The basalt stele with a relief of Storm-God in front and Hieroglyphic Luwian inscriptions was found in 1967 in a vineyard near Körkün village about 20km southeast of Gaziantep. It is the dedicatory inscription of a person named Kazupi(?) from the reign of Astiru(wa), king of Karkamış in the late 9th century BCE. The stele is currently in the Gaziantep Museum.
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