Hattusha Guide A Day In The Hittite Capital Kısa Özet
Hattusha Guide A Day In The Hittite Capital-Jürgen Seher From around 1650/1600 to 1200 BC Hattusha was the capital city of the Hittites, who ruled over wide reaches of Anatolia. This guide includes a practical itinerary that leads you past all the most significant features of the ancient capital, including the rock-cut sanctuary of Yazilikaya nearby.
Color photography and a wealth of reconstruction drawings accompany the descriptions -interesting, clear and easy to read- of each monument. You will also have at hand a brief history of the city, as well as bibliographical references for further reading in various languages.