|Stele of the son of Suhi I The basalt stele was excavated in the courtyard of the Storm-god Temple prior to 1913. It is about 1 m in height and 0.4 meter in width. The 8-line inscription commemorates an accomplishment of "Ura-Tarhunza, Great King, Hero, King of the Land of Karkamış, son of [Sa]paziti, Great King, Hero" and names Arnu[...], a Priest of Kubaba and the son of ruler (tarwani) Suhi as the person who erected the stele (see also a very similar stele of Suhi I). The stele is dated roughly to the 10th century BCE and currently in the Anatolian Civilizations Museum in Ankara.|
Tayfun Bilgin, 2014.
J. David Hawkins, Corpus, 2000.