The Hurrian Culture (Kingdom Of Mitanni)
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The Hurri or Hurrian Culture (Kingdom Of Mitanni)

The area is Khanigalbat in loose geographical terms (SEE Excerpt 23)

By about 2400 BC the Hurrians had expanded southward from the highlands of Anatolia. They infiltrated and occupied a broad arc of fertile farmland stretching from the Khabur River Valley to the foothills of the Zagros Mountains. The Hurrians established themselves as rulers of small kingdoms in northern Mesopotamia and Syria. They have been identified at ancient Nuzi and Urkesh and other sites .....

Selected Excerpts on the Hurrians (Mitanni)

Egypt, Canaan, and Israel in Ancient Times
Donald B. Redford - Prince University 1992
Library of Congress # DT 82.5 P19 R43

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East
Eric Meyers (Editor) [ASOR] LC # DS 56 O9 1997

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