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SWORDS, ARMOR, AND FIGURINES Some Aspects of Hittite metallurgy. It capital. Conclusions. The development of metallurgy in Anatolia was an exceedingly complex process. http://oi.uchicago.edu/OI/PROJ/GOL/BA_95/BA_95.html
Extractions: (This article originally appeared in Biblical Archaeologist 58:2 (1995), and is made available electronically with the permission of the editor. This electronic version corrects two erroneous site references on page 103 as well as correcting site labelling errors with the map of Turkey in the print version PETER NEVE is to be congratulated for contributing vastly to the archaeological knowledge of the Hittite empire. This article in his honor collects observations on the nature of metal industries in Anatolia, with special reference to the Hittites. Along with this, I make some suggestions for sourcing the ores which were exploited from the Chalcolithic period to the Late Bronze Age in the south-central Taurus mountains. This provides some insights into the resource strategies of the Hittite and earlier cultures by illuminating a highland industry which is often missing in the archaeological record. Of particular interest is the nature and impact of metal manufacture on the producers of metals when urban demands from imperial centers such as Hattusa increased. The attempt to control access to needed highland resources was the strategic rationale for a number of third and second millennium legends involving the military intervention of various lowland armies. The magnitude of that intrusion has been largely unknown since the archaeological history of the highland industrialists has been understood only recently.
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Metallurgy -- Encyclopædia Britannica Encyclopædia Britannica, metallurgy Encyclopædia Britannica Article. metallurgy customarily refers to commercial as opposed to laboratory methods. http://www.britannica.com/eb/article?eu=119869&tocid=0&query=metallurgy
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Extractions: SOUTH ASIAN HISTORY Pages from the history of the Indian sub-continent Technological discoveries and applications in India The earliest evidence of technological progress in the Indian subcontinent is to be found in the remains of the Harappan civilization (4000-3000 BC). Archaeological remains point to the existence of well-planned urban centres that boasted of private and public dwellings laid out in orderly fashion along with roads and drainage systems complementing them. The drainage systems were particularly remarkable for the times since they were built underground and were constructed in a manner to allow for regular cleaning. Smaller drains from private homes connected to the larger public drains. Larger private dwellings were invariably multi-storied and all homes were constructed from standardized fired bricks and provided for separate cooking areas and toilets. Storage facilities for grain and goods for trade were built as were public baths and other buildings intended for various public functions. Urban centres were often planned near riverine or sea-ports. Accurate weights and measures were in use and ports such as Lothal were developed as export centres of early manufactured products from smelted copper and bronze. Kilns for smelting copper ingots and casting tools were in existence as were metal tools such as curved or circular saws, pierced needles and most significantly, bronze drills with twisted grooves. The drill enabled the production of items with unparalleled precision for the times and could be regarded as an ancient precursor of the modern machine tool.
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