Turkey: Ancient Cultures of Eastern Anatolia - paulsmit
'Cult chamber in Hattusha.'

	Hittite hieroglyphs, chiselled into the wall of a cult chamber, make clear that it must have been a kind of symbolic entrance to the underworld. The chamber was built around 1200 BC by king Supiluliuma in the Hittite capital Hattusha, situated near the village of Bogazköy (north of Yozgat). Photo Mick Palarczyk.