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This bronze tablet is the original text of a border agreement between the Hittite ruler Tuthalia IV and Kurunta, the ruler of Tarhuntassa. Ankara Anatolian civilizations museum.

This bronze tablet is the original text of a border agreement between the Hittite ruler Tuthalia IV and Kurunta, the ruler of Tarhuntassa. Ankara Anatolian civilizations museum.

Hittite hieroglyphics | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hittite hieroglyphics | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

5th C. BCE, Cypriot : Gold and cloisonne bracelet

5th C. BCE, Cypriot : Gold and cloisonne bracelet

Celtic Neck Ring Gold Made 500-300 BCE

Celtic Neck Ring Gold Made 500-300 BCE

Plaster cast of a Neo-Hittite relief; large figure on left, walking right, wearing a long gown and playing double pipes; small central figure with pair of rattles; figure on fight wearing a short skirt or kilt and dancing with both hands clasped overhead; painted brown in imitation of original limestone; mounted in wooden frame; hairline crack in centre. Culture/period:      Neo-Hittite - 10thC BC

Plaster cast of a Neo-Hittite relief; large figure on left, walking right, wearing a long gown and playing double pipes; small central figure with pair of rattles; figure on fight wearing a short skirt or kilt and dancing with both hands clasped overhead; painted brown in imitation of original limestone; mounted in wooden frame; hairline crack in centre. Culture/period: Neo-Hittite - 10thC BC

Cast of a Neo-Hittite relief depicting two figure walking to the left, the right hand one grasping the left wrist of the other with his right hand; Hittite hieroglyphic inscription around their heads and shoulders. 8thC BC (original)

Cast of a Neo-Hittite relief depicting two figure walking to the left, the right hand one grasping the left wrist of the other with his right hand; Hittite hieroglyphic inscription around their heads and shoulders. 8thC BC (original)

Hittite silver ceremonial drinking vessel in shape of fist (14th century BCE). Along the cuff is inlaid a procession of musicians. On display at MFA, Boston

Hittite silver ceremonial drinking vessel in shape of fist (14th century BCE). Along the cuff is inlaid a procession of musicians. On display at MFA, Boston

Hittite script from Hattuša

Hittite script from Hattuša