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Boğazköy

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Boghazkeui

(bōäz`köy), village, N central Turkey. Boğazköy (or Hattusas as it was called) was the chief center of the Hittite empire (1400–1200 B.C.), which was consolidated by Shubbiluliuma (fl. 1380 B.C.). Hugo Winckler found there (1906–7) the principal Hittite inscriptions on 10,000 tablets; this discovery greatly added to the knowledge of Hittite civilization. Among the impressive remains are huge fortifications, gates, and temples. Below this level, archaeologists have found levels of an earlier period. Nearby is the Hittite carved sanctuary of Yazilikaya. Boğazköy is by tradition the site of Pteria, where Croesus and Cyrus the Great fought an indecisive battle (546 B.C.). The name of the village is also written Boghazkoy.
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Die Lebermodelle aus Bogazkoy will definitely be the standard resource for this material for many years to come and deserves a place in every Assyriological library.
LAMFestival, I (Studien zu des Bogazkoy Texten, 27), Wiesbaden.
In 2011, the nearby Bogazkoy Museum added to its collection two Hittite Sphinxes, one of which had been taken to Germany "for repairs" 94 years earlier.
The German-Turkish battle for the Bogazkoy Sphinx resulted in a 2002 meeting wherein each party suggested that the other content itself with a replica--"neither proposal was accepted".
Bogazkoy tablets in the Archaeological Museum of Ankara II.
Those works of arts are mainly from the archaeological excavations in the mounds of Alacahoyuk, Bogazkoy, Ortakoy, Eskiyapar, Pazarli, Kussaray, Huseyindede and Alisar.
Working with the Hurrian material from Bogazkoy is difficult, given the issues with the grammar and lexicon of this language that still remain.
Tarkasnawa King of Mira: 'Tarkondemos', Bogazkoy Sealings and Karabel, AnSt 48: 1-31.
Unal, "Ein Vogeloralcel aus Bogazkoy mit pseudo-rechtlichen Bemerkungen iiber Familienrecht," AoF 25 (1998): 112-18; 1.
No evidence was found in support of a putative "Kaska" ceramic tradition that resurged after the collapse of the Hittite state, as has been suggested for the Early Iron Age levels at Bogazkoy (p.
Ein aldcadischer medizinischer Schillertext aus Bogazkoy.