Hittite architecture

Hittite architecture

(2000–1200 B.C.)
An architecture found in northern Syria and Asia Minor, characterized by fortifications constructed with stone masonry and gateways ornamented with sculpture.

Hittite architecture

The distinctive rugged architecture created in central Anatolia at the time of the Hittite Empire (14th to 13th cent. B.C.), preeminent for its fortifications, citadels, and temples.