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The Kingdom of the Hittites$
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Trevor Bryce

Print publication date: 2005

Print ISBN-13: 9780199281329

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199281329.001.0001

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Hatti and the World of International Diplomacy: The Reign of Hattusili III (c.1267–1237)

Hatti and the World of International Diplomacy: The Reign of Hattusili III (c.1267–1237)

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(p.266) 11 Hatti and the World of International Diplomacy: The Reign of Hattusili III (c.1267–1237)
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The Kingdom of the Hittites
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TREVOR BRYCE

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199281329.003.11

Although he was a vigorous military campaigner before he occupied the throne as king of the Hittites, Hattusili emphasized diplomacy and conciliation during his own reign. Hattusili sought to ensure the security of his kingdom's subject territories by establishing formal diplomatic relations with foreign kings whose territories bordered his own. This chapter discusses the reign of Hattusili III as king of the Hittites, Hatti's international relations, treaty drawn up between Hattusili's son and successor Tudhaliya IV and a man called Kurunta, Hattusili's decision to designate Tudhaliya as his successor to the throne, Hattusili's treaty with Assyria and Egypt, relations between Hatti and Egypt following the treaty, the role of Hattusili's wife Puduhepa in Hatti's international affairs, Hattusili's military campaigns in Anatolia, and Hattusili's legacy as ruler of the Hittite kingdom.

Keywords:   Hattusili III, Hittites, Hatti, Egypt, Assyria, Anatolia, diplomacy, international relations, military campaigns, Kurunta

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