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SAM’AL, AN ARAMAIC STATE IN SOUTHERN ANATOLIA AND KING KILAMUWA’S FOREIGN POLICY
The Sami people had migrated several times from Arabian deserts towards the north throughout the history. By means of their dominant culture, they could imposed their languages and beliefs to local people. First of all, the Akkads formed a strong culture in the Sumerian geography. After the Akkads, the Assyrians prolonged their languages to Anatolia by means of founding large commercial and political organizations. As for the Arameans (who are the main subject matter of article), we argue that they performed a contemporary mass movement with the “Aegean Migration” coming from the west. The Arameans, coming from the southern deserts and mountains, invaded Anatolia like Aegean invader. By this means, Anatolia became highly heterogeneous place. In spite of that local population of Anatolia did not suddenly dissolved in to incoming races. Despite of the fact that Anatolia became highly heterogeneous place, local people continued their existence for a long time. The Arameans had to show respect to languages of local people of Anatolia and had to use local names. This paper focuses on the fact that Anatolian culture resisted against vigorous Aramean culture and that local people could defended their rights against foreign political authorities.

Keywords
Aramean, Kilamuwa, Samal, Zincirli and Luwian


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