Map of the Bronze Age Hittite Kingdom north of Lebanon in present day Turkey or Anatolia

3 / Map of the Bronze Age Hittite Kingdom north of Lebanon in present day Turkey or Anatolia

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40 more maps that explain the world The 1916 European treaty to carve up the Middle East

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The Urnfield culture (c. 1300 BC – 750 BC) was a late Bronze Age culture of central Europe. The name comes from the custom of cremating the dead and placing their ashes in urns which were then buried in fields.

Map: The Middle East in 1140

Map: The Middle East in showing the establishment of the Seljuk sultanate of "Rum" (Rome) and the retreat of the Eastern Roman Empire from its Anatolian heartlands.

Celtic Empire 700-100 BC .  The Celts got around.

The Celtic "Empire" 700 BC - 100 BC. Not well shaded at the Basque Country, no Celts there

Kingdom of Urartu - Google'da Ara

Kingdom of Urartu - Google'da Ara

Probably originating from the area beyond the Black Sea, the Hittites first occupied central Anatolia, making their capital at Hattusa (modern Bogazköy). Early kings of the Hittite Old Kingdom, such as Hattusilis I (reigned c. 1650-c. 1620 BC), consolidated and extended Hittite control over much of Anatolia and northern Syria. Hattusilis' grandson Mursilis I raided down the Euphrates River to Babylon, putting an end (c. 1590 BC) to the Amorite dynasty there.

Probably originating from the area beyond the Black Sea, the Hittites first…

CAROLINA NATURALLY: Something Extra

It seems likely that the Celts reached the north-south section of the Danube by the century BCE as is shown by several La Tene B cemetaries in the Danube bend and north-eastern Hungary.

European colonies in America, 1763

his map shows European colonies in the Americas around At that time, European colonies covered extensive areas in North, Central, and South America.

Iron Age Celtic tribes .E nn la Actualidad El  Mapa  es  Falso  ,  no esta Numancia ................................. Ni Tampoco esta viriato .......( asi son los ingleses ...)

Topic: Roman Republic The Celts (pronounced "kelts") were the ancient inhabitants of Northern Europe. Julius Caesar had battled them during his conquest of Gaul. The Romans eventually took most of Britain and the Iberia.

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