Bronze Age

The Bronze Age is a historic period, lasting approximately from 3300 BC to 1200 BC, characterized by the use of bronze, the presence of writing in some areas, and other early features of urban civilization.

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Bronze Age family systems deciphered: Palaeogeneticists analyse a 3,800-year-old extended family

Meteorite that crashed to Earth 3,500 years ago carved into arrowhead by Bronze Age hunters

'Eye-catching' gold hair ring and Britain's oldest wooden comb found in Bronze Age burial

Hair provides first direct evidence of drug use during the Bronze Age

Recurring Summer and Winter Droughts Led to Demise of Bronze Age Indus Civilization

Bronze Age Europeans were getting high on all kinds of drugs, hair analysis study finds

Copper Production Turned Bronze Age Cypriot Village into Interregional Trade Hub

How Copper Deposits Turned a Village Into One of the Most Important Trade Hubs of the Late Bronze Age

Cyprus's copper deposits created one of the most important trade hubs in the Bronze Age

Bronze Age gold belt with 'cosmological' designs unearthed in Czech beet field

Scythian arrowheads and Bronze Age dwelling uncovered in Ukraine

'Cold sore' virus may have gained prominence thanks to Bronze Age smooching

Face of wealthy Bronze-Age Bohemian woman revealed in stunning reconstruction

Ancient Bronze Age city reemerges from Iraq river after extreme drought

Bronze Age 'grave daggers' were actually used to butcher animals

New Study Reveals Function of Bronze Age Daggers

Research finally answers what Bronze Age daggers were used for

Bones from ancient cemetery reveal surprises about Great Britain’s Bronze Age

A 6-metre-long crocodile relative lived in China during the Bronze Age

Bronze Age women altered genetic landscape of Orkney, study finds