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Bronze Age

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Iberia

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Bronze age Jet necklace from Scotland
This magnificent necklace made of jet and cannel coal was found in a Bronze Age burial cairn in Kintyre in 1970. It is extremely valuable today, and would have been equally valuable and rare when it was worn by a Bronze Age leader c 2000BC. It is thought to have been a family heirloom and eventually buried with an important person where it was broken and scattered around the body. This is in the Museum at Campbeltown

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Beaker culture

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3,500-Year-Old Stone Carving Discovery May Change Art History as We Know It

Crete

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The Bronze Age Egtved Girl and her Combs by Libor Balák
Rekonstruktion av bronsålderskjol
The Egtved Girl's grave

Egtved girl

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Europe

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Britain

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Letter from Ireland: Mystery of the Fulacht Fiadh - Quinn and Moore added malted barley to water that had been heated in their fulacht fiadh by stones fired on a nearby hearth

Ireland

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A silver diadem discovered in a Spanish Bronze-Age tomb, perched atop the head of a female skeleton. The tomb is at the site of La Almoloya, which was a power center for the El Argar civilization of this era.
Murcia, Spain. A selection of the grave goods. (credit: J.A. Soldevilla, courtesy of the Arqueoecologia Social Mediterrània Research Group, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona /Antiquity Publications Ltd)
Early Mycaenean warrior, armed with Naumahon Xisto (?) - boarding pike (Ιλ. Ο. 388 - 389, 676 - 78). Reconstruction by Hellenicarmors, of a Mycaenean armor and weapons.

Mediterranean

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

Mesopotamian

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Anthropomorphic stone stelae or statue menhirs, located in Yamna secondary graves. Yamna Culture. Late Copper Age - Early Bronze Age. 36th-23rd centuries BC. Kerch Historical and Archaeological Museum. Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Ukraine.

Near East

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What Ötzi was wearing, 3300 BCE, found in 1991 in a glacier of the Otztal Alps, near the border between Austria and Italy.
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Otzi

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Woven belt from Borum Eshøj, Denmak

Scandinavia

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A Sumerian reed house under construction. Young reed saplings were planted in the square outline of a house. When the reeds had grown to full height, they were bundled together and bent over the middle to form the roof, as shown. This kind of house is still built in Iraq today. Note the supervisor on the right.  Artist: Richard Hook.

Sumer

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stone stele from Kernosivky. Yamna culture. Yamnaya culture (traditionally known as the Pit Grave culture or Ochre Grave culture) was a late Copper Age to early Bronze Age culture of region of the Pontic steppe, 3300–2600 BCE. The Yamna culture is identified with the late Proto-Indo-Europeans, and the region is the strongest candidate for  the homeland of the PIE language.

Ukraine

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BRONZE AGE EUROPEAN URNFIELD CERAMIC CUP FROM THE LUSATIAN CULTURE *URN2
Fig 4b. Overall view of the reconstructed clothing of a high-ranking Lusatian Urnfield Culture woman. Photograph by D. Martinová, Model E. Horníková.

Urnfield

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Ancient
Anthropology, Prehistoric, Anthropologie
Researchers unearth prehistoric golden ritual bowl with sun motif dating from 1000 BC
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Golden Treasure, Greek And Roman Mythology, The Cult
Wire Bracelet, Bracelet Making, Kunsthistorisches Museum
The Nebra Disc Saxony Anhalt, Star Map, Stone Age, Anglo Saxon