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The Hittite kingdom is conventionally divided into three periods, the Old Hittite Kingdom (ca. 1500–1430 BC) and the New Hittite Kingdom (the Hittite Empire proper, ca. One of the sites is Kültepe, the name of the modern village near the ancient city of Kaneš in central eastern Anatolia.The city's name Kaneš is popularly transliterated as "Kanesh" because of the way Hittite was recorded in cuneiform.Main factors for progress are 1) the development of reliable error treatments, which allow to combine data from different sources without introducing modeling artifacts, 2) to accelerate the individual field inversion runs on large data sets, to enable multiple runs for a thorough statistical analysis, 3) to develop a verification method which adapts to the characteristics of the data set used for inversion.The German archaeomagnetic data set was supplemented with 35 new directions from German sites mainly dating from the past 3000 yr.

The geomagnetic field changes on frequencies of 10s of microseconds (radio waves) to millions and perhaps billions of years.Only few of these early data sets include also inclination.Indirect evidence of local field intensity or direction can be obtained from magnetic minerals within archeological artifacts or natural archives of known age and location, provided they have acquired a magnetization aligned with, and proportional to the geomagnetic field during production or use.A previous inverse field model for the Matuyama/Brunhes geomagnetic reversal approached these problems by 1) limiting the input data to few high-quality records, 2) testing the inversion scheme using artificial data sets from geodynamo models, and 3) verifying the resulting model against independent data sets, not used for the inversion, 4) calculating many different inversions, based on modified data sets, to obtain a bootstrap statistics.Here, we propose several new methods to adopt these strategies to other data sources.