Jouna Pyysalo

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Anatolian Hieroglyphs (Luwian Hieroglyphs, Hittite Hieroglyphs)

Anatolian Hieroglyphs (Luwian Hieroglyphs, Hittite Hieroglyphs)

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

Extent of the LBK culture (Linear Pottery culture) (c. BCE) haplogroup from Hungary in the Mesolithic into Germany

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!

Hittite Bronze, Silver and Electrum Statuette of a Mountain God / 1750-1250 BCE / Bronze, Silver, Electrum / height 24.5 cm

Yam or Baal. Detailed cast bronze, hammered over with silver sheets on the body, electrum on the face. Strongly resembles the Canaanite Baal, a region of people in the area of the present-day Israel, Lebanon and Palestinian territories.

Hittite Ritual Axe:  The Hittites were known for their Iron weapons and their knowledge of how to make steel.  They were also known for their horses, and their chariot building- all classically Indo-European skills:  Chariots, Horses, Warriors.

"Hittite Ritual Axe: The Hittites were known for their Iron weapons and their knowledge of how to make steel. They were also known for their horses, and their chariot building- all classically Indo-European skills: Chariots, Horses, Warriors.

Ahura Mazda. the Iranian sky god, the Wise Lord or Lord Wisdom, and god of order, depicted as a bearded man on a winged disk, was the principal god of the ancient Zoroastrians. He was one of the Indo-Iranian spiritual lords who also included Mithra and Varuna. Achaemenid Persians worshiped him as Ahuramazda, giver of kingship. Later dynasties worshiped him as a perfect and omniscient spirit. He came to be depicted in human form.

Ahura Mazda (IRANIAN) sky god, the Wise Lord or Lord Wisdom, and god of order, depicted as a bearded man on a winged disk, was the principal god of the ancient Zoroastrians.