Earliest Times

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Çatalhöyük (7000-6500, BC) is probably one of the oldest and the biggest Neolithic "city" ever known. This city is remarkable is not only because of…

The Hittites

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The Hittites were Indo-European people and they came Anatolia from the northern part of the Black Sea where they followed the way down to Kizilirmak-Halys…

The Phrigians

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After the fall of the Hittite State and between the centuries 12th and 7th centuries BC, Phrygians, who, (by the old greek philosophers) were thought…

The Lydians

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It can not be said with certainty when the Lydians came and settled in Anatolia but we do know that their language was an Indo-European…

The Urartians

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It can be argued that the Hurrians are the ancestors of Urartians since they flourished on the remnants of the Hurrian civilization. Lake Van was…

Early Christianity

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The foremost proponent of Christianity, St.Paul, found his way to the Roman province of Anatolia to propagate this new religion after the Romans ejected the…