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Boğazköy

(Turkish bɔːˈɑzkœi)
n
(Placename) a village in central Asia Minor: site of the ancient Hittite capital

Bo•gaz•koy

or Bo•gaz•köy

(ˌboʊ ɑzˈkœ i, -ˈkɔɪ)

n.
a village in N central Turkey: site of the ancient Hittite capital.
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In 2011 Germany reluctantly agreed to return a Hittite statue (otherwise known as the Bogazkoy Sphinx) that had been taken to Berlin by German archaeologists a century earlier.
Diski ornekleri; Mart-Haziran 2011 dogum sezonunda Kars cevresindeki koy ve ciftlikler olmak uzere 22 odaktaki (Kumbetli, Buyuk Akuzum Kars-Merkez, Bogazkoy, Agadeve, Esenyazi, Kocabahce, Caglayan, Cumhuriyet, Basgedikler, Dikme, Karakas, Esenkent,
Another difference of this site, compared to Ani and Catalhoyuk, is that the town of Bogazkoy also has a local museum where the findings of Hattusa are exhibited.
Giyimkent Head Office, Hadimkoy, Bayrampasa, Salt Works, GE[micro]ztepe Precast and Ready Mixed Concrete Construction Site, Bogazkoy Ready Mixed Concrete Construction Site and Yenibosna Laboratory Facilities Private Security Services Procurement.
Al margen de cualquier controversia sobre el particular, esto ha fomentado las exploraciones de la antigua Hattusa (actualmente Bogazkoy, Turquia), capital de imperio hitita.
Bogazkoy Sphinx, Pergamon-Zeus Altar, Aphrodisias-Old Fisherman Statue and Trojan artifacts in Germany; an Ottoman ceramic panel at the Louvre Museum in France; Trojan pieces in Russia and the Heracles Statue in Boston, USA are some of the important artifacts needed to be returned to Turkey, officials said.
In addition asphaltites are well differentiated from other famous oil shows analysed in southeast Turkey namely Eruh, Selmo, Bogazkoy and Yesilli.
Kibris Turk Kadin Cemiyetleri icinde kirsal kesimlerde olusancemiyetler arasinda 1932 yilinda kurulan Lapta Selkat Yurdu, 1964'te kurulan Kibris Tuck Kadinlar Birligi Bogazkoy Subesi, 1969 da kurulan Beyarmudu Turk Kadinlar Birligi ni (Muruvvet Atalay - Bahire Uzman inan (1988).
Riemschneider, Die akkadischen und hethitischen Omentexte aus Bogazkoy [Dresden, 2004], xlviii) that the collections of haruspicy oracles found at Hattusa (CTH 548-56) arrived there via Hurrian intermediaries, as demonstrated by the extensive use in them of technical terms in the Hurrian language.