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Dear Mr. Mevlut Uysal,Thank you for making our trip a memorable one. We really could bring back good memories from Turkey to share with our friends. We loved all the places especially Ephesus.We were glad that everything went on well as planned and we were happy that we didn't have to call you in be...
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The Hittites were a Bronze Age Indo-European speaking people of Anatolia, established a kingdom centered at Hattusa in north-central Anatolia c. the 18th century BC. The Hittite empire reached its height c. the 14th century BC, encompassing a large part of Anatolia.
The Hittites used cuneiform letters. Archaeological expeditions have discovered in Hattushash entire sets of royal archives in cuneiform tablets, written either in Akkadian, the diplomatic language of the time, or in the various dialects of the Hittite confederation.
The Hittite kingdom was centred on the lands surrounding Hattusa  and Neša, known as "the land Hatti" (Ha-at-ti). After Hattusa was made capital, the area encompassed by the bend of the Halys River (Turkish: Kızılırmak, which Hittites called the Marassantiya) was considered the core of the Empire, and some Hittite laws make a distinction between "this side of the river" and "that side of the river", for example, the reward for the capture of an eloped slave after he managed to flee beyond the Halys is higher than that for a slave caught before he could reach the river.