David Ussishkin, “The Neo-Hittite Monuments, Their Chronology and Style” (unpublished Ph.D dissertation, Hebrew University, Jerusalem). The earliest Phoenician example is on Ahiram’s sarcophagus from Byblos, which we have already looked at for its lions. The latest example (from the fifth century B.C.E.), before the motif disappeared entirely with the advent of classical art, comes from Discilion in western Anatolia (E. Akurgal, Ancient Civilization and Ruins of Turkey, Istanbul, [1983], pl. 20). The Neo-Hittite banquet scenes from the city gate at Karatepe (Turkey) are very similar to those at Pozo Moro (M. Vieyra, Hittite Art [London, 1955], pl. 107), both in their general composition and in particular details, such as the throne, the second offering table and even the offering of the cup to the ruler. Similar elements can be seen on a funerary stela from Senjirli, pl. 83.