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Hittitology

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Hittitology is the study of the Hittites, an ancient Anatolian people that established an empire around Hattusa in the 2nd millennium BCE. It combines aspects of the archaeology, history, philology, and art history of the Hittite civilisation.

List of HittitologistsEdit

A partial list of notable Hittite scholars includes:

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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