Bronze age oak coffin graves archaeology and dendro dating
To investigate the broader pattern of wool provenance, textile manufacturing and trade practices, strontium isotope and organic dye analyses were conducted on textiles from a variety of selected burial contexts.Strontium isotope analysis revealed that at least 75 per cent of the Bronze Age wool samples originated outside present-day Denmark. For photographs, the photographer’s name should similarly be given or other suitable acknowledgement of source.
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Introduction Two types of razor are found in the European Bronze Age: one with a two-edged blade, which appears in the sixteenth century BC and the other with a single-edged blade, smooth back and horse-head handle, which appears in the fifteenth century BC--but only in Scandinavia.
Both can claim to derive from earlier exemplars in the Mediterranean region. Bronzezeitliche Kupfergewinnung in den Alpen: Uberlegungen zur Organisation des Metallkreislaufs, in H.
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