Actual Archaeology: Treading in the Hittites Footsteps (Issue #5) (Paperback)

Actual Archaeology: Treading in the Hittites Footsteps (Issue #5) By Murat Nagis (Director), Ayse Tatar (Editor) Cover Image
By Murat Nagis (Director), Ayse Tatar (Editor)
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Known as the cradle of numerous civilizations for thousands of years, Anatolia is one of the most important centers in history. It has hosted many different cultures, languages and religions, faced several migrations and battles, and witnessed the foundation and the fall of civilizations. The cultures of these lost communities have been passed down to us through other communities as part of our heritage and have turned into traces under the earth that we cite as "cultural art".

The excavations and research conducted in Turkey continue to show the importance and the wealth of these territories for the origins of civilization. In this issue that you hold in your hands, we present a small part of the picture of the cultural wealth of Anatolia. When we gather all these small parts together, it is possible to see the whole: the history and the evolution of civilization.

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Product Details
ISBN: 9786056660788
ISBN-10: 6056660788
Publisher: Iboo Press
Publication Date: May 31st, 2016
Pages: 96
Language: English
Series: Issue