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By Trevor Bryce

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Written via Trevor Bryce, one of many world's best specialists at the Hittites, this publication charts the increase and fall of a warrior humans famed for his or her ferocity, who equipped an empire which stretched from Mesopotamia to Syria and Palestine. considered as barbarians by way of the Egyptians, for 100 years the Hittites fought a draining struggle opposed to the Egyptians - the climax of which observed the Hittites defeated and their 400-year-old empire destroyed at Qadesh.
Thought to have invented iron, used to forge their guns, and recognized for pioneering a progressive three-man chariot method, Bryce information the day by day lives of Hittite warriors. He examines their education, apparatus, strategies, and motivations, in addition to their distinctive angle to faith which observed them undertake the gods of the folks they conquered. The inclusion of a Hittite handbook which describes, intimately, the educational of horses and the soldiers that rode them in conflict, in addition to unique complete colour illustrations make this publication a desirable and enlightening addition to a regularly neglected topic.

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8 J 203) is still more damaged. Therein recur the DinM4: and a certain Tob Alluf (1. 9), who is perhaps identical with the Alluf mentioned in fragment A. As to the name mt~, I refer to the Ab =tu, the son of Semah b. , XVIII, 402 top). 5-6), who opposed the Gaon and sent letters to the communities with the purpose of undermining his authority. The Gaon urges upon his correspondents to counteract the possible effect of his opponents' epistles. 24-5). As Pozn. , 40I) acutely remarks, KNs'wi tlwnn may be nicknames for N1'lwl lwrm.

Nahman, the well-known Amora of Nehardea, is mentioned as a Massorete in the Massorah Magna to ~ Gen. 27. 3 (prnm 2i ',n mn, cp. Ginsburg, n:r anan tnn Massora, I, 611i and Introduction, pp. 213 and 6II). A Massoretic fragment from the Genizah, which will be discussed in another connexion, mentions Nni' n'2i 'n'D. 'The house of Yelta' is probably the Massoretic school of R. Nahman. It was named so in honour of his wife Yalta, the daughter of the Exilarch (cp. Ber. 5Ib top, Shabb. 54b, Gittin 67b, and Hullin I24a).

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