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The very damaged stipulatory section of the Sausgamuwa treaty does not permit comparison with the terms of the treaties drawn up for Amurru in the previous generations.
Freydank, "Eine hethitische Fassung des Vertrages zwischen dem Hethiterkonig Suppiluliuma und Aziru von Amurru," MIO 7 [1959]: 356-81), these lacunae seriously affect only the prologue, while almost all of the stipulatory section can be restored.
Although the stipulatory section of the Sausgamuwa treaty is very damaged with many lacunae, this assumption is based on the observation that in both the Duppi-Tessub treaty and the Bentesina treaty such promises are given immediately at the beginning of the stipulatory section, as is also the case in the Alaksandu and Kurunta treaties (see n.