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The middle age in the Three-Age System, the Bronze Age followed the Stone Age and preceded the Iron Age. Characterized by the use of weapons and implements made of bronze, it is the third phase in the development of material culture following the Paleolithic and Neolithic periods, and denotes the first period in which metal was used.
Stones, bones... anything they could find, basically animal skin to tie a spear for example together. they dug holes to make traps and put stiks over it to trap a momoth forexample.
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People used tools made out of many things, not just stone.
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8000 B.C. to about 4000 B.C.they found out how to farm (agriculture) and how to raise livestock for food. they also discovered metal.
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The Bronze age [3500 BCE - 1100 BCE] ended when the Iron age commenced. The obvious reason is that iron is more durable than bronze, which chips when struck with iron. The practical implications of this were that bronze armor went out of style when warriors started to use iron swords.However, this i…
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About 3000 B.C.
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In paleolithic,nomads were always on the move to search for food.In neolithic ages,people stared farming,building communities,pruducing good,and trading
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The neolithic age began when hunter-gatherers learned how to plant seeds to grow food and how to tame animals. Due to agriculture and many other discoveries, they were able to stay in one area and create civilizations. Also written communication started to be found in the Neolithic age.
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Bronze was used before Iron because it was easier to find, mine, and mold to the uses that they needed. People did not have the technology or the wherewithal to mine, use, or sustain Iron ore in the mainstream economy.The primary reason Bronze was used in toolmaking well before Iron has to do with t…
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Bronze is made by chemicals that are formed and engineered to make one.Bronze is a metal alloy consisting primarily of copper, usually with tin as the main additive.
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they are the original inhabitants of scotland.
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They switched because even though bronze is easier to manipulate, iron is more useful and much more suitable for armour and weapons. Iron can be sharpened but unlike bronze the sharpness last longer because of its greater resistance.
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Bronze preceded iron as a widely worked metal due to the fact that the metals which make bronze are easily recovered from their ores, and the resulting alloy is soft enough to be easily worked with the raw materials which were then available. Bronze is an alloy of tin and copper and is lower in the…
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Copper and tin.
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Aluminum is too reactive to be found in nature. It wasn't purified until the 1800's and then it was so hard to get pure that it was valued as a precious metal much like silver and gold. Only within the last 100 years has aluminum been able to be produced in mass at a low cost. Iron on the other han…
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The difference between the Stone and Bronze Age is that during the Stone Age, people used stone to make tools and weapons. During the Bronze Age, people used bronze to make tools and jewelry. In the Bronze Age, the first metal that people used to make tools and jewelry was copper.
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Because bronze was found before Iron and they named it "the age"
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You could go to educational programs through the church to learn how to read and write.
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The Neolithic Age or New Stone Age was a period in the developement of human tech, it was thought to have begun around 9500 BC in the Middle East but different academics believe in different dates so you might want to go with the most reliable source. It is traditionally considered the last part of …
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As the name suggests, the Bronze Age was dominated by the metal alloy bronze. People used bronze tools and bronze weapons and armor. When people started using iron weapons and armor, the bronze ones didn't hold a candle to the tougher iron. However, that's just a general definition. The real reason …
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Because the use of copper, an alloy of copper and tin, was used to greatly enhance societies that used it. They used it for armor, weapons and tools.
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Mayans, Babylonians, Romans, Greeks, Chinese
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Roman men wore an undyed woollen toga, which was off-while. Men of distinction wore the toga preatexta or the trabea. The latter had horizontal purple stripes. Originally it was worn by the kings of early Rome. Later it was worn by young equestrians during a parade of men of this rank. The equites w…
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Various metals were in use in the Bronze Age. The name given by archaeologists to the period comes from the fact that bronze was the most widely used metal, but people also used copper and tin. Gold was used for decorative items and towards the end of the Bronze Age Iron was also widespread.
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Bronze could be used to make stronger tools and weapons.
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Bronze Age people/Settlers often housed themselves within hillforts. It is a fortification on a hilltop.A hill fort is a type of earthwork used as a fortified refuge or defended settlement, located to exploit a rise in elevation for defensive advantage. They are typically European and of the Bronze …
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it is the period when people began settling in cities and using metals to create jewelry
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In general it is taken that, the iron age ends when history can be easily recorded (writing materials are available to the public, and recognized by the public) This is often called the historical age.
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ancient age, medieval age and modern age are the different ages.
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Well of course no one knows for sure but early man probally used clubs and stones as their first form of weaponary.But of course this depends what period of "early man" you are referring to, it could be the stone age or the bronze age or any age at all.Maybe you should try making your question more …
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These periods of history are known after the newly discovered/popular material - stone, bronze and iron.This is because that particular material was easily worked or easy to get to, this is why stone comes first. As the people become more intelligent and experienced they move to things like metal. B…
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(2400-1200bc)
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The Iron age.
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The ruins of Harappa, the first discovered portion of the Indus Valley civilization, was described initially by Charles Masson in 1842. The main of Indus Valley was discovered around 1872.
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Bronze can be worked at lower temperatures, it's simply an easier metal to deal with, and requires less in the way of ovens and furnaces. Answer 2: Bronze is an alloy of Copper/Arsenic or Copper/Tin. The use of pure Copper began before the Age of Bronze or Iron. This is probably because: Copper can …
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yes, meso-American European(east and west) and Asian
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they wore tunic like cotton clothes
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Gold, silver, and precious stones were mined.
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The Etruscans were not particularly known for much of anything, excerpt being an early influence on the culture of Rome. They were just one of the many cultures that inhabited pre-Roman Italy, but happened to be the people that ruled Rome for a while and then were overthrown by Rome. They left artif…
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They invented the wheel and irrigation
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The Adena got most of their clothing from their environment around them. They wore rags and animal skins. The Adena made the great serpent mound so personally I think they were very creative.
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do bronzeage have cilvilation and what are their transpotation
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Asian society introduced silk cloth, soap, ink, the collapsible umbrella, the crossbow, and the mirror. They also invented ice cream, saddles for horses, and gunpowder. These inventions occurred from 3,500 BCE to 500 BCE. Asian culture contributed many inventions that shaped modern society.
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No one really knows who were the first people to use and make bronze. But it was used in the bronze age, it was used 5000 years ago. But we still use it today.
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Yes there is a such thing as pure bronze
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because lots of cultures and lifestyles were shared
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Historians are arguing over the date of the Bronze age in China because of various factors and the knowledge of iron smelting found in Chinese literature dating back to the 6th century BC. Also causing trouble is the thought that bronze technology could have been imported from Mesopotamia, rather t…
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Bronze age smiths primarily used casting to form the basic shapes of the tools or items. A mold of the item to be created was made in clay and molten bronze poured in and allowed to cool. After a basic shape was cast and cooled, it could be ground to a more precise shape, and to give it, when approp…
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If you believe in the evolutionary view of history, first came the age of stone tools, followed by the age of bronze tools, and then the age of iron tools. On the other hand, if you take the Bible seriously as a guide to history, then such chronology becomes highly suspect, as, if anything, the bibl…
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the bronze age followed the stone age the stoapproximately 3300 BC and lasted until 1200 BC. In the Near East the stone age is followed by the copper age, or Chalcolithic. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_age_comes_after_the_stone_age#http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_age_comes_after_the_stone_age#http:…
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Perhaps yes as it is seemingly more likely today than before. Just like any science of man, there is always 'trial and error' and the site thought to be Joshua's city of Ai was destroyed circa 2400-2300 and laid abandoned in the Middle to Late Bronze age. So this site usually associated with Joshua …
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Copper is a transition metal. Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin.
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Bronze could be used to make stronger tools and weapons.
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on stone benches inside the chambers lay carved sarcophagi (stone caskets)In which the dead were laid to rest. In tombs found at tarquinia,painting with scenes of everyday life decorate the tombs and give valuable information to archaeologists
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Copper was a significant resource in the Bronze Age as. along with tin, copper is a component of bronze.
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Apparently pewter has been around for at least 3,400 years! Although it is not known exactly who first made or used this alloy, pewter artifacts dating back to 1450 BC have been found in an ancient tomb in Egypt. For more information, see Related links below.
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Yes the stone age the Neolithic stone age, then the bronze age and then iron age They happened at different time in different places. People did not stop using flint just because bronze became available or stopped using bronze when iron became available. Bronze is a very useful metal and we still u…
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The Germanic tribes which migrated to Scandinavia.
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The development of iron ended the bronze age. The bronze age was calle the bronze age because the main thing used to make tools was bronze, so when they developed iron tools the name changed
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domestic animals, fish , berries, fruit , porridge , wheat , barley and corn.
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Water was transported to the city of Rome by means of aqueducts.
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Hector begged Achilles - not to spare his life, but to treat his body with respect after killing him. Achilles then refused to return Hector's body to his father.
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The Bronze Age was an era of many great inventions. Some included better tools and weapons, but not only that. Also the wheel and writing!It's always good to brush up on the old knowledge! I know, you're welcome! xxx
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The Bronze Age. Though it is believed there was a Copper Age before the Bronze Age.
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Now this king of Egypt was a descendant from the loins of Ham, and was a partaker of the blood of the Canaanites by birth. From this descent sprang all the Egyptians, and thus the blood of the Canaanites was preserved in the land. The land of Egypt being first discovered by a woman, who was the da…
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because it was destroyed by knig kashta strong army
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In Bronze Bow? In the Bronze Bow she is Joel's sister/twin. She and Joel are good friends of Daniel; they met on the mountain where Daniel has lived for 5 years with Rosh. She is the only one other than Daniel and her grandmother that has talked to Leah (Daniel's sister) in fifteen years. She has br…
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In most cases the Bronze Age is followed by the Iron Age.The Axial Age (a subset of the Bronze Age but that involves philosophical as well as social advances) followed by the Iron Age. the silver age
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The development of agriculture and domesticated animals, same as in most cultures. Source(s): WNL
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because that was the richest make in those times and people onlytended to use them because people believed that gold was the one true love and silver dident really meeen anything well saying that it was also expensive
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americium, francium, im not sure about the last one, hope i helped!
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when was the first finding on the bronze age
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Some fumaroles with sulfur deposition around - in September 2010. The last erruption was in 1950.
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Many factors can affect the power of a given civilization. A country on the rise's citizens are united and loyal to their culture (An example is the citizens of early Rome). Other factors that can affect a civilization's rise can include a discovery of new resource in the area, an economic boom, or …
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in chi chi bunny fu fu land. it was discovered during the unicorn age
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Jewish and Christian invaders killed them because the Talmud, Torah, and The Bible tell them to.
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3 times! He was on the 4th when Athena (as Deiphobos, Hector's brother) said she would help him if he needed.
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The discovery of Bronze gave merit to the alloying of metals. Metalworkers quickly created more durable bronze versions of many previously stone, wood, ivory or copper tools. The unique properties of Bronze inspired its use in seafaring, construction, cannonry, mechanics, woodworking, mold-cast scup…
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The big two are the Rockwell and Mohs Scales.
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Malay, is part of the Austronesian family of languages. Also known as the "Malayo-Polynesian" languages. Now, Malay was not a borrowed language for it is a language that is unique to its own culture. However, anthropologists today theorize two places of origin for Austronesian speakers. Taiwan and A…
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Before people discovered how to farm, they had to follow the wild herds for food, and also when a plant food source was depleted, they needed to move on to find another.
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He was born Gaius Octavius. After his adoption by Julius Caesar, following the naming conventions for adoptees, he became Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianius. Although historians use the name Octavian (Octavianus in English) for the period prior to his becoming the first Roman emperor, he never used thi…
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The main difference is the fact that weapons and tools were made of stone in the Stone Age, and bronze in the Bronze Age.
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the bronze age because i said so
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Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin (usually, it can be copper & arsenic). The alloying of copper and tin creates new "phases" in the metallic structure. The copper has one main "phase" in it.It's like breaking a chocolate chip cookie (representing the bronze alloy) compared to a regular sugar …
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biology is the study of cells, atoms, molecules, and living organisms. it helps scientists to better understand the anatomy and physiology of the human body.
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