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In the Hattusa excavations, a decoration piece made of 2,800-year-old elephant ivory was discovered

A decoration piece made of 2,800-year-old ivory was found during the ongoing excavations in Hattusa (today Boğazköy), the capital of the Hittites, who established the [more…]

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A new Indo-European language has been discovered in the Hittite capital Hattusa

In ongoing excavations in Hattusa, the capital of the Hittites, who established Anatolia’s first central state, a new Indo-European language has been discovered. Hattusa is [more…]

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The borders of the Hittite city of Şapinuva are determining by 3300-year-old workshops

The boundaries of the second significant administrative center, the city of Sapinuva, established by the Hittites, who were the first centralized state in Anatolia is [more…]