The upper half of a limestone stele was found in 1967 during road work in the modern city of Malatya. On the front is a relief of the upper body of a beardless male figure holding a club over the shoulder, probably representing a god. Touching his head on the top is a winged sun-disc and above that is a half broken hieroglyphich sign for the sun. On the right side of the stele is also a half visible male facing towards the god figure. His arm is in an adoration pose. The Hieroglyph Luwian signs above identifies him as King Allumalli(?). The stele is 0.60 m in height, 0.40 m in width and 0.20 m in thickness. It probably dates to the 12th century BCE. The stele is in Malatya Museum but not on display.
Hawkins, J. D. Corpus of Hieroglyphic Luwian Inscriptions, Vol 1, Berlin, 2000: 313–14 and plt. 152. (MALATYA 14)
Orthmann, W. Untersuchungen zur späthethitischen Kunst, Bonn, 1971. (Malatya D/1)
Pecorella, P. E. "Una stele neoetea da Malatya," FsMeriggi, 1969: 226–35.
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J. David Hawkins, 2000.