SIR - While I agree that the Mold Cape is of international significance to our understanding of cultural expression and power relations in early Bronze Age Europe, I cannot see the argument for having it on permanent display in Wales (Letters, March 5).
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BA stands for Bronze Age
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Travel Business Review-October 12, 2012--Cross Rail Discovers Bronze Age Relics(C)2012] ENPublishing - http://www.
Byline: SEAN BRADBURY A METAL detector enthusiast unearthed a rare Bronze Age axe head blade.
WOODEN boats, spears, swords and clothing have been unearthed at one of the most significant Bronze Age sites ever found in Britain.
The topics include the paradox of early voyaging in the Mediterranean and the slowness of the Neolithic transition between Cyprus and Italy, maritime politics and consuming bodies in the early Cyclades, funerary customs and maritime activity in Early Bronze Age Crete, neopalatial seascapes in context, Aegean imports in Late Bronze Age non-mortuary contexts in Cyprus, and overseas migrations at the end of the Late Bronze Age in the Aegean and the eastern Mediterranean.
AN archaeologist has raised concerns about the site of a Bronze Age village in Barry.
London, Nov 01 (ANI): A collection of Bronze Age axe heads, spear tips and other 3,000-year-old metal objects has been unearthed in Essex.
Remains of clay jars similar to those found in Ugarit belonging to the middle Bronze Age were found at the southern part of the site.