Osprey Publishing, 2008. — 64 p.In the second half of the 3rd millennium BCE the Indo-European tribes known to us as the Hittites started to migrate to and settle in Central Anatolia. At that time it was a land of small city-states some of whose names have survived to this day, such as Kanes (Nesa), Kussara, Hattusha, Zalpa and Puruskhanda; however, the exact location ofthese sites is not always known. The newcomers gradually settled all over Central Anatolia and took control of the region. The merging ofthe Hittites with the indigenous Hattian population appears to have been a fairly peaceful process, though some armed conflict is indicated by traces of destruction in strata from the period discovered at Alacahoyiik, Ali~ar, Hattusha and others.
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