Cradle of Civilization

A Blog about the Birth of Our Civilisation and Development

IE: Anatolians

Anatoliere:

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Hittite Kingdom

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Ramses IIs stormning av hetitt-fortet Dapur

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Den egyptisk-hetittiske fredsavtalen mellom Hattusili III og Ramses II (1258 f.vt.) er den mest kjente tidligste skrevne fredsavtale

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Bronze religious standard symbolizing the universe, used by Hittite priests, from the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations

The newly found sculpture shows motifs similar to other Anatolian figures, but it is very different from other discoveries uncovered so far, says Minister Günay.

Tell Tayinat Tumulus

– Kinalua, the capital of one of the Neo-Hittite/Aramean city-kingdoms of Walistin (Aramaic) or Palistin (neo-Hittite) 858 BC

Tell Tayinat Tumulus

Tell Tayinat Tumulus

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Area where the 2nd millennium BC Luwian language was spoken

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Anatoliske folk i det første årtusen f.vt.

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Lydiske imperium på slutten av sin suverenitet under Krøsus på 600-tallet f.vt.
(Grensen i rødt er på 700-tallet f.vt.)

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1st Mithritadic war 89 BC

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Lilleasia år 188

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Lilleasia 188 aC

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Anatolian languages attested in the mid-first millennium BC

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