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.
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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.
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