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Treasure hunter locates a Bronze Age settlement using GOOGLE EARTH - Daily Mail

Treasure hunter locates a Bronze Age settlement using GOOGLE EARTH - Daily Mail | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
A former Royal Marine from Plymstock, Devon trawelled satellite images to find the sort of terrain that would have offered food, water and shelter to prehistoric men.
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Nicolas and Guéret on Amorican Arrowheads

Nicolas and Guéret on Amorican Arrowheads | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
These are among the finest stone arrowheads ever made in Europe.
Beginning with the incipient Beaker barb-and-tang in Brittany (with a floor of around 2150 B.C.), the Amoricans develop into incredibly fine, wafer-thin arrowheads.
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Scandinavian warriors showed signs of vanity

Scandinavian warriors showed signs of vanity | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
Scandinavian men who lived 3,000 years ago were buried with bronze straight-edged razors, tweezers and tools that could have been used for manicures.
Many men were buried with shaving kits in the early Bronze Age.
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Bronze Age palace discovered in southern Spain

Bronze Age palace discovered in southern Spain | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
New archaeological discoveries indicate that La Almoloya was an important centre within the political territory of El Argar, and sheds new light on one of the first urban societies of Western Europe.
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Crowd-sourcing Britain’s Bronze Age

Crowd-sourcing Britain’s Bronze Age | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
A new joint project by the British Museum and the UCL Institute of Archaeology is seeking online contributions from members of the public to enhance a major British Bronze Age archive and artefact collection.

Via International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works
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L aile cavalière du Mont Castel

L aile cavalière du Mont Castel | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
Une caserne vient d’être découverte sur une portion du Mur de l’Atlantique. Les soldats qu’elle hébergeait étaient au service de l’armée… romaine.
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Stonehenge surrounded by mysterious buried monuments - life - 10 September 2014 - New Scientist

Stonehenge surrounded by mysterious buried monuments - life - 10 September 2014 - New Scientist | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
The landscape around the famous stone circle conceals 17 ritual monuments, a house of the dead and what appears to be a ceremonial path
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Belladrum Excavation, 31st August – 7th September 2014

Belladrum Excavation, 31st August – 7th September 2014 | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
by Roland Spencer-Jones (NOSAS) The Belladrum drama has a Prologue and two Acts, three main protagonists, and a horde (sic) of extras. The Prologue: Enter first Joe Gibbs, landowner at Belladrum an...
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Stonehenge: children revealed to be the metal workers of prehistoric Britain

Stonehenge: children revealed to be the metal workers of prehistoric Britain | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
Research suggests children wrecked their eyesight embellishing weapons and jewellery with minute scraps of gold
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Stonehenge's most intricate archaeological finds were probably made by children - The Independent

Stonehenge's most intricate archaeological finds were probably made by children - The Independent | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
The Independent Stonehenge's most intricate archaeological finds were probably made by children The Independent “The implication is that there would almost certainly have been a small section of the Bronze Age artisan class who, often as a result...
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Multiple Grave Found in Highlands (1,700 B.C.) Another Beakerstein?

Multiple Grave Found in Highlands (1,700 B.C.) Another Beakerstein? | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
Bronze Age Burial in the Scottish Highlands - Archaeology Magazine
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Fifteen previously unknown monuments discovered underground in Stonehenge landscape

Fifteen previously unknown monuments discovered underground in Stonehenge landscape | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
A groundbreaking new survey of Stonehenge and its surrounds has revealed fifteen previously unknown Neolithic monuments underground, according to a new report released by the Smithsonian Institute.
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The Lurgan Canoe, an Early Bronze Age boat from Galway

The Lurgan Canoe, an Early Bronze Age boat from Galway | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
Over 4000 years old, the Lurgan canoe was discovered in 1901 by Patrick Coen as he worked in a Co. Galway bog that had once been a shallow lake. It is carved from a giant oak trunk and measures over 14 m (45ft) long by 1 m wide.
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New digital map reveals stunning hidden archaeology of Stonehenge

New digital map reveals stunning hidden archaeology of Stonehenge | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
A host of previously unknown archaeological monuments have been discovered around Stonehenge as part of an unprecedented digital mapping project that will transform our knowledge of this iconic landscape – including remarkable new findings on the...
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Rare Bronze Age knife discovered in Denmark

Rare Bronze Age knife discovered in Denmark | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
A flint-bladed knife with a wooden handle has been found in an archaeological dig in Rødby in southern Zealand. It is the first such knife ever found in Denmark and it is at least 3,000 years old.
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In search of archaeological wonders - The Guardian

In search of archaeological wonders - The Guardian | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
Country diary: Birchen Edge, Derbyshire: The moorland and birch scrub is smothered in archaeological wonders – cairns, field systems, tumuli
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Stonehenge: digital mapping reveals the true picture - E&T magazine

Stonehenge: digital mapping reveals the true picture - E&T magazine | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
E&T magazine Stonehenge: digital mapping reveals the true picture E&T magazine New research conducted by archaeologists and scientists from Birmingham University and the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual...
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VM_365 Day 81 The first recorded discovery of a Bronze Age hoard in Thanet | Journal

VM_365 Day 81 The first recorded discovery of a Bronze Age hoard in Thanet | Journal | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
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The enigmatic fulacht fiadh or burnt mound | Irish Archaeology

The enigmatic fulacht fiadh or burnt mound | Irish Archaeology | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
Burnt mounds or fulacht fiadh are a type of archaeological site whose defining characteristic is large quantities of heat shattered stone.
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Bronze Age Europe - the first Industrial revolution

Bronze Age Europe - the first Industrial revolution | Bronze Age | Scoop.it
The first evidence of long distance travel during the Bronze Age by an individual - probably from Southern Sweden - into the territory of the Únětice culture of Silesia
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