Thursday, June 13, 2013

Open Access Journal: Haluka

Haluka
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hatti was officially born in november 1995 in Paris, France as the initiative of three students who shared a common interest in the ancient hittite civilization. As a cultural, non-profit association, hatti was created to promote the study of this brilliant culture and also to be a warm and welcome place for every one interested in the history and archaeology of ancient Anatolia.

Many activities were actually conducted in 1996, the two most important being a guided visit of the Oriental Antiquities collection of the Louvre museum and a very instructing journey in Turkey where we had the opportunity to follow the steps of the ancient Hittites.
But the year 1997 was still more important to us as it saw the first official publication of our newsletter HALUKA where everyone, students and specialists, were able to express themselves in articles about different aspects of the hittite culture. That year also inaugurated our appearance on the Internet.

The following years 1998 and 1999 were the occasion for our newsletter HALUKA to develop by getting an international dimension. Unfortunately, the year 1999 was also the year we had to stop our activities as an association, even though it was decided to leave our web site online and to keep it updated as much as possible.

We do hope our association helped, and will still help through this web site, in promoting the studies in hittitology and contribute to spread our interest to more and more people.
HALUKA, issue 0 (prototype) (02/1997)
La redécouverte de la civilisation hittite
by Clancier, Philippe - Gaulon, Alain (Paris).

Préservation et restauration des monuments historiques et oeuvres d'art
by Chauffriat, H. (Paris).

HALUKA, issue 1 (07/1997)
Avant-propos
by Lebrun, René (Louvain-la-Neuve).

A propos de la langue louvite
by Lebrun, René (Louvain-la-Neuve).

L'eau dans la religion hittite
by Mazoyer, Michel (Paris).

Le pays de Hatti et le pays de Sapinuwa
by Clancier, Philippe (Paris).

HALUKA, issue 2 (11/1997)
Les pratiques funéraires sur le plateau anatolien
by Deliyannis, Yannis (Paris).

L'architecture militaire à Hattuša
by Dargery, Vincent (Paris).

De Mazuwati à Til Barsip
by Clancier, Philippe (Paris).

HALUKA, issue 3 (02/1998)
Kaniš, un comptoir commercial assyrien en Anatolie
by Michel, Cécile (Paris).

Nuzi, une ville du monde hourrite
by Lion, Brigitte (Paris).

HALUKA, issue 4 (09/1998)
La mer dans la religion hittite
by Mazoyer, Michel (Paris).

A propos des enfers dans le monde hittite et le monde grec
by Colonna, Cécile - Saint-Pierre, Catherine (Paris).

La lettre aux hittites
by Devidal, Elise (Paris).

HALUKA, issue 5 (01/1999)
Quelques remarques concernant le mythe de Kumarbi et la théogonie d'Hésiode
by Blam, Jean-François (Paris).

La Syrie du nord, entre hittites et assyriens (1ère partie)
by Clancier, Philippe (Paris).

Cours de langue hittite, leçon 1 (paper issue only)
by Mazoyer, Michel (Paris).

HALUKA, issue 6 (05/1999)
L'Anatolie avant les hittites : le paléolithique et le mésolithique
by Gaulon, Alain (Paris).

La Syrie du nord, entre hittites et assyriens (2ème partie)
by Clancier, Philippe (Paris).

Cours de langue hittite, leçon 2 (paper issue only)
by Mazoyer, Michel (Paris).

HALUKA, issue 7 (11/1999)
La présence mycénienne en Asie Mineure
by Deliyannis, Yannis (Paris).

L'Anatolie avant les hittites : le néolithique acéramique
by Gaulon, Alain (Paris).

Cours de langue hittite, leçon 3 (paper issue only)
by Mazoyer, Michel (Paris).

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