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HISTORY 33 elements of the Hattian culture were absorbed within the Hittite civilization. Western and southern Anatolia had also long been occupied by indigenous population groups before the arrival of the Luwianspeaking peoples. Yet of these there is barely a (clearly identifiable) trace in either the archaeological or the written record of the Late Bronze Age. 1600 by colonists from Crete (MM Illb period) and bore a distinctly Minoan character. But indigenous population groups or indigenous cultures at the time of the Luwian arrival are virtually impossible to identify in any precise way.
PREHISTORY 25 to east point to entry from the (north)west. But if one assumes that the movement into Anatolia was a full millennium before our first records (as does Steiner), it seems hard to exclude the possibility that all traces of an early migration from east to west have simply been obliterated (or not yet discovered). That the Luwians subsequently moved from a western base south and east does not logically require that prior movements followed the same trajectory. g. in the form of common innovations shared by Anatolian with western Indo-European dialects.
Pahhit- see Starke (1990 208). Luwian washay(a)- 'sacred' (with Lycian cognate wasaza-) certainly is not Hattic! 18 CHAPTER TWO ribollita' shows that it is also a Luwian loanword: cf. CLuwian hirun-hlrut- 'oath'. The words ^arkiw(it)- 'canopy' and hazziw(it)'rite' also show evidence of Luwian morphology: see Melchert (1993a 28) and Starke (1990 18Iff). These two examples highlight a further aspect of the overall problem. It is implausible to suppose a Hattic origin for Luwian words shared with Lycian, but we can by no means exclude contact between Hattians and Luwians.
An Introduction to the History of Modern Arabic Literature in Egypt (Studies in Arabic Literature , No 10) by J Brugman