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Graham Hancock, Andrew Collins & Hugh Newman at Alaca Höyük, Turkey: 'Origins of Civilization Tour'
Visit Ancient Turkey: Tepe, Karahan Tepe & more on a 5-day tour in May or September 2015: http://andrewcollins.com/page/events/Gobekli_break_0515.htm. - This video was filmed at Alaca Höyük...
ANCIENT HITTITES of Anatolia (Turkey)
Ancient Hittites of Anatolia (1700 - 700 BC) - territory of modern central Turkey. One of the most ancient civilizations. Hattusa was the capital of Hittite empire. In 13th cen BC Hittite king...
Polygonal "Inca" Stonemasonry in Ancient Turkey - The Hittites (2003) Documentary
The except from the Turkish documentary called The Hittites made in 2003, shows a polygonal mortar-less building technique which was used to build walls in the ancient Anatolia region. A technique...
Hittite Citadel in Ankara, Turkey
On top of the Hittite Citadel in Ankara, Turkey. The sound you hear is the call to prayer echoing throughout the city.
Hittite Wine Decanter making Venessa Seramik, Avanos, Turkey
Venessa Seramik, Avanos,Turkey September 24, 2014 Many craftsmen at work here. An excellent place to visit and purchase pottery items.
Cappadocia, ( Kapdokya ) in Turkey - Hot Balloon Tours
Cappadocia is a historical region in Central Anatolia in Turkey. The area is a popular tourist destination, as it has many areas with unique geological, historic and cultural features. Related...
Tracking the Frontiers of the Hittite Empire
Tracking the Frontiers of the Hittite Empire Ann Gunter, Northwestern University A century ago, excavations at Boğazköy uncovered cuneiform tablets and architectural remains that identified...
9th CENTURY B.C HITTITE PERIODE
Archeological Museum late Hittite period some stone statue and letter on stones museum place in Turkey.
Eflatun Pinar Hittite monument in Turkey
Hittite carved spring near Beyşehir in Turkey.
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