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 Hattians - The Wordbook Encyclopedia
The Hattians were an ancient people who inhabited the land of Hatti in present-day central and southeastern parts of Anatolia, Asia Minor.
The Hattian civilisation was situated between 2500 - 2000/1700 BC in the Early and Middle Bronze Age.
The principal deities of the Hittites were adopted from the Hattian religion (the Sun Goddess, her husband the Storm God and their children Nerik and Zippalanda, their daughter Nezullash and their grandchild Zentish; and as well Telipinu, his wife Hatepinush, the goddesses Inaras and Zithariyas, Karzish and Hapantalliyash).
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The Hattians may have been connected to the Khaldi/Kardu, but it may be in little more than language and proximity.
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Of an advanced intellectual level, they strongly influenced the Hittites by their religious rites, official ceremonies and mythology.
Kanesh – Baked clay tablet 1900 BC BC - An immigrant Indo-European people arrived in successive waves from the north of the Black Sea or Caucasus, taking one by one the Hatti state-cities, and imposing themselves upon the populations of Central Anatolia.
They founded many principalities, but towards the end of the 18C BC, the kings of Kusara (Alacahöyük located in the basin of the Halys/Kizilirmak) Pithana and his son Anitta manage to impose their hegemony.
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  Hattians - ToseekA Search Results
The Hattians were an ancient people who inhabited the land of Hatti in present...
Hattians was banished from that lend in Now days Macedonia and Russia.
Hattian leaders probably used scribes writing in Assyrian to conduct business with Mesopotamia.
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The Hattians were an ancient people who inhabited the land of Hatti in Asia Minor in the 3rd to 2nd millennia BC.
They eventually merged with or were replaced by the Hittites, who spoke the Indo-European Hittite language.
The Hattians may have been connected, in language and proximity, to the Khaldi/Kardu.
www.gogoglo.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/h/ha/hattians.html   (97 words)

  
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The Hittites should be distinguished from the "Hattians", an earlier people who inhabited the same region until the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC and spoke a non-Indo-European language — conventionally called Hattic.
The early Hittites, whose prior whereabouts are unknown, borrowed heavily from the pre-existing Hattian culture, and also from that of the Assyrian traders — in particular the cuneiform writing and the use of cylindrical sealss.
These tablets tell that a Hattian king Pitkhana of a small city-state named Kussara or Kussar (which has yet to be identified by archeologists) and his son Anitta conquered several neighboring city states — including the city of Nesa (perhaps the same as Kanesh), and Hattusas.
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The Hittites should be distinguished from the "Hattians", an earlier people who inhabited the same region until the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC and spoke a non-Indo-European language — conventionally called Hattic.
The early Hittites, whose prior whereabouts are unknown, borrowed heavily from the pre-existing Hattian culture, and also from that of the Assyrian traders — in particular the cuneiform writing and the use of cylindrical sealss.
These tablets tell that a Hattian king Pitkhana of a small city-state named Kussara or Kussar (which has yet to be identified by archeologists) and his son Anitta conquered several neighboring city states — including the city of Nesa (perhaps the same as Kanesh), and Hattusas.
www.wikimoz.org /wiki/en/wikipedia/h/hi/hittites.html   (2139 words)

  
 Hattian Landsknecht
The Hattian Landsknechts are world-renowned solders and mercenaries.
The Hattians have perfected the use of the massive blades which have become their trademark.
Whether in the light Landsknecht armour or in the heavy plate of the Heldannic Knights, the lands of the Hattians are the home of fierce warriors as well as being the center of learning for their peculiar method of fighting.
www.angelfire.com /d20/mystara/landsknecht.htm   (647 words)

  
 Timeline of the Heldannic Knights
AC 313 Hattians rebel and proclaim the sovereign Kingdom of Hattias.
The bravest and most notorious Hattian warriors opposing Imperial Law are sent to the arenas to entertain the crowds.
The remains of Wilhelm Hockstein are buried in the Crypt of Heroes under the fortress of Freiburg.
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However, the Hittites should be distinguished from the "Hattians", an earlier people who inhabited the same region until the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC, and spoke a non-Indo-European language conventionally called Hattic.
The early Hittites, whose prior whereabouts are unknown, borrowed heavily from the pre-existing Hattian culture, and also from that of the Assyrian traders - in particular, the cuneiform writing and the use of cylindrical seals.
Since Hattic continued to be used in the Hittite kingdom for religious purposes, and there is substantial continuity between the two cultures, it is not known whether the Hattic speakers - the Hattians- were displaced by the speakers of Hittite, were absorbed by them, or just adopted their language.
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The Hattis or Hattians gave their name to Anatolia which was then called "the Land of the Hattis".
They made alliances with the natives (the Hattis or Hattians), married their women, integrated themselves into the local culture and even adopted the worship of many native deities, giving birth to the Hittite civilization.
They adopted the Hattian place-names and proper nouns, naming also Anatolia as the "land of the Hatti" (the modern use of the term Hittite derives from the Old Testament).
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 Ancient Hittites - Ancient Civilization
The name "Hattic" was coined to distinguish this language from the Indo-European "Hittite" (Nesilli), which appeared in the scene at the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC and became the administrative language of the Hittite kingdom over the next six or seven centuries.
The early Hittites, whose prior whereabouts are still unknown, borrowed heavily from the pre-existing Hattian culture, and also from that of the Assyrian traders — in particular the cuneiform writing and the use of cylindrical seals.
Since Hattic continued to be used in the Hittite kingdom for religious purposes, and there is substantial continuity between the two cultures, it is not known whether the Hattic speakers — the Hattians— were displaced by the Nesilli speakers, were absorbed by them, or just adopted their language.
www.ancient-civilization.info /ancient-hittites   (1195 words)

  
 Hittite Religion | Encyclopedia of Religion
Hittite society was ethnically and linguistically diverse, with Hattian, Hurrian, and even some Semitic elements, and this diversity is evident in the divine names.
The Hattians were resident in central Anatolia before the Indo-European Hittites arrived.
It is understandable that a people open to influences from its neighbors, as the Hittites were, would early adopt the worship of Hattian deities.
www.bookrags.com /research/hittite-religion-eorl-06   (386 words)

  
 Notebook
The Hattians of north-eastern Anatolia, the predecessors of the Hittites, were the authors of the earliest Anatolian art worthy of the name.
The Anatolian states, isolated by their geographical features were bound to be largely independent in their cultures, as is shown by the discoveries at Beycesultan; and Troy is as individual as Maikop, at any rate in most of its aspects, though, as will appear later, it shared its architecture with other Anatolian sites.
Throughout the history of the Middle East it is common to find a petty state achieving for a time wealth and independence, developing an art which may imitate that of the leading centres [with local variations that give it a certain individuality] and then sinking into insignificance and becoming sterile.
www.noteaccess.com /Texts/Woolley/6.htm   (1912 words)

  
 Turkey - History (Grades 6-8)
Several thousand years later, a group of people called the Hattians lived in Anatolia.
They wrote on soft clay tablets, baked them for hardness, then wrapped the hardened tablet in more clay, then baked the whole thing again.
By 1500 BC, the Hittite empire was as strong as it would become.
www.edhelper.com /ReadingComprehension_Geography_199_1.html   (413 words)

  
 Hittites and Hattians in Anatolia
The old Bronze Age (2600-1900 BC) was the time when Anatolian man first developed cities of substantial size.
An indigenous people now named the Proto-Hittites, or the Hattians, built a cities at Kanesh (or Nesa-today's Kultepe) and Alacahoyuk.
The first known ruler of Kanesh was King Zipani (about 2300 BC) according to the Akkadian texts.
www.turkeyinphotos.com /History/hittites.htm   (408 words)

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