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... not only indigenous Anatolian deities, but also Syrian and Hurrian divinities.
The plastic art of pre-imperial Hittite culture is scarce; from the Hittite Empire,
however, many examples have been found of stone sculptures in a powerful,
North American central shield evolution 13:180b Hurrian language, extinct
language spoken from the last centuries of the 3rd millennium so until at least the
latter years of the Hittite Empire (c. 1400—c. 1190 ac); it is neither an Indo-
Istantl, Hattie BTAN, Luwian TIWAT, Hurrian SHIMEGI, Hittite sun god. -Anatolian
representation in robes of kings 2:19lc Isthmia (festival): see Poseidon. Isthmian
Games, in ancient Greece, a festival of athletic and musical competitions in ...
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