Salatiwara
Salatiwara was a city of Bronze Age Anatolia. It was besieged by Anitta in the 18th century BC with 1400 infantry and 40 chariots.
Sapinuwa
Sapinuwa (sometimes Shapinuwa; Hittite: Šapinuwa) was a Bronze Age Hittite city at the location of modern Ortaköy in the province Çorum in Turkey. It was one of the major Hittite religious and adminis...
Sapinuwa - Wikipedia
Alaca Höyük
34°41′44″E / 40.23444°N 34.69556°E / 40.23444; 34.69556Alacahöyük or Alaca Höyük (sometimes also spelled as Alacahüyük, Aladja-Hoyuk, Euyuk, or Evuk) is the site of a Neolithi...
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Kayalıpınar, Yıldızeli
36°30′40″E / 39.61150°N 36.51117°E / 39.61150; 36.51117Kayalıpınar, a hamlet in the Sivas Province, Turkey (pop. 87 as of 2000), is a Hittite archaeological site, under excav...
Maşat Höyük
35°45′44″E / 40.14833°N 35.76222°E / 40.14833; 35.76222Maşat Höyük is a Bronze Age Hittite archaeological site 100 km nearly east of Boğazkale/Hattusa, about 20 km s...
Tarsus, Mersin
Tarsus (/ˈtɑrsəs/; Hittite: Tarsa; Greek: Ταρσός; Armenian: Տարսոն) is a historic city in south-central Turkey, 20 km inland from the Mediterranean. It is part of the Adana-Mersin Metropolitan Ar...
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Samuha
Šamuḫa (possibly sited at Kasanlı Pıran) was a city of the Hittites, a religious centre and for a few years military capital for the empire. Samuha's faith was syncretistic. Rene Lebrun in 1976 cal...
Karatepe
Karatepe (Turkish for "Black Hill"; Hittite: Azatiwataya) is a late Hittite fortress and open-air museum in Osmaniye Province in southern Turkey lying at a distance of about 23 km from the district c...
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Yazılıkaya
34°37′58″E / 40.02500°N 34.63278°E / 40.02500; 34.63278Yazılıkaya (Turkish; inscribed rock) was a sanctuary of Hattusa, the capital city of the Hittite Empire, today in the Ço...
Yazılıkaya - Wikipedia
Kültepe
Kültepe (Turkish: Ash Hill) is an archaeological site located in the Kayseri Province in Turkey. The nearest modern city to Kültepe is Kayseri, about 20 km southwest. It consists of a tell, the a...
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Waliwanda
Waliwanda is the city mentioned in Tawagalawa letter.
Kuşaklı
Kuşaklı is an archaeological site in Turkey. It is 4 km (2½ miles) east of the village Basören/Altinyayla, 60 km (37⅓ miles) south of Sivas. Excavation continues under the direction of Andre...
Zippalanda
Zippalanda was a Hattic administrative and religious center of the Hittite Old Kingdom. Although its name was known from inscriptions, a plausible site was not established by scholars till the latter ...
Purushanda
Purushanda (also variously Purushkanda, Purushhattum or Burushattum) was an ancient city-state in central Anatolia, lying south of the Kızılırmak River in what is now modern Turkey. Its site has yet t...
Hattusa
Hattusa (Hittite: 𒌷𒄩𒀜𒌅𒊭, Ḫa-at-tu-ša, read "Ḫattuša", Turkish: Hattuşaş) was the capital of the Hittite Empire in the late Bronze Age. Its ruins lie near modern Boğazkale, Turkey, within the ...
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Hüseyindede Tepe
34°20′E / 40.13°N 34.34°E / 40.13; 34.34Hüseyindede Tepe is an Early Hittite site in the Sungurlu district of Turkey's Çorum Province, about 2 km south of a town called Y...
Tarhuntassa
Tarhuntassa is an undiscovered Bronze Age city south of Hattusa. Speculations of its site include Konya, Rough Cilicia, the Göksu valley, and the vicinity of Kayseri.[1] The site of Kilise Tepe (near ...
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Hittite sites
The geography of the Hittite Empire is inferred from Hittite texts on the one hand, and from archaeological excavation on the other. Matching philology to archaeology is a difficult and ongoing task, ...
Nerik
Nerik (Hittite: Nerikka) was a Bronze Age city to the north of the Hittite capitals Hattusa and Sapinuwa. The Hittites held it as sacred to a storm god who was the son of Wurušemu, sun goddess of Arin...
Sam'al
Sam'al (Hittite: Yadiya) originally founded as a Hittite colony from 1725-1200 BC. It then emerged as post Hittite, Aramaean Principality, following the collapse of the Hittite Empire in 1200 BC. In 9...
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Melid
38°21′40″E / 38.38194°N 38.36111°E / 38.38194; 38.36111Melid (Hittite: Malidiya and possibly also Midduwa; Akkadian: Meliddu; Urartian: Melitea; Latin: Melitene) was an ancien...
Melid - Wikipedia
Tegarama
Tegarama was a city in Anatolia during the Bronze Age.The city contained a palace, a karum and an Assyrian colony office. It was important in terms of trade which included tin, textiles, wool, slaves ...
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