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    • Foreigners and foreignness in Hittite Anatolia 

      Dağbaşı, Ege (Bilkent University, 2021-09)
      Identifying foreigners and foreign elements, and understanding how foreignness was conceptualized in the Hittite world is challenging. Since the Hittite society was complex and, it included various different languages and ...
    • Hittite geographers: geographical perceptions and practices in hittite anatolia 

      Gerçek, Nebahat Ilgi (De Gruyter, 2018-05-04)
      Hittite archives are remarkably rich in geographical data. A diverse array of documents has yielded, aside from thousands of geographical names (of towns, territories, mountains, and rivers), detailed descriptions of the ...
    • Rural administration in Hittite Anatolia 

      Sorensen, Roslyn (Bilkent University, 2019-05)
      Administration is a tool consisting of a set of processes that underpin modern management methods in all realms of society. Its use is taken for granted in most present day cultures, by all governments and in most ...
    • The socio-political structure of Western Anatolia during the (L)BA 

      Özbaş, Beril (Bilkent University, 2021-09)
      The socio-political structure of western Anatolia during the (Late) Bronze Age is the focus of this thesis. It is visible that the western Anatolian Bronze Age is relatively an understudied subject in comparison to Central ...