The Inscription HP-02
A 3-line Old Phrygian inscription on a stone block was found in 2011 in the center of Kocagür village, which is 14 km from the ancient city of Parion on the south coast of Marmara Sea. It is so far the westernmost found Old Phrygian inscription. The left and upper parts of the stone is broken. The inscription is neatly written in three lines as boustrophedon. Although Old Phrygian alphabet was used, it is not certain that the writing is Phrygian.
Literature and Images:
Brixhe, C. & Keleş, V. 2011. 'Une Inscription Paléo-Phrygien dans le région de Parion?', Kadmos, 50, 151-160
Obrador-Cursach, B. 2018. Lexicon of the Phrygian Inscriptions, Thesis, Barcelona.