Gold Disk from a Spool, 900–600 b.c.; Late Bronze Age  Irish  Gold   Diam. 4 1/2 in. (11.4 cm)

Disk from a Reel Date: ca. Culture: Irish Medium: Gold Dimensions: Overall: 4 x in.

Bronze Age inferno preserved an extraordinary view of life in the United Kingdom 3000 years ago. Newly built houses plunged into river preserving tools, textiles, pots, and more...

Bronze Age inferno preserved an extraordinary view of life in the United Kingdom 3000 years ago. Newly built houses plunged into river preserving tools, textiles, pots, and more.

Two European bronze swords  Late Bronze Age, circa 900 B.C. The larger leaf-shaped blade with pronounced central ridge with two grooves to either side at the tip, with two notches above the wings of the hilt-plate, the hilt pierced with four rivet-holes, terminating in a faint 'fish tail' tang, 23in (58.5cm) long; the shorter with a stepped central ridge, with a single notch above the hilt plate, the hilt pierced with three rivet holes, 18¾in (48cm) long (2)

Two European bronze swords Late Bronze Age, circa 900 B.

Museum quality reproduction of Bronze Age costume, female. Clothing based on those from Danish oak coffins. Textile, bronze and leather by Ø. Engedal. www.arkeoreplika.no, www.bronsereplika.no

Museum quality reproduction of Bronze Age costume, female. Clothing based on those from Danish oak coffins. Textile, bronze and leather by Engedal.

#Late Bronze Age from the Netherlands- 1000 BC #  I know little about this very sophisticated piece.  The design is so well thought through.

Uddelerveen bronze age torc in bronze Bronze Torc, Late Bronze Age from Berg-en-Terblijt (the Netherlands) 1000 BCE.

Map of late Neolithic & early Bronze Age cultures from c. 5,000 to 4,500 years ago with suggested associations of Y-DNA haplogroups. (Click through for more. rw)

Haplogroup Migration Map: Late Neolithic & early Bronze Age cultures in Europe from approx to yrs ago, along w/ suggested associations for Y-DNA haplogroups.

Title "The Sea People" by original pinner. Not sure if it is an accurate interpretation.

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The Sea People. A mysterious group of sea-borne warriors that ravaged the late Bronze Age Aegean.

By Middle Bronze Age (2,000 B.C.) Canaan was an Egyptian province, Canaan existed before Israel. Ancient Canaan is the well documented first place of a people, where ancient man first became "settled".. Archaeological excavations has shown evidence of human habitation in Canaan, from Paleolithic and Mesolithic times. Evidence reveals a settled community and an agricultural way of life had existed in the city of Jericho, since about 9,000 B.C.

By Middle Bronze Age B.) Canaan was an Egyptian province, Canaan existed before Israel. Ancient Canaan is the well documented first place of a people, where ancient man first became "settled". Archaeological excavations has shown evidence of hum

Bronze Age Central European spiral-style armilla (arm band) from c. 1500 BCE. From the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Bronze Age Central European spiral-style armilla (arm band) from c. From the Cleveland Museum of Art. (looks like things have not changed much:)

Horns of consecration, MINOAN, Middle Bronze Age (1900 - 1600 BC)

The double horns - Horns of Consecration - symbol of the Minoan religion - at the Ancient Minoan Site of Knossos in Crete Greece.

Giuseppe Rava's illustration of a late Bronze Age Mykenaean elite/noble warrior in full 'Dendra' style armour, circa 12th c. BCE.

Giuseppe Rava's illustration of a late Bronze Age Mycenaean elite/noble warrior in full 'Dendra' style armour, circa c. (that guys face.

Bronze Age. Depotfund fra Vejle-egnen. Fundet består bl.a. af snoede halsringe, armringe og nåle.

Sacrificial deposits in the Late Bronze Age in Denmark - Nationalmuseet (Denmark)

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Early Greeks ~ from just after the Bronze Age. This could actually be a scene from the landing of the Mycenean Greeks on the cost of Troy. Artwork by Johnny Shumate.

Mycenae  - Mycenae is an archaeological site in Greece, located about 90 kilometres (56 miles) southwest of Athens, in the north-eastern Peloponnese.  From the hill on which the palace was located, one can see across the Argolid to the Saronic Gulf.

Mycenae - Mycenae is an archaeological site in Greece, located about 90 kilometres miles) southwest of Athens, in the north-eastern Peloponnese. From the hill on which the palace was located, one can see across the Argolid to the Saronic Gulf.

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