3,000-year-old Hittite Sword


There is no wife in the world, Hittite sword can not be valued.

The 3,000-year-old Hittite brick in Çorum, which is included in road construction studies, is not priceless. The sword, which has no other example in the world, was found incidentally by two graveyard scoop operators in Hattusa, the capital of the Hittites, one of the greatest empires of history. At that time, two scoop operators in charge of the Village Services Directorate were delivered to the historian Boğazköy Museum belonging to Tuthaliya from the Hittite Kingdoms. The sword, which was understood to belong to the Hittite period in the examination made here, was later transferred to the Corum Museum. It is understood from the traces at the edge of the hole and individual hammer marks that it is made by forging the part that goes from the rivet holes to the cramp in the hardened bronze and casting technique. From the date of its founding, the sword, which has been on the agenda of the world of archeology, has been presented as a vow. The nail on the left side of the worm has the letter “I-nu-ma du-ut-ha-li-yalugal.galu-a-as-su-wa-u-halqiq-an-nu- -se-lI “is seen. ” When the great king Tuthaliya settled the land of Assuwa, this militant master offered it as a sacrifice to the god of the storm. ” It is estimated to have been written after the writer was seized as a spoils of war.


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