By, Will and Shubhan
The Hittites originated in the Caucasus Mountains and migrated to Asia in 1900 B.C.E. and established a kingdom on the Anatolian Plateau in modern day Turkey
The Hittites kingdom fell around 1300 and 1200 B.C.E. with the arrival of the sea people who were a group of invaders with different ethnic backgrounds. But small groups of Hittites survived in cities like Carchemish. In the eight century B.C.E. when the Assyrians absorbed them all into their society
Aspects of Civilization
The old Hittite history begins with the leader Labarna who conquered Hattusas which became the capital of the Hittite kingdom in modern day Turkey. The first conquest was the town of Nesa also in modern day Turkey. Mursilis the first raided deep into Babylonia capturing Aleppo setting the the kingdoms southern boundary to Syria. In 1300 b.c.e. the hittite king Muwalallis moved the capital from Hattusas to Tarhuntasha but moved back to Hattusas after Muwalallis was no longer ruling.