Hittite Drinking vessel. Near Eastern, Anatolian, Hittite, Hittite New Kingdom, reign of Tudhaliya III, 14th century BC. This ceremonial drinking vessel is shaped in the form of a human fist with a procession of musicians in relief along the cuff. Currently located at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
Storm God Haddad Hittite Storm God has taken the name of Haddad in Aleppo. This basalt relief of Haddad was excavated in Babylon at the Palace museum of Nabuchadnezzar II in 1899. It was probably taken there from Aleppo as a war booty. Relief dates to 9th Century BCE and it is currently in Istanbul Archeology Museum.
13th. C BCE Anatolia bronze, gold, and silver, 2". Hittite texts list offerings to deities during local festivals, which include small statuettes. In the open-air sanctuary at Yazilikaya, near Bogazkoy in central Anatolia images of the Hittite pantheon were carved in the rock walls. One with upraised wings, wearing a cap, kilt, and belt, and with arms bent as if holding a weapon. is according to an inscription the god Pirinki/ar, a deity associated with the winged divinity Ishtar.