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He explains that Adah daughter of Elon the Hittite was previously referred to as Basemath daughter of Elon the Hittite.
Tin, which was found inside earth jars during the excavations, was discovered in the same place as the two Hittite figures.
Objects on display at the Brownlow Hill museum include a bronze sword, horse bits and plaster casts of monumental Hittite sculptures from the university's Garstang collection, the British Museum and National Museums Liverpool.
They eventually fell victim to the little-known Sea People, who roamed the eastern Mediterranean, and the Hittite civilisation finally faded out to be replaced by the first Greeks.
Around 1250 BC, Hattusili III, king of the Hittites (Central Turkey), asked Ramesses II to send him a doctor to help his sister conceive.
Hittite Microwave is a designer and developer of high-performance integrated circuits, modules, subsystems and instrumentation for technically demanding radio frequency, microwave and millimeterwave applications.
11 Hittite musical instruments were recreated with the information gathered from archeological findings.
A century later, the Hittite Empire collapsed with an invasion and the capital city of Hattusa was abandoned.
This third volume brings to completion a replacement for Ancient Near East Texts Relating to the Old Testament (ANET), the previous standard translation of Egyptian, Hittite, Syro-Palestinian, Mesopotamian and other ancient documents thought to be parallel to or to shed light on the meaning of the Hebrew Bible itself.
Between 1800 and 1680 BC, the Hittite kingdom expanded its lands greatly.
the Hittite kingdom, located in what is now central Turkey, was one of the major powers of the ancient world, equal in terms of political development and military power to the Babylonians, Assyrians, and Egyptians.