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On the north-west, one group of Bronze Age sites is located alongside the western course of the Wadi Bahla, at a distance of approximately two kilometres.
Bronze Age research in the eastern Baltic was actually initiated with the very first archaeological settlement excavations at Asva and Iru in Estonia and Klangukalns in Latvia in the 1930s.
A LATE Bronze Age hoard of copper and bronze artefacts found on farm land in West Wales has been declared treasure.
Likewise, Bronze Age sweat houses were really an early example of today's sauna baths.
A HOARD of Bronze Age artefacts discovered on farmland by metal detectorists in the Vale of Glamorgan was yesterday declared treasure.
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London, October 9 ( ANI ): A detailed laser-scan survey of Stonehenge has discovered 72 previously unknown Early Bronze Age carvings chipped into five of the giant stones, suggesting that the monument was possibly a substantial prehistoric art gallery.
A GARDENER has unearthed part of a 2,000-year-old piece of a tool - believed to be a Bronze Age sickle - on his allotment.