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... bronze age technology in Scandinavia was second in Europe only to Mycenae i Greece, but also that contact was particularly strong between Scandinavia and the eastern Mediterranean areas and with Greece, in particular, in addition to India, Africa, Egypt, Phoenicia, and Italy. http://arno.daastol.com/history/NordicBronzeAge.html

... bronze age technology in Scandinavia was second in Europe only to Mycenae i Greece, but also that contact was particularly strong between Scandinavia and the eastern Mediterranean areas and with Greece, in particular, in addition to India, Africa, Egypt, Phoenicia, and Italy. http://arno.daastol.com/history/NordicBronzeAge.html

Archaeologists compare Neolithic Kent site to Stonehenge, find Bronze Age funerary monument

Henge Discovered in England - SITTINGBOURNE, ENGLAND—Archaeologists excavating an area slated for development in North Kent have uncovered a Neolithic henge, reports the Canterbury Times.

Surveying an Early Bronze age boat from Co. Galway, Ireland. Fashioned out of oak, it measures 12m in length.

Over 4000 years old, the Lurgan canoe was discovered in 1901 in a Co. Galway bog that had once been a shallow lake. It is carved from a giant oak trunk and

Forensic reconstruction of a Bronze Age girl from North Holland who was aged 16 to 17 when she died some time around 900 BCE. Clothing by Marije de Mol and model by Van Gogh Modelmaking

Forensic reconstruction of a Bronze Age girl from North Holland who was aged 16 to 17 when she died some time around 900 BCE. Clothing by Marije de Mol and model by Van Gogh Modelmaking

Five Ancient Musical Instruments from Ireland | Irish Archaeology

Ancient Irish Instruments: Bronze Age horns: Two Late Bronze Age Horns from Co.

”Freyia Völundarhúsins” is the Old Norse translation of my username Lady of the Labyrinth. The labyrinth was introduced as a symbol and as a sacred site in Scandinavia during the Bronze Ages, possibly influenced by the Minoan culture. http://freya.theladyofthelabyrinth.com/

”Freyia Völundarhúsins” is the Old Norse translation of my username Lady of the Labyrinth. The labyrinth was introduced as a symbol and as a sacred site in Scandinavia during the Bronze Ages, possibly influenced by the Minoan culture. http://freya.theladyofthelabyrinth.com/

The Mathay Treasure  Part of a massive treasure consisting of 1,400 pieces of Celtic jewelry (glass, amber, bronze and gold), dating from the late Bronze Age, discovered at Mathay (Franche-Comté), in eastern France

( We are around 1000 BC, on the lands of Mathay, a commune in the department of Doubs (in Franche-Comté region). A tremendous little archae p. ) Bronze age teasure from Mathay (Doub -France) : princess reconstruction

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