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Rekonstruktion av bronsålderskjol

Bronsålderskjolen har varit klar ett tag…

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The Egtved Girl's grave

The Egtved Girl's grave

The Egtved Girl's grave

Bronze Age Fashion - The "Egtved Girl" Showed Remarkably Modern Taste

Bronze Age Fashion - The "Egtved Girl" Showed Remarkably Modern Taste

Do you have any idea who was one of the most fashionable figures of Bronze-Age Europe? Hint: She was buried in Denmark, but could have been born in

Human sacrifices?

The Egtved Girl’s beer barkbucket from bronze age- Denmark In the Egtved Girl’s coffin a bark bucket was found.  When the contents of the bucket were analysed it became clear that it had contained a fermented drink – probably beer sweetened with honey. The drink was made from cowberries or cranberries. Wheat grains, remains of bog myrtle and large quantities of pollen (including lime pollen) were also found.

The Egtved Girl’s beer barkbucket from bronze age- Denmark In the Egtved Girl’s coffin a bark bucket was found. When the contents of the bucket were analysed it became clear that it had contained a fermented drink – probably beer sweetened with honey. The drink was made from cowberries or cranberries. Wheat grains, remains of bog myrtle and large quantities of pollen (including lime pollen) were also found.

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Norsk Folkemuseum

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String Skirt 4 - Those darn loops

This is a continuation of these preceding posts: String Skirt 1 - Thinking about various accessories, the books to read String Skirt 2 - The metal bits String Skirt 3 - The size of the thing Okay, loops first. I...

If you think it's hard being a girl today, try growing up in 1370 B.C.E. New research from scientists in Denmark recently revealed more about the life of the 3400-year-old Egtved Girl—thought to be between the ages of 16 and 18 at her death—whose teeth, brain, nails, and skin were discovered in 1921 by archaeologists. The now-extensive details of the Egtved Girl's life mark the first time scientists were able to precisely track the movements of an unknown ancient person.  And as it turns…

This is what it was like to be a girl 3,400 years ago

If you think it's hard being a girl today, try growing up in 1370 B.C.E. New research from scientists in Denmark recently revealed more about the life of the 3400-year-old Egtved Girl—thought to be between the ages of 16 and 18 at her death—whose teeth, brain, nails, and skin were discovered in 1921 by archaeologists. The now-extensive details of the Egtved Girl's life mark the first time scientists were able to precisely track the movements of an unknown ancient person. And as it turns…

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The Oldest Known Melody (Hurrian Hymn no.6 - c.1400 B.C.) - YouTube

The Oldest Known Melody (Hurrian Hymn no.6 - c.1400 B.C.)

The Oldest Known Melody (Hurrian Hymn no.6 - c.1400 B.C.) - YouTube

Britain

Bronze Age inferno preserved an extraordinary view of life in the United Kingdom 3000 years ago

Newly built houses plunged into river preserving tools, textiles, pots, and more

Bronze Age, Upton Lovell Shaman

The Lost Treasure Chest

Bronze Age, Upton Lovell Shaman

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Bronze age Britons made keepsakes from parts of dead relatives, archaeologists say

Pieces of bone were turned into ornaments, and may have been placed on display

artist’s impression of how a Bell Beaker-practising individual might have looked. (IMAGE: Manuel Rojo-Guerra/Luis Pascual-Repiso)

artist’s impression of how a Bell Beaker-practising individual might have looked. (IMAGE: Manuel Rojo-Guerra/Luis Pascual-Repiso)

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Otzi

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Petr Hlaváček was one of the greatest shoe experts in the world and is best-known for his projects of making replicas of shoes worn by prehistoric men. He

The shoes of the 5,300-year-old Ice Man have been replicated & they are perfect

Petr Hlaváček was one of the greatest shoe experts in the world and is best-known for his projects of making replicas of shoes worn by prehistoric men. He

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Otzi - Ötzi the Iceman

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Scandinavia

Woven belt from Borum Eshøj, Denmak

Woven belt from Borum Eshøj, Denmak

Ealry Bronze Age (1000 BCE)  National Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark

Ealry Bronze Age (1000 BCE) National Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark

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The Oldest Known Melody (Hurrian Hymn no.6 - c.1400 B.C.) - YouTube

The Oldest Known Melody (Hurrian Hymn no.6 - c.1400 B.C.)

The Oldest Known Melody (Hurrian Hymn no.6 - c.1400 B.C.) - YouTube

Ashur (Assur) on the River Tigris, the Religious Capital of Assyria in the Middle Assyrian Period 15th-11th centuries BC – Archaeology Illustrated

Ashur (Assur) on the River Tigris, the Religious Capital of Assyria in the Middle Assyrian Period 15th-11th centuries BC

Ashur (Assur) on the River Tigris, the Religious Capital of Assyria in the Middle Assyrian Period 15th-11th centuries BC – Archaeology Illustrated

Prehistoric Baby Bottles

Bronzezeit Lüneburger Flügelhaube

Bronze Age inferno preserved an extraordinary view of life in the United Kingdom 3000 years ago

Newly built houses plunged into river preserving tools, textiles, pots, and more

Bronze Age, Upton Lovell Shaman

The Lost Treasure Chest

Bronze Age, Upton Lovell Shaman

ARTICLE

Bronze age Britons made keepsakes from parts of dead relatives, archaeologists say

Pieces of bone were turned into ornaments, and may have been placed on display

ARTICLE Prehistoric pop culture: Deciphering the DNA of the Bell Beaker Complex - Current Archaeology

Prehistoric pop culture: Deciphering the DNA of the Bell Beaker Complex - Current Archaeology

More than 4,500 years ago, a hugely popular cultural phenomenon – today known as the Bell Beaker Complex – captured the prehistoric imagination, flourishing across much of Europe. Archaeologists are still deliberating over how this Complex, first identified in the 19th century, developed so quickly and effectively. Now the largest ancient DNA study to-date has shed revolutionary new light on the question, with surprising implications for our understanding of ancient populations –…

artist’s impression of how a Bell Beaker-practising individual might have looked. (IMAGE: Manuel Rojo-Guerra/Luis Pascual-Repiso)

artist’s impression of how a Bell Beaker-practising individual might have looked. (IMAGE: Manuel Rojo-Guerra/Luis Pascual-Repiso)

Standard with two long-horned bulls | Hattian | Early Bronze Age III | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Period: Early Bronze Age III. Date: ca. 2300–2000 B.C.. Geography: Central Anatolia. Culture: Hattian. Medium: Copper alloy. Dimensions: H. 6 1/4 x W. 5 3...

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Rekonstruktion av bronsålderskjol

Bronsålderskjolen har varit klar ett tag…

Det har varit så länge som jag levt med tanken på att väva den här. Jag har flera gånger undrat varför jag sa ja till att väva den eller varför jag trodde att jag skulle kunna väva en… Det ha…

The Egtved Girl's grave

The Egtved Girl's grave

The Egtved Girl's grave

Bronze Age Fashion - The "Egtved Girl" Showed Remarkably Modern Taste

Bronze Age Fashion - The "Egtved Girl" Showed Remarkably Modern Taste

Do you have any idea who was one of the most fashionable figures of Bronze-Age Europe? Hint: She was buried in Denmark, but could have been born in

Human sacrifices?