The cuneform tablet I show is not the actual one of the Hittite treaty, but an example tablet that I photographed myself and so owned the rights to the shot.
I'm a bit annoyed that I have to interrupt the piece-to-camera with the remark about Wlios's having a water-tunnel, but I think that it was necessary for clarity.
You may notice that the sound changes tone a couple of times. This is a result of my partially-successful attempts to filter out the wind noises.
Camera assistant: Jenny Eish.
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