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Michele Cammarosano =================== ---------- Post-doc (tenure-track), [Università degli Studi di Napoli "L'Orientale"][1]; PhD Naples 2012 **Area of expertise:** Hittitology, cuneiform studies, writing techniques **OrcID:** [0000-0003-3571-9544][2] **Google Scholar:** [7kV-UjoAAAAJ][3] **Contact:** michele.cammarosano AT **CV** available [here][4] **Publications** (list & pdf) available [here][5] **Teaching materials** (pdf) available [here][6] ---------- Materials & tools available @ **[Cuneiform Titbits][7]:** - [A Map of the Hittite World][8] - [The Hittite Royal House][9] - [How to Write Cuneiform][10] - [Cuneiform Writing Techniques][11] - [*LAMAN* (Hittite Name Finder)][12] - [Hittite Divine Names][13] - [Hittite Personal Names][14] ---------- Research projects: - [Hittite Local Cults][15] - [Cuneiform on Wax][16] - [The Sea in Hittite Culture][17] ![enter image description here][18] Left: the *[Camarasaurus][19]*, an old ancestor of Michele. Middle: with Stefano Tilia at Yazılıkaya, during the mission *[Hattuša 3D][20]*, October 2015 (photo by L. Repola). Right: digitizing the Mittani letter in the frame of the project *[3D-Joins und Schriftmetrologie][21]*, Berlin 2014. [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]: [13]: [14]: [15]: [16]: [17]: [18]: [19]: [20]: [21]:
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