Sunday, 3 April 2022

Hittite bracelet uncovered

A man plowing his farm in Turkey’s central Çorum province discovered an extremely rare 3,300-year-old ancient bracelet from the Hittite era. The farmer, who lives in the Çitli village of Mecitözü district, found the bracelet and brought the ancient treasure to the Çorum Museum. The bracelet is made out of bronze, nickel, silver and gold and is adorned with depictions of Hittite symbols, including imagery of the Itar/Auka and his servants Ninatta and Kulitta.