Hittite city.


  • City
  • visible
  • Location ± 0-5 m.
(see also PELAGIOS)




Surroundings (Panoramio)


Considered to be Tabigga/Tabikka. A lot of cuneiform tablets of the archive of Hittite texts were found on the site. Majority of the tablets are correspondence between the site and the Hittite king, a "Tudhaliya".

  1. Tasin Özgüc, Masat Höyük, 11, A Hittite Center Northeast of Bogazköy, ser. V. no. 38a, Türk Tarih Kurumu Yayinlari, 1982
  2.  Sedat Alp,  Maşat Höyük'te Bulunan Çivi Yazılı Hitit Tabletleri, Hethitische Keilschrifttafeln aus Maşat-Höyük (Cuneiform Tablets Found in Maşat-Höyük, (series Türk Tarih Kurumu Yayinlari, VI. vol. 34), 1991
  3. J.G. Macqueen, The Hittites: And Their Contemporaries in Asia Minor,Thames and Hudson revised and enlarged ed. 1986, pp.95-96, diff.
  4. Jak Yakar, "Excavations at Masat Hoyuk and Investigations in Its Vicinity" Journal of the American Oriental Society 100/2, pp 175–177.