'Oh silly me... I forgot my crown at home! ...and I did not change for the state dinner!' Queen Elizabeth
Büyükkale, citadel of Hattusha, late 13th century BC
adore this picture. royals laughing?!
A jolly Queen steps out
To celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday, a series of new royal portraits are released, in which Annie Leibovitz captures Her Majesty with members of her family. She is pictured here with some of her grandchildren and great grandchildren
The King's and Lion Gates of the upper city of Hattusha, thirteenth century BC, Hittite empire (Osprey Publishing)
Symbolic Representations of the Sacred Space/Landscape in the Telepinu Myth | Romina Della Casa - Academia.edu
Hittite Ritual Axe: The Hittites (ca. 18th century BCE) were known for their iron weapons, their knowledge of how to make steel, for their horses, and their chariot building.
The Hittite Sun Goddess of Arinna identified with Hurrian goddess Hebat