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USED (GD) Documenta Et Monumenta Orientis Antiqui, the Laws of the Hittites: A C


 

The Kingdom of the Hittites (2nd Edition) by Bryce, Trevor [Hardcover]


 

The Kingdom of the Hittites by Trevor Bryce Hardcover Book (English)


 

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Hittites: The True and Surprising History Of The Ancient Hittite Empire


by: Patrick Auerbach
The Hittites, most known as the opposers of Israel in the Old Testament and the Torah, were a mystery throughout the ages until their recorded tablets were discovered in the early 1900's. The Hittites chronicled the history and major events in cuneiform onto more than 25,000 stone tablets. After discovery the key to their language translation, scholars treated to a complete description of the culture and key military conquests.

Some of the questions answered by the tablets included:
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Amarna Book I: Book of Ida: A Historical Novella


by: Ms. Grea Alexander
Did the Amarna line really end with King Tut's Death?

Thebes, Upper Egypt. 1324 BC

The last living male descendant of the Amarna line, Pharaoh Tutankhamun, has died suddenly under mysterious circumstances. His wife, Queen Ankhesenamen, is left without a male heir. The ambitious vipers Ay and Horemheb are nipping at her heels in their bid to seize power.

Queen Ankhe has but one hope to maintain her hold on the throne - an alliance with the Hittites. With Ay and Horemheb watching her every move, there is only one person she can trust to save her and her line - a girl, a slave - Ida.
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Hittite Warrior


by: Trevor Bryce

Written by Trevor Bryce, one of the world's leading experts on the Hittites, this book charts the rise and fall of a warrior people famed for their ferocity, who built an empire which stretched from Mesopotamia to Syria and Palestine. Regarded as barbarians by the Egyptians, for a hundred years the Hittites fought a draining war against the Egyptians - the climax of which saw the Hittites defeated and their 400-year-old empire destroyed at the Battle of Qadesh (1274 BC).

Thought to have invented iron, used to forge their weapons, and known for pioneering a revolutionary three-man chariot system, Bryce details the day-to-day lives of Hittite warriors.
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