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Byline: The Register-Guard Underwater Archaeology Talk - Underwater archaeologist Nicolle Hirschfeld will give a free illustrated talk on "Living Low on the High Seas of the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean" at 6 p.
It is richly illustrated with good color photographs, diagrams, maps, and drawings, and divided into chapters: the prehistoric landscape, the Stone Age, the Copper Age, the Bronze Age, death and religion in the Bronze Age, warfare and society in the late Bronze Age, and the Celtic and Roman Iron Ages.
A further case is seen in the shift from sedentary agriculturalists to nomadic-pastoralism in Late Bronze Age Mongolia, associated both with the appearance of stone monuments and possible climatic change (Allard & Erdenebaatar 2005).
C, during the late Bronze Age in Greece and the Greek archipelago.
Introduction The aim of the present article is to give an overview of antler working and antler artefacts in the Late Bronze Age fortified settlements on the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea.
The miniscule chip is believed to have been part of the royal archives and indicates the importance of Jerusalem as a major city in the late Bronze Age, the Hebrew University said in a statement.
During this season, the mission renovated a part of Bill Temple at Eimar archeological site, dating back to the Late Bronze Age, in addition to conducting an archeological survey at the site of Hamam on al-Assad Bond banks, said Director of Excavation Branch at Aleppo Antiquities Department Yusuf Kanju.
According to David Strachan, PKHT manager, "We'll use replica Late Bronze Age axes, much smaller than their modern day counterparts, and the finished vessel will be around 10m long.