Ancient Hittite ruins, Turkey

Ancient Hittite ruins, Turkey

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Caption: Ancient Hittite ruins. Giant terracotta storage jars half buried in the ground at the ancient Hittite settlement of Hattusa, near Bogazkale, Turkey. The Hittites were a Bronze Age civilisation from Anatolia, whose capital Hattusa was established around the 18th Century BC.

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