In the 2nd millennium BC, the Hittite Empire dominated Anatolia, fascinated the Levant, and thwarted the plans of mighty ancient Egypt. When it fell, the neo-Hittite and Aramaic kingdoms had a lasting influence on modern Turkey and Syria. The Louvre Museum offers to discover the myths and remains of a forgotten civilization. Dozens of monumental statuettes and bas-reliefs adorning the palace of King Kapara, miraculously burned in Berlin during the Second World War, are now restored and displayed. A titanic work that testifies to the need to preserve heritage in the field of conflict.
Place of the exhibition: Pyramide du Louvre
Dates: from 02 May 2019 to 12 August 2019
Times: from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Pyramide du Louvre, 75001 Paris, FrancúzskoPrice