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The Turkish spelling is 'Alaca Höyük'.
All Hittite buildings had only the first few courses built from stone (this 'socle' was no higher than 1.5m), with the remaining elevation constructed from timber frames, mud bricks and earth in-fill — none of which has survived.
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(Earth Views): Turkey Alaja Huyuk Hittite temple approach showing wall carvings and sphinx door jambs SEW.jpg
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