Hugo Winckler

Hugo Winckler Hugo Winckler (4 July 1863 – 19 April 1913) was a German archaeologist and historian who uncovered the capital of the Hittite Empire (Hattusa) at Boğazkale, Turkey.

A student of the languages of the ancient Middle East, he wrote extensively on Assyrian cuneiform and the Old Testament, compiled a history of Babylonia and Assyrian that was published in 1891, and translated both the Code of Hammurabi and the Amarna letters. In 1904, he was appointed professor of Oriental languages at the University of Berlin. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1893
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1907
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1904
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1893
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1889
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1893
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1903
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1892
...Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913. Völker und Staaten des alten Orient ;...
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1903
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1903
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1902
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1892
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1909
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1905
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1892
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1907
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1906
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by Winckler, Hugo, 1863-1913.
Published 1905
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