In the early 1930s four large basalt blocks with Hieroglyphic Luwian inscriptions were found near the village of Boybeypınarı in the province of Adıyaman. Blocks were found as reused as construction material in a Classical era wall. The blocks form two pairs (Boybeypınarı I and Boybeypınarı II) that serve as some sort of podium of a monumental structure. The first image at the second row below shows the arrangement of the blocks as proposed by John D. Hawkins. The first pair has one line and the second pair has three lines of Hieroglyphic Luwian inscriptions circling the blocks. The texts are dedications to goddess Kubaba by Panamuwati, wife of the Kummuh king Suppiluliuma of the early 8th century BCE. Currently in the Anatolian Civilizations Museum in Ankara.
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Hawkins, J. D. Corpus of Hieroglyphic Luwian Inscriptions, Vol 1, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2000: 330-40 and plt. 165.
Bora Bilgin, 2008.
J. David Hawkins, 2000.