Hittites. Who Were the Hittites?. Ancient Anatolian people Lived in modern day Turkey and Syria Existed in 1750 BCE. Hittite History. Divided into 3 periods Old Hittite Kingdom [1750-1500 BCE] Middle Hittite Kingdom [1500-1430 BCE] New Hittite Kingdom [1430-1180 BCE]. Old Kingdom.
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1. More merciful
2. No death penaly for minor crimes
3. More fines than death
4. Gave more power to the king
Changes the way people live
Helps develop art as well as weapons
Technology in History
First to create it
Impact of Ideas
Influences many others things
(Uncovered in 1906)
and focused power (capital)
Mursili I-sacked Babylon
Tudhaliya III-killed when
Suppiliuma II-fall of capital
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