An entire Hittite village to be reconstructed in the ancient site of Hattusha

Hattusha (or Halys in Greek) was the capital of the Hittite Empire during the epoch of late Bronze Age in the Near-East, with its current ruins being located near modern Boğazkale, Turkey. Situated in strategic location that favored local economy, the settlement was in proximity to widespread agricultural lands and woods, thus having supply chains for both food and timber. Taking such localized historical aspects into consideration, Turkish officials are about to go ahead with their Hittite Village Project (patronized by Boğazkale District Governor’s office). Their goal is to reconstruct…

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