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; Hittite Archival Documents; Letters; Later New Kingdom (Ḫattušili III TO Suppiluliuma II) (ca. 1250–1180 BCE) Letter From Ḫattušili III of Ḫatti to Kadašman-Enlil II of Babylon (3.31) Subject: 1 Kgs 9:13–14; 20:32; 2 Sam 10:1–2; 2 Sam 16:9–10; 21:8–14; Eccl 10:20; 1 Kgs 14:1–3 §1 Thus says Ḫattušili, Great King, King of Hatti: Say to Kadašman-Enlil, Great King, King of Babylonia, my brother: §2 It is well with me. It is also well with my household, my wife, my sons, my infantry, my horses, […], and with all that is in my land. §3 May i…