- n. Plural form of Hittite.
“The Hittites were a powerful civilization that controlled most of Anatolia in the second millennium B.C. More ...”
“The Hittites were the only great state of the Ancient”
“The Hittites were a powerful non-Semitic people, whose capital was Carchemish, on the”
“Several monuments bearing inscriptions which are sorely puzzling the archaeologists have recently been unearthed at the site of Boghaz-Keni which was the ancient, if not original capital, of the mysterious people called the Hittites who have been for so long a worry to Bible students.”
“For the Hittites were a very prominent group among the inhabitants of the land and so came to stand for all of them.”
“The writing of the Hittites was a picture-writing; and even the arrow-head writing of the Babylonians and Assyrians, and the contorted characters of the Chinese, are abridged picture-writings in which the pictorial forms are yet in some instances discernible.”
“We will take up the narrative at that critical point where the Hittites are about to execute their flank movement, and so isolate Rameses from his army.”
“Professor Sayce reveals that certain people known as Hittites had yellow skins.”
“At least three or four peoples were known as Hittites in the”
“The [[Armenia]] ns were also known as the Hittites and all other tribes roundabout.”
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