The first woman in history to have a seal of her own was Queen Puduhepa. In the administrative, legal and diplomatic activities of the Queen, King III. He is the partner of Hattusili. Puduhepa is not well liked by the rulers of the palace. Because she has recorded the precious metals and items stolen from the palace, so she has prevented theft. She served as the head of the court committee established to prevent bribes taken from the public.
The great Hittite King III, who signed the Treaty of Kadesh. The seal of Puduhepa, Queen of Hattusili, is included in the treaty. The presence of the seal of the queen with her husband on the tablet, in which the terms of the treaty are determined, is a document in terms of equality between men and women.
Puduhepa collected all the written tablets related to the Hurrian religion and culture in his hometown of Kizzuwatna and created an archive that has survived to the present day. A library was established with the tablets collected in Hattusa.
It was not only with Puduhepa, the queen who was seen side by side with the king, that the equality of men and women was given importance in the Hittite society; Tablets bring to light that citizens are equal in terms of marriage, divorce, property and penal provisions. Women play an active role in all areas of economic and social life.
The Anatolian Woman, the heir of the Hittite lands, also kept her traditions and customs alive by following the footsteps of her ancestors. However, it took time for women to fully regain the rights they had obtained centuries ago in the same lands in Anatolia. The fact that they have human rights as women in the full sense was ensured by the adoption of the Civil Code under the leadership of the Great Leader Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.