CHAPTER XXIV (a): ANATOLIA, c. 2300–1750 B.C.

@inproceedings{Mellaart1971CHAPTERX,
  title={CHAPTER XXIV (a): ANATOLIA, c. 2300–1750 B.C.},
  author={James Mellaart and Carl William Blegen and I. E. S. Edwards and Cyril J. Gadd and Nicholas Geoffrey Lempri{\`e}re Hammond},
  year={1971}
}
INTRODUCTORY The period with which this chapter is concerned is of particular interest to the historian, for it is during these five and a half centuries or so that the greater part of Anatolia came to be dominated by newcomers from the north, speaking a variety of Indo-European languages, and having a culture, religion, economy and customs which had little in common with those of the earlier populations. During this period were laid the foundations for the historical kingdoms of the later… 
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