Jouna Pyysalo
Muita ideoita: Jouna
"indo-européen" OR "proto-indo-européen" OR indoeuropean OR indo-european…

"indo-européen" OR "proto-indo-européen" OR indoeuropean OR indo-european…

Боги Руси - Rus Gods

Боги Руси - Rus Gods

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http://nuevatierra.info - Hands bridge the gap between the Deaf and the Hearing. Language is the center to all things human! If it was not for language humans would not have flourished.

Hittite altar with hieroglyphic script Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Ankara.

Hittite altar with hieroglyphic script Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Ankara.

The Hittites were a Bronze Age people of Anatolia, present day Turkey. They established a kingdom centered at Hattusa in north-central Anatolia c. the 18th century BC. The Hittite empire reached its height ca. the 14th century BCE, encompassing a large part of Anatolia, north-western Syria about as far south as the mouth of the Litani River (in present-day Lebanon), and eastward into upper Mesopotamia.

The Hittites were a Bronze Age people of Anatolia, present day Turkey. They established a kingdom centered at Hattusa in north-central Anatolia c. the 18th century BC. The Hittite empire reached its height ca. the 14th century BCE, encompassing a large part of Anatolia, north-western Syria about as far south as the mouth of the Litani River (in present-day Lebanon), and eastward into upper Mesopotamia.

Ruins on Mount Nemrut, Turkey, burial site of kings, date from the first century B.C.

Ruins on Mount Nemrut, Turkey, burial site of kings, date from the first century B.C.

Hattusha: the Hittite Capital

Hattusha: the Hittite Capital

https://flic.kr/p/4Um32B | Hattusha

https://flic.kr/p/4Um32B | Hattusha

Hattusha: The Hittite Capital in Turkey. This is an amazing UNESCO heritage site. Check out 12 other incredible UNESCO sites you didn't know were in Turkey. Other than their UNESCO sites they have AMAZING beaches! Go on your #TurquoiseHunt.

Hattusha: The Hittite Capital in Turkey. This is an amazing UNESCO heritage site. Check out 12 other incredible UNESCO sites you didn't know were in Turkey. Other than their UNESCO sites they have AMAZING beaches! Go on your #TurquoiseHunt.

Hattusa, Hittite Empire, ca 1300 BC. In keeping with the militaristic ethos of the Hittites, their capital city was magnificently fortified. Already situated on advantageous terrain, it was surrounded by double walls. On the ridge in the upper right is the "Acropolis", the royal district of the city which contained the palace. The city was destroyed in 1200 BC during the great Bronze Age Collapse.

Hattusa, Hittite Empire, ca 1300 BC. In keeping with the militaristic ethos of the Hittites, their capital city was magnificently fortified. Already situated on advantageous terrain, it was surrounded by double walls. On the ridge in the upper right is the "Acropolis", the royal district of the city which contained the palace. The city was destroyed in 1200 BC during the great Bronze Age Collapse.