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Unformatted text preview: 5/11/11 5:47 PM sg62ndMilAnat Page 1 of 3 http://www.classics.unc.edu/courses/clar241/sg62ndMilAnat.html CLAR 241: The Archaeology of the Ancient Near East © 2010 G. Kenneth Sams and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Study Outline #6 Anatolia in the 2nd Millennium (click here for map, courtesy Oriental Institute, University of Chicago) Middle Bronze Age ( ca . 2000-1700) (click here for images of the Assyrian Colony period in Anatolia) Period of the Old Assyrian Trading Colonies in Anatolia. The principal trading colony ( karum ) was the Karum Kanesh (Kültepe), levels II and Ib ( ca . 1950-1750). Other trading colonies known through archaeology include Acemhöyük (Burushanda?), the Karum Hattush (Bogazköy), and Alishar (Ankuwa?). Later Middle Bronze Age and Late Bronze Age (click here for on-site images of the Hittite Period in Anatolia) Hittite Old Kingdom (later 18th to 15th centuries) Mursilis I, the sacker of Babylon (1595) Old Hittite plastic and relief vessels from Bogazköy-Hattusha and elsewhere Hittite New Kingdom or Empire (14th-13th centuries) 5/11/11 5:47 PM...
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- Hittites, middle bronze age, Anatolia, Hittite Old Kingdom, Hittite New Kingdom, Old Hittite plastic