In two separate scene, King Allumalli(?) is shown pouring libation to the Moon-God and the Sun-God. King's name is repeated in Luwian hieroglyphs in both scenes. Reading of the king's name (PUGNUS-mi-li) remains uncertain. The limestone block was found in situ at the Lion Gate and measures about 1 meter in length and 0.46 meter in height. Dates to between the 12th and 11th centuries BCE. It is currently in the Anatolian Civilizations Museum in Ankara.
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