Translation of Hittite in Spanish:


hitita, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɪtaɪt//ˈhɪtʌɪt/


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    hitita feminine
    • The mythical Assyrian empire was often cited in this regard, as was that of the legendary Hittites.
    • Among the Hittites, the Anatolian civilization in western Turkey in the second millennium bc, a grape harvesting festival took place every year.
    • There is a strange letter from a Queen of Egypt of this era, probably Ankhesenamum, to the King of the Hittites.
    • After the Bronze Age, Amorites, Western Semites, Hyksos and Hittites successively invaded the area.
    • After the decline of the Hittites, the region was colonized by the Greeks, and later by the Persians after the Persian Wars.
    • The Hittites, who had a lunar calendar, believed the world would end about 100 B.C., when it reached an even number.
    • We have a history of the region, which, in a sense, goes back to the Hittites; goes back earlier, to other things of a similar nature.
    • The Egyptians, Phoenicians and Hittites practised it as a special ritual in conjunction with the presentation of the dowry.
    • The origins of these words can be traced to the Hittites, among whose historical documents is a reference to the Hayasa.
    • The Hittites, the Minoans, and other early civilizations left drawings of swimming and diving skills.
    • The Hittites developed the caves as a nice hideout network, where they built clever doorways and traps to thwart invaders.
    • Note however, that the earliest mention of engineer soldiers is attributed to the Hittites as early as 1600 BC.
    • The Capital of the Hittites was in Asia-Minor and it was called Hatttusa.
    • Rollerskates only increase the mystery of the ancient Hittites.
    • She was a Babylonian princess sent over as a peace offering from our sworn enemies, the Hittites.
    • It was built in around 1, 300BC by the feared King Ramesses II - who famously defeated the Hittites at the Battle of Kadesh.
    • The earliest Armenian history was related to the Hittites and the Urartians as well as with the peoples of Mesopotamia.
    • Many historians think that the Hittites were the only people who ever actually invented iron - everybody else got it through cultural diffusion.