Syro–Hittite states
The states that are called Neo-Hittite, or more recently Syro-Hittite were Luwian, Aramaic and Phoenician-speaking political entities of the Iron Age in northern Syria and southern Anatolia that arose...
Syro–Hittite states - Wikipedia
Luwians
Luwian (/ˈluːiən/; sometimes spelled Luvian, rarely Luish) is an ancient language or group of languages of the Anatolian branch of the Indo-European language family. The two varieties of Luwian are na...
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Tabal
Tabal (c.f. biblical Tubal) was a Luwian speaking Neo-Hittite kingdom of South Central Anatolia. According to archaeologist Kurt Bittel, the kingdom of Tabal first appeared after the collapse of the H...
2011 Siege of Hama
The Siege of Hama was among the nation-wide crackdowns by the Syrian government during the early stage of the Syrian civil war. Anti-government protests had been ongoing in the Syrian city of Hama sin...
2011 Siege of Hama - Wikipedia
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...
Sam'al - Wikipedia
Arzawa
Arzawa in the second half of the 2nd millennium BC (roughly from late 15th century BC until the beginning of the 12th century BC) was the name of a region and a political entity (a "kingdom" or a fede...
Arzawa - Wikipedia
Ivriz
Ivriz is an Iron Age archaeological site of a Neo-Hittite rock-relief monument and cult place in south-central Anatolia (modern Turkey, Konya Province, immediately south-east of the modern town of Ere...
Tell Tayinat
Tell Ta'yinat is a low-lying ancient tell on the east bank at the bend of the ancient Orontes river, in the Hatay province of present southeastern Turkey about 25 kilometers south east of Antakya (anc...
Hilakku
Hilakku was one of the Neo-Hittite states during the Iron Age in southern Anatolia during the 1st millennium BC.Hilakku was north of the Neo-Hittite state of Tabal, west of Que, and north of the Medit...
Siege of Hama (2011)
The Siege of Hama was among the nation-wide crackdowns by the Syrian government during the early stage of the Syrian civil war. Anti-government protests had been ongoing in the Syrian city of Hama sin...
Siege of Hama (2011) - Wikipedia
Carchemish
38°00′54″E / 36.82972°N 38.01500°E / 36.82972; 38.01500Carchemish (/kɑrˈkɛm.ɪʃ/) or Karkemish (Hittite: Kargamiš; Greek: Εὔρωπος; Latin: Europus) was an important ancient capi...
Carchemish - Wikipedia
Luwian language
Luwian (/ˈluːiən/; sometimes spelled Luvian, rarely Luish) is an ancient language or group of languages of the Anatolian branch of the Indo-European language family. The two varieties of Luwian are na...
Luwian language - Wikipedia
Warpalawas
Warpalawa(s) was a late 8th century BC (ca 730-710 BC?) Late Hittite (or Neo-Hittite) king of Tabal in south-central Anatolia (modern Turkey). The political center of this Early Iron Age regional stat...
Warpalawas - Wikipedia
Nawair SC
Nawair Sports Club is a Syrian football club, located in the city of Hama.
Nawair SC - Wikipedia
Apaliunas
Apaliunas is a theonym, attested in a Hittite language treaty as a tutelary of Wilusa. Apaliunas is considered to be the Hittite reflex of *Apeljōn, an early form of the name Apollo, which may also b...
Timeline of Hama history
The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Hama, Syria.
Timeline of Hama history - Wikipedia
Hama
Hama (Arabic: حماة‎ Ḥamāh [ħaˈmaː], Biblical Ḥamāth, "fortress") is a city on the banks of the Orontes River in west-central Syria. It is located 213 kilometres (132 mi) north of Damasc...
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Til Barsip
Til Barsip or Til Barsib (modern Tell Ahmar; Arabic: تل أحمر‎) is an ancient site situated in Aleppo Governorate, Syria by the Euphrates river about 20 kilometers south of ancient Carchemish...
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...
Karatepe - Wikipedia
Quwê
Quwê – also spelled Que, Kue, Qeve, Coa, Kuê and Keveh – was a "Neo-Hittite" Assyrian vassal state or province at various times from the 9th century BCE to shortly after the death of Ashurba...
Tyana
Tyana or Tyanna (Ancient Greek: Τύανα, Hittite Tuwanuwa) was an ancient city in the Anatolian region of Cappadocia, in modern Kemerhisar, Niğde Province, Central Anatolia, Turkey. It was the capi...
Tyana - Wikipedia
Kammanu
Kammanu was a Luwian - Proto-Armenian speaking Neo-Hittite state in Armenian Highlands in the late 2nd millennium BC, formed from part of Kizzuwatna after the collapse of the Hittite Empire. Its princ...
Kammanu - Wikipedia
April 1981 Hama massacre
The 1981 Hama massacre occurred, according to one report, after a failed attack by armed Islamist guerillas on a security checkpoint near an Alawite village near Hama. As a revenge action, units of th...
April 1981 Hama massacre - Wikipedia
Hama massacre
The Hama massacre (Arabic: مجزرة حماة‎) occurred in February 1982, when the Syrian Arab Army and the Defense Companies, under the orders of the country's then-dictator, Hafez al-Assad, besie...
Hama massacre - Wikipedia