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Adana, Turkey - The Bridge: A city that stands as a testament to the ancient Hittite civilization

Background imageHittite Collection: Adana, Turkey - The Bridge

Adana, Turkey - The Bridge
Adana, capital of Adana Province in south east Turkey. The ancient Antioch on the Sarus. One of the largest cities in Turkey - the gateway to the Cilician Plain

Background imageHittite Collection: Kadesh Treaty, 1269 BC. Egyptian-Hittite Peace Treaty. Terra

Kadesh Treaty, 1269 BC. Egyptian-Hittite Peace Treaty. Terra
Kadesh Treaty, 1269 BC. Egyptian-Hittite Peace Treaty between Ramesses II and Hattusilis III. Terracotta. Hittite version. From Hattusas (Bogazkoy). Archaeological Museum. Istanbul. Turkey

Background imageHittite Collection: Remains of a Hittite temple at Eflatun Pinar

Remains of a Hittite temple at Eflatun Pinar, Beysehir, Anatolia, Turkey, Asia Minor, Eurasia

Background imageHittite Collection: Stone statue of Hittite Storm God Tarhunzas, Tarhius or Teshub (stone)

Stone statue of Hittite Storm God Tarhunzas, Tarhius or Teshub (stone)
3288658 Stone statue of Hittite Storm God Tarhunzas, Tarhius or Teshub (stone); Louvre, Paris, France; Photo © Zev Radovan

Background imageHittite Collection: Hittite soldiers, Temple of Abu Simbel. 14th-13th century BC (Limestone relief)

Hittite soldiers, Temple of Abu Simbel. 14th-13th century BC (Limestone relief)
536173 Hittite soldiers, Temple of Abu Simbel. 14th-13th century BC (Limestone relief); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageHittite Collection: Ruins of the ancient city of Carchemish

Ruins of the ancient city of Carchemish (Karkamis, Karkemish, Kargamis, Karkamisa, Karakamisa, Karikamisa, Gargamis) - an important ancient capital in the northern part of the region of Syria

Background imageHittite Collection: Moulding of rock relief depicting Warpala, the king of Tyana land

Moulding of rock relief depicting Warpala, the king of Tyana land, praying in front of the plant and storm Tarhunza
5309751 Moulding of rock relief depicting Warpala, the king of Tyana land, praying in front of the plant and storm Tarhunza, late hittite period, 8th century BC (lime) by Neo-Hittite

Background imageHittite Collection: Relief Orthostat depicting musicians, late hittite period, 8th century BC (basalt)

Relief Orthostat depicting musicians, late hittite period, 8th century BC (basalt)
5309752 Relief Orthostat depicting musicians, late hittite period, 8th century BC (basalt) by Neo-Hittite, (8th century BC); Istanbul Archaeological Museum, Turkey; Photo © Stefano Baldini

Background imageHittite Collection: Cure of the Hittite princess who was possessed by a devil, from Hutchinsons History of

Cure of the Hittite princess who was possessed by a devil, from Hutchinsons History of the Nations, pub. 1915
3614197 Cure of the Hittite princess who was possessed by a devil, from Hutchinsons History of the Nations, pub.1915 by Stewart

Background imageHittite Collection: Ramesses II receiving a copy of his treaty with the Hittitesfrom Hutchinsons History of

Ramesses II receiving a copy of his treaty with the Hittitesfrom Hutchinsons History of the Nations, pub. 1915
3614196 Ramesses II receiving a copy of his treaty with the Hittitesfrom Hutchinsons History of the Nations, pub.1915 by Stewart

Background imageHittite Collection: Winged deity, c. 1300 BC (bronze, gold)

Winged deity, c. 1300 BC (bronze, gold)
3704117 Winged deity, c.1300 BC (bronze, gold) by Hittite, (13th century BC); 4 high cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageHittite Collection: Plaque fragment: kneeling lion-headed figure, c. 18th century BC (Ivory (hippopotamus)

Plaque fragment: kneeling lion-headed figure, c. 18th century BC (Ivory (hippopotamus)
3525782 Plaque fragment: kneeling lion-headed figure, c.18th century BC (Ivory (hippopotamus), gold foil) by Anatolian School; height: 9.8 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageHittite Collection: Furniture plaque: female sphinx with Hathor-style curls, c

Furniture plaque: female sphinx with Hathor-style curls, c
3525781 Furniture plaque: female sphinx with Hathor-style curls, c.18th century BC (hippopotamus ivory) by Anatolian School; 7.3 high cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageHittite Collection: Priest-King or Deity, c. 1600 BC (basalt with bone eyes)

Priest-King or Deity, c. 1600 BC (basalt with bone eyes)
499799 Priest-King or Deity, c.1600 BC (basalt with bone eyes) by Hittite, (1700-1500 BC); h:87.6 wt:87 lbs cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: Eyes: left, ancient; right, restored)

Background imageHittite Collection: Birthplace of the Hittite Empire

Birthplace of the Hittite Empire
A page from the Illustrated London News, 18th December 1948: A birthplace of the Hittite Empire: the Karum of Kanes, an ancient Anatolian trade centre by Tahsim (sic)

Background imageHittite Collection: David and Bathsheba (w / c on paper)

David and Bathsheba (w / c on paper)
CHT327008 David and Bathsheba (w/c on paper) by Iranian School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Miniature produced by a Jewish Persian artist; David et Bethsabee;)

Background imageHittite Collection: Relief depicting the son of King Araras, from Carchemish, Turkey, Neo-Hittite

Relief depicting the son of King Araras, from Carchemish, Turkey, Neo-Hittite
XIR238721 Relief depicting the son of King Araras, from Carchemish, Turkey, Neo-Hittite, 10th-8th century BC (stone) by Assyrian School; Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara

Background imageHittite Collection: Relief depicting a hunter, from Tell-Halaf, Syria (basalt) (detail)

Relief depicting a hunter, from Tell-Halaf, Syria (basalt) (detail)
XIR238714 Relief depicting a hunter, from Tell-Halaf, Syria (basalt) (detail) by Assyrian, (9th century BC); height: 57 cm; National Museum, Aleppo, Syria; out of copyright

Background imageHittite Collection: Orthostat depicting an archer from the Palace of Kapara, King of Guzama, Tell Halaf

Orthostat depicting an archer from the Palace of Kapara, King of Guzama, Tell Halaf
XIR210328 Orthostat depicting an archer from the Palace of Kapara, King of Guzama, Tell Halaf, Syria (basalt) by Aramaean, (9th century BC); height: 56 cm; Louvre, Paris, France; out of copyright

Background imageHittite Collection: Vessel terminating in the forepart of a stag, c. 1300 BC (silver, gold inlay)

Vessel terminating in the forepart of a stag, c. 1300 BC (silver, gold inlay)
3704121 Vessel terminating in the forepart of a stag, c.1300 BC (silver, gold inlay) by Hittite, (13th century BC); 18 high cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageHittite Collection: The Sphinx, Karkemish, 11th-9th century BC (stone)

The Sphinx, Karkemish, 11th-9th century BC (stone)
XIR290453 The Sphinx, Karkemish, 11th-9th century BC (stone) by Syrian; Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey; (add.info.: Le Sphinge; bas-relief; ); Syrian, out of copyright

Background imageHittite Collection: Banquet Pyxis, 800-750 BC (steatite)

Banquet Pyxis, 800-750 BC (steatite)
499832 Banquet Pyxis, 800-750 BC (steatite) by Neo-Hittite, (8th century BC); 5x10 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund; out of copyright

Background imageHittite Collection: Queen Ishtar, wife of King Hadad, from Tell Halaf, Syria, 2900-1350 BC (stone)

Queen Ishtar, wife of King Hadad, from Tell Halaf, Syria, 2900-1350 BC (stone)
XIR85726 Queen Ishtar, wife of King Hadad, from Tell Halaf, Syria, 2900-1350 BC (stone) by Assyrian School; National Museum, Aleppo, Syria; out of copyright

Background imageHittite Collection: Relief depicting Northern Prisoners at the Battle of Ramses III

Relief depicting Northern Prisoners at the Battle of Ramses III
2973954 Relief depicting Northern Prisoners at the Battle of Ramses III, Great Temple of Medinet (stone) by Egyptian 20th Dynasty (1200-1085 BC); (add.info)

Background imageHittite Collection: Hieroglyphic writing fragment recounting the life of Katusas king, Hittite

Hieroglyphic writing fragment recounting the life of Katusas king, Hittite
899842 Hieroglyphic writing fragment recounting the life of Katusas king, Hittite, 11th-9th century BC (stone) by Syrian; Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara

Background imageHittite Collection: Furniture plaque: hawk, c. 18th century BC (hippopotamus ivory)

Furniture plaque: hawk, c. 18th century BC (hippopotamus ivory)
3525780 Furniture plaque: hawk, c.18th century BC (hippopotamus ivory) by Anatolian School; 11.2 wide cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: Anatolia)

Background imageHittite Collection: Furniture support: female sphinx with Hathor-style curls, c

Furniture support: female sphinx with Hathor-style curls, c
3525779 Furniture support: female sphinx with Hathor-style curls, c.18th century BC (hippopotamus ivory, gold foil) by Anatolian School; 12.7x10.4 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageHittite Collection: King David Handing the Letter to Uriah (vellum)

King David Handing the Letter to Uriah (vellum)
MMT220024 King David Handing the Letter to Uriah (vellum) by French School, (16th century); 18.5x12 cm; Musee Marmottan Monet, Paris

Background imageHittite Collection: King Sulumeli hunting lions, Malatya, 11th-9th century BC (stone)

King Sulumeli hunting lions, Malatya, 11th-9th century BC (stone)
XIR290454 King Sulumeli hunting lions, Malatya, 11th-9th century BC (stone) by Syrian; Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey; (add.info.: bas-relief; ); Syrian, out of copyright

Background imageHittite Collection: Gateway with carved Sphinx (stone)

Gateway with carved Sphinx (stone)
BAL130570 Gateway with carved Sphinx (stone) by Hittite; Alacahoyuk, Turkey; (add.info.: AlacahAoyAok or Alaca HAoyAok is the site of a Neolithic and Hittite settlement in Alaca, Corum Province)

Background imageHittite Collection: Orthostat relief: lion-hunt scene, c. 9th century BC (painted basalt)

Orthostat relief: lion-hunt scene, c. 9th century BC (painted basalt)
3704116 Orthostat relief:lion-hunt scene, c.9th century BC (painted basalt) by Neo-Hittite (9th century BC); 56 high cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: From Syria)

Background imageHittite Collection: Hunting scene, 11th-9th century BC (stone)

Hunting scene, 11th-9th century BC (stone)
899840 Hunting scene, 11th-9th century BC (stone) by Syrian; Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara, Turkey; (add.info)

Background imageHittite Collection: Relief depicting Northern Prisoners at the Battle of Ramses III

Relief depicting Northern Prisoners at the Battle of Ramses III
2973955 Relief depicting Northern Prisoners at the Battle of Ramses III, Great Temple of Medinet (stone) by Egyptian 20th Dynasty (1200-1085 BC); (add.info)

Background imageHittite Collection: Stag Poletop, 1400-1200 BC (solid cast bronze)

Stag Poletop, 1400-1200 BC (solid cast bronze)
499864 Stag Poletop, 1400-1200 BC (solid cast bronze) by Hittite; 13.8x7.9x9.2 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: The stag was sacred to the Hittite god of the countryside)

Background imageHittite Collection: Relief depicting the head of a young prince, from Carchemish, Turkey, Neo-Hittite

Relief depicting the head of a young prince, from Carchemish, Turkey, Neo-Hittite
XIR238719 Relief depicting the head of a young prince, from Carchemish, Turkey, Neo-Hittite, 10th-8th century BC (stone) by Assyrian School; Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara

Background imageHittite Collection: Queen or wet nurse carrying Tuwarsais, the youngest son of King Araras, Carchemish

Queen or wet nurse carrying Tuwarsais, the youngest son of King Araras, Carchemish
XIR238718 Queen or wet nurse carrying Tuwarsais, the youngest son of King Araras, Carchemish, Neo-Hittite (basalt) by Assyrian, (9th century BC); Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, Ankara

Background imageHittite Collection: Seated goddess with a child, c. 1300 BC (gold)

Seated goddess with a child, c. 1300 BC (gold)
3704122 Seated goddess with a child, c.1300 BC (gold) by Hittite, (13th century BC); 4.3 high cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageHittite Collection: Vessel, c. 1900-1600 BC (painted ceramic)

Vessel, c. 1900-1600 BC (painted ceramic)
3704110 Vessel, c.1900-1600 BC (painted ceramic) by Hittite, (1700-1500 BC); 8.3x10.8 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Background imageHittite Collection: Priest-King or Deity, c. 1600 BC. Creator: Unknown

Priest-King or Deity, c. 1600 BC. Creator: Unknown
Priest-King or Deity, c. 1600 BC. The Hittites migrated into Anatolia in the 3rd millennium BC and spoke an Indo-European language, a group that includes Greek, Latin, Persian, Sanskrit, English

Background imageHittite Collection: A Battle-Scene from the Rameseum at Thebes, 1890. Creator: Unknown

A Battle-Scene from the Rameseum at Thebes, 1890. Creator: Unknown
A Battle-Scene from the Rameseum at Thebes, 1890. Battle of Kadesh relief (c1275BC) at the Ramesseum memorial temple in the Theban necropolis. Pharaoh Ramesses II charges the fallen Hittite army

Background imageHittite Collection: Hittite art. Stele of King Bar-Rakib (744-727 BC) sitting o

Hittite art. Stele of King Bar-Rakib (744-727 BC) sitting o
Hittite art. Orthostat or stele of King Bar-Rakib (Barrakit 744-727 BC) sitting on the throne.750 BC. Zone of Sma al /Zincirli (Turkey) to South of Turkey. Detail. Pergamon Museum. Museum Island

Background imageHittite Collection: Battle of Kadesh (1274 B. C. ). Ramses II in his chariot. Rame

Battle of Kadesh (1274 B. C. ). Ramses II in his chariot. Rame
Relief depicting the battle of Kadesh (generally dated to 1274 b.C.) between the forces of the Egyptian Empire under Ramesses II

Background imageHittite Collection: Hittites warriors on a tank. Late imperial period

Hittites warriors on a tank. Late imperial period. Hittite art. Imperial Hittite period. Relief on rock. TURKEY. Ankara. Archaeological Museum

Background imageHittite Collection: Stag Poletop 1400-1200 BC Eastern Anatolia Hittite

Stag Poletop 1400-1200 BC Eastern Anatolia Hittite
Stag Poletop, 1400-1200 BC. Eastern Anatolia, Hittite, 15th-13th century BC. Bronze, solid cast; overall: 13.8 x 7.9 x 9.2 cm (5 7/16 x 3 1/8 x 3 5/8 in.)



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Adana, Turkey - The Bridge: A city that stands as a testament to the ancient Hittite civilization, Adana in Turkey is home to numerous archaeological sites and remnants of this once mighty empire. Kadesh Treaty, 1269 BC. Egyptian-Hittite Peace Treaty. Terra: The Kadesh Treaty marked a historic moment of peace between the Egyptians and Hittites, ending years of conflict and establishing diplomatic relations between these two powerful nations. Remains of a Hittite temple at Eflatun Pinar: Explore the ruins of an ancient Hittite temple at Eflatun Pinar and witness the architectural marvels that were created by this advanced civilization. Ruins of the ancient city of Carchemish: Step back in time as you wander through the ruins of Carchemish, an important city during the Hittite era. Marvel at its grandeur and imagine what life was like for its inhabitants thousands of years ago. Battle of Kadesh (1274 B. C. ). Ramses II in his chariot. Rame: Relive one of history's most epic battles - the Battle of Kadesh - where Ramses II led his chariot into war against the formidable Hittites. This clash forever altered the balance of power in ancient Egypt. Moulding rock relief depicting Warpala, king Tyana land praying in front plant storm Tarhunza late hittite period 8th century BC (lime): Delve into religious practices during late Hittite times with a mesmerizing rock relief depicting King Warpala praying before Tarhunza, god associated with storms and agriculture. Relief depicting a war chariot. Orthostat. Basalt. 9th century BC. : Witness artistic mastery on display with an intricately carved relief showcasing a war chariot from the 9th century BC made out basalt stone—an enduring symbol representing military might and prowess. Hittite art.