King Allumalli(?) is shown pouring libation to gods and goddesses. Reading of the king's name (PUGNUS-mi-li) and the meaning of some of his titles (REX.*462 "King's Seed(?)") remain uncertain. The limestone block was found in situ at the Lion Gate. It is 1.26 meter long and 0.47 meter high. Dates from the 12th to 11th centuries BCE. Currently in the Anatolian Civilizations Museum in Ankara.
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