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November 11, 2014 / Fantelius

Queen Puduhepa’s Daughters

This is a photoshopped speculation by M.A. Ludwig of Queen Puduhepa of the Hittite nation in what is Turkey today. She reigned on equal footing with her husband, King Hattusili III, over 3000 years ago. Her personal seal is on the first international peace treaty.

The Hittite kingdom bordered on the Egyptian kingdom just about where Syria borders on Israel/Palestine today. This was about the time when the Israelites (according to the Bible) were supposed to be killing Hittite and Egyptian subjects in their respective border areas, but neither nation mentions any of this in their extensive correspondence.

Puduhepa, who was also a priestess, was one of the most influential women in the Near East. She worked for equal rights for women, a tolerant judicial system and freedom of religion. It’s a good thing she didn’t live in these days. She’d be considered a terrorist by the Western powers, an infidel by the so-called terrorists and everyone would be trying to kill her.

Luckily, her daughters are all over the world. We’ll be hearing more and more about them as time goes by.


“Men who fear women fear life.
Unfortunately, there are quite a few of them.”
Dartwill Aquila




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