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archäologische Ausgrabung von Nerik 11-08, Türkei
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Kurz nach Arbeitsbeginn auf der archäologischen Ausgrabung auf dem Hügel von Oymaağaç (Türkei), dem hethitischen Kultort Nerik. Im 2. Jtsd v.Chr. beherrschten die Hethiter ein Gebiet das von Troja bis an die Grenzen Ägyptens reichte.

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Tags: nerik; hittite; archaeology; history; excavation; sunrise; morning
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