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Hatti (Assyrian URUHa-at-ti) in Bronze Age Anatolia refers to:

  • the area of Hattusa, roughly delimited by the Halys bend
  • the Hattians of the 3rd and 2nd millennia BC
  • the Hittite Empire of ca 1400 BC–1200 BC
  • the areas to the west of the Euphrates controlled by Neo-Hittite kingdoms (1000-700 BC)
  • Hatti, Raichur, a settlement in the Raichur district of Karnataka, India
  • Hatti, Davanagere, a settlement in the Davanagere district of Karnataka, India

See also: Hattie


Up to date as of January 15, 2010

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  1. a region of Bronze Age Anatolia, inhabited by the Hattians and then the Hittites

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