Newark: University of Delaware Press, (1986).
Seller ID: 9106gcs
Octavo, black cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, 167 pp. Fine in a Near-Fine dust jacket with light rubbing to edges. From dust jacket: Just outside the capital city of Hattusa, about one hundred miles east of the modern Turkish capital, Ankara, the Hittites of the middle and late Bronze Age created their largest surviving sanctuary. Within the group of huge, outcropping rocks known as Yazilikaya, this imperial chapel provided for the worship of numerous deities who were largely apotheoses of elements and forces of nature. In the mid-thirteenth century B.C., when Hittite great kings restruc... View More...