Orta Anadolu'daki Hitit Yollarının Siyasi Ve Dini Merkezlerle Olan Bağlantısı
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ÖZER, Cansın. Hittite Roads and Their Connection with Political and Religious Centers in Centrel Anatolia, Master’s Thesis, Ankara, 2018 The Upper Land borders, which are identified from the Hittite cuneiform scripts, the northern part has constituted by Kaška’s in Middle Karadeniz district, the southern part has constituted by Tarhuntašša and Toros, the western parts have constituted by Lands of Seha and Mira in modern Afyon district and the southeastern part has constituted by Kizzuvatna. The district of Boğazkale, which is located in the center of the province of Çorum, was chosen as the capital city in the region bounded by Kızılırmak and Yeşilırmak. Inhabited settlements by Hittites was declared the capital of political or/and religious because of the quality of the architecture. They changed eh earlier settlements by their political and religious achitecture when Hittites became a dominant force in central Anatolia at the end of the middle 2 thousand B.C.. The settlements which have the qualification of capital have spread in north of the Central Anatolia beside the settlements which have the qualification of religious they have spread in borderlands. The Hittites, who used political and religious elements interbedded, adhered to this in every field they prevailed throughout the period. In this study, which was made under the heading “Hittite Roads and Their Connection with Political and Religious Centers in Centrel Anatolia”, the road which created by settlements was tried to determinate in Upper Land as named by Hittite cuneiform scripts.