Denys Page, History and the Homeric Iliad, chs. I and III; George L. Huxley, Achaeans and Hittites (Belfast: Queens Univ. Press, 1960); and John David Hawkins, “Tarkasnawa King of Mir ‘Tarkondemos,’ Bogazköy Sealings and Karabel,” Anatolian Studies 48 (1998), pp. 1–31. Eric Cline suggests that the Ahhiyawans’ support of Anatolian states that rebelled against Hittite rule may be reflected in the Iliad‘s references (e.g., 5.640–643) to earlier Greek expeditions in the Troad (“Achilles in Anatolia: Myth, History and the Assuwa Rebellion,” in Gordon D. Young, Mark W. Chavalas and Richard E. Averbeck, eds., Crossing Boundaries and Linking Horizons [Bethesda, MD: CDL Press, 1997], pp. 202–203).