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West. Civ. Hittites
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Clay tablet from Amarna. (1939). Retrieved September 14, 2011, from http://www.katapi.org.uk/BibleM
Corum Hattusas the Hittite Capital. (2007). Retrieved September 14, 2011, from http://www.goturkey.c
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Otes/Hittites.html Advanced Cities The Old Kingdom-(1680-1500 bc
The New Kingdom (1400-1180)
Yazilukya Advanced Technology
Trade What makes a Civilized Society?
• Found iron
• Farmers planted barley, wheat, grapes, and olives
• Beekeeping was their sugar industry
• Shoes like skis for snowy mountain passes
• Made cloth
• Traditional pottery
• Metal workers
• Cuneiform Script on clay tablets
• Royal Library holds 10,000 clay tablets
• Carvings depict events, people, and gods
• Important record is the treaty between the Hittites and Wilusa
• Mentioned key geographic pinpoints in their Indo-European language, which is similar to Babylonian
• Wrote about actual events By: Sammi Fletcher, Erika Henningsen, and Brenda Blomgren Specialized Workers Record Keeping Interaction What language of symbols did the Hittites write in? What makes a civilized society? What was the
Hittites main discovery about metals? Answers to Interaction: 1. Cuneiform
2. A civilized society is formed by the organization of government, religion, art, writing, economy, and furthering itself as a city.
3. Iron could be heated, bent, then dipped into water to cool. The metal recieved sharper tips on weapons because of the water part of the process. Citations
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