|King Alluwamna of the Hittites|
Alluwamna reign is attested by a seal (SBo I.86) named Tabarna seal. As a sun-in-law of Telepinu (married to his first-rank daughter Harapšeki), Alluwamna would be first in a raw for the throne. However, Telepinu banished him and his wife to Malitashkur (see KUB 26:77), and so it is possible that he did not come to the throne right after Telepinu's death, but rather after the reign of Tahurwaili. One text of Alluwamna records the granting of land to his son and likely successor Hantili II.
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- Johannes Lehmann: Die Hethiter, Volk der tausend Götter
- The Tawananna in the Hittite kingdom by Shoshana R. Bin-Nun
- The Kingdom of the Hittites by Trevor Bryce, p. 119.
- S.R.Bin-Nun. Who was Tahurwaili, the grate king? Journal of Cuneiform Studies, vol. 26 No 2 April 1974
- The Great Empires of the Ancient World, edited by Thomas Harrison, p.46
ca. mid 15th century BC