|Stele of Suhi I About 2 meters high basalt stele was found in 2011 at the southern slope of the citadel hill. At the top of its front face are the reliefs of a star and crescent and a winged sun-disk. Below them is an incised 8-line Luwian inscription of Suhi I. Similar to the stele found in the Storm-god temple, it commemorates a victory of "Ura-Tarhunza, Great King, Hero, King of Karkamış, son of Sapaziti, Great King, Hero." Author of the inscription is Suhi (I), whose title is given as ruler (tarwani) and Country-Lord of the city of Karkamış. The stele is dated roughly to the 10th century BCE and currently in the Gaziantep Archaeology Museum.|
Figen Anıl, 2018
Joint Turko-Italian Archaeological Expedition at Karkemish.
Ali Dinçol, et al, 2014.